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Park Shin-hye smiles lovely flower-smile

2015/12/10 | 986 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Shin-hye showed off her lovely flower-smile. Park Shin-hye posted a photo of herself taken on the set of her movie, "My Annoying Brother" on her personal Instagram. She wanted to share her feeling as the movie finished filming.

Her lovely appearance commands attention. Park Shin-hye smiles between the large cake and a big flower bouquet. Her glowing beauty has captured our attention.

She also expressed her appreciation to the production team, "I'd like to thank the director, Jeong-seok oppa, Kyeong-soo, and all the staff members for taking care of me well on the filming set"

Also, she did not forget to thank her fans for sending the food truck, coffee catering service to the filming set.

Park Shin-hye plays Soo-hyeon, a coach for the judo athlete Doo-yeong (Do Kyung-soo) in the movie, "My Annoying Brother". The movie is slated to be released next year.

Source : www.dispatch.co.kr/43...

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