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Shin Eun-kyung's latest, "She's younger!"

2011/10/30 | 906 views |  | Permalink | Source

Shin Eun-kyung's picture 5 months after adjustment surgery has been revealed.

The main director of the dental clinic where she got her adjustment done revealed a picture taken with her for an advertisement. In the picture, Shin Eun-kyung is standing alongside him, smiling brightly. It's obvious how the surgery has softened her image a bit.

The dental clinic says, "Although she was a top actress, she thought it would help her in her acting so she decided to get adjusting surgery. The result was good so we have been getting many calls. We have signed Shin Eun-kyung as our model".

People on and off line are calling her surgery a 'success'. The decision can be dangerous but her usual strong impression has become one level softer and has given her a wider area to act in. Some also say, "It's too bad her usual image is gone", "She's just become someone who we see everyday" and more.

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