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Shin Se-kyung first in bold statement star "I don't think my body is attractive"

2011/03/03 | Permalink | Source

On the SBS TV program "TV Entertainment News at Night" on the 3rd, actress Shin Se-kyung was chosen the number one thoughtless statements.

Recently she has become the best wannabe stars through her jeans ads. She only smiled when she was asked, "How did you get such a fantastic body?"

The she frustrated women by saying, "It isn't fantastic at all. I never thought it was", and she rose to top position for thoughtless statement.

She also said about what actress Han Ji-hye said, "I don't like being skinny but I like a little more weight", "I can never give up eating and I sleep whenever I can".

Meanwhile, in celebration of the 800th episode of the program, Yoo In-na has been chosen to be the new MC and she sang EX's "Nice to Meet You". She sat in the seat of the MC with her crisp and lively self.

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