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Actress Lee Yeon-hee, her alluring pictorial

2015/01/22 | Permalink | Source

She revealed her charm as femme fatale.

Lee Yeon-hee had a pictorial photo shoot with magazine, Harper's Bazar. Lee Yeon-hee stars as a mysterious geisha, Hisako in the film, 'Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island', which will be released this February.

The pictorial is adorned with the cold and sexy allures, which tells about her powerful character in the film, 'Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island'

Lee Yeon-hee participated in the photo shoot with the mindset she acts a character. They said she impressed all the staff on the set with her charismatic presence and concentration during the photo shoot.

During the interview following the photo shoot, Lee Yeon-hee shared her enthusiasm about her character in the film. She said, "It's a character of a powerful image. She appears wherever Kim Min and Seo-pil go to and interfere with their investigation as well as provide them with support. You get to think 'What? Who's this girl?', I wanted something like that. If you say 'sexy', it's only one dimensional. So I tried hard but it wasn't easy. I tried to ooze such vibe instead of directly expressing 'sexy'.

More images and details of interview of Lee Yeon-hee, who perfectly transformed from first love ('A Millionaire's First Love') to femme fatale, can be seen in the February issue of Harper's Bazar.

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