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Song Hye-kyo looks like a mysterious doll in recent fashion pictorial

2016/05/22 | 7407 views | Permalink | Source

Song Hye-kyo's intense transformation for a fashion pictorial is drawing attention.

On May 21, Song Hye-kyo posted a couple of images of herself from her pictorial for a fashion magazine.

The images seemed to be for the cover page of a magazine. She shows off her strong presence in the artistic intense images. In the black and white photo, Song Hye-kyo in a tulle skirt shows off her mysterious look alike a doll, who managed to stay clean in a ruin. In another photo, Song Hye-kyo with the dark makeup put on the enthralling look on her face, of which image looks like a masterpiece by Andy Warhol.

Song Hye-kyo's popularity soared in Korea and abroad especially in Chinese community for her role in the recently finished KBS 2TV's smash hit drama 'Descendants of the Sun' co-starring Song Joong-ki.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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