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Moon Geun-young's hand on Moon Chae-won

2012/01/02 | Permalink | Source

The way that actress Moon Geun-young's hand landed on Moon Chae-won is catching people's attention.

Moon Geun-young handed over the Best Actress Award to Moon Chae-won at the 2011 KBS Acting Awards on the 31st of December. While Moon Geun-young was about to give Moon Chae-won a warm hug, a picture of them was taken. But it makes it look like Moon Geun-young's hand hardly reached Moon Chae-won's shoulder and landed on her breast.

Moon Geun-young's super-high stiletto heels to match her dress also drew lots of attention.

Netizens say, "I've never seen Moon Geun-young's 'bad hands' before", "I am afraid of Moon Geun-young's killer heels" and more.

Meanwhile, Moon Geun-young and Moon Chae-won met as award giver and receiver, but their friendship started back on the SBS drama "Painter of the Wind" in 2010.

The two played the roles of Sin Yoon-bok and gisaeng Joeong Hyang and developed from rookie Moon Chae-won and senior Moon Geun-young to award giver and receiver in a year.

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