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[Photos] A look into Shin Min-ah's past, how can you not love her?

2017/01/23 | 1795 views | Permalink | Source

Shin Min-ah is back with a new look.

She's starring in the new tvN drama "Tomorrow With You" with Lee Je-hoon as his wife Song Ma-rin.

She last starred in the KBS 2TV drama "Oh My, Venus" with So Ji-sub last year and this time she's back as Lee Je-hoon's wife.

Shin Min-ah debuted in 1998 through a fashion magazine and continued to star in "Volcano High", "Beautiful Days" and more. She started acting with her real name Yang Min-ah but her named overlapped with Yang Mi-ra who started acting about the same time as her so she changed into Shin Min-ah.

She then starred in "A Love to Kill", "My Girlfriend is a Gumiho", "Arang and the Magistrate", "Bitter Sweet Life", "Sad Movie" and more.

She was also called the Chinese actress Seo Gi look alike. She was a jean brand model and proved that her bodyline was outstanding.

She met Kim Woo-bin in 2015 through a commercial ad and they have been together for 3 years. We took a look at Shin Min-ah and her past.

Shin Min-ah when she first came out...as Yang Min-ah

She looks like the Chinese actress Seo Gi

She turned into a boxer in the movie "HIT"...she looks good in braids too

Shin Min-ah = dimples, her trademark

She's the original 'bagel girl' with a baby face and glamorous body

Shin Min-ah in jeans, no wonder Kim Woo-bin fell for her

Just acting! Woo-bin is the best for this one

We look forward to Shin Min-ah in "Tomorrow With You"

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