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"Romance Town" Sung Yu-ri becomes luxury girl

2011/05/25 | Permalink | Source

Yoo-ri has transformed from a housemaid to a luxury girl.

On the episode of KBS 2TV "Romance Town" Soon-geum (Sung Yu-ri) goes to the shopping mall on Trohy's (Yang Jung-ah) errands.

Coincidentally received free eye make up at a VVIP event. She then bought expensive branded clothes and transformed into someone totally different.

Gun-woo goes to the same mall looking for a granny and runs into Soon-geum but doesn't recognize her. He mistakes her for someone else and asks her out on a date.

Even the members of the group she works as a housemaid with doesn't recognize her. They look at her in curiosity but doesn't recognize her.

Meanwhile, Soon-geum provokingly asks Gun-woo "How do I look?" and he hesitated but asked her name. She then answered, "I am Yoon Si-ah" and pretended to be someone else, suggesting the two will end up in a whole new situation.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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