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"Bride of May" Park Jin-hee in a wedding dress

2014/05/08 | Permalink | Source

Park Jin-hee had a photo shoot with The Third Mind photographer Kim Bo-ha. She turned into an innocent bride wearing several dresses and bouquets which brought out her eyes and smile.

Park Jin-hee wore Lee Myeong-soon wedding dresses and displayed various concepts.

Jenny House make-up artist Kim Hyeon-sook said, "Everyone was drawn at how her face grew brighter and brighter with every dress and it was nice to see how they took care of each other so well.

Park Jin-hee's hair designer Koo Mi-jeong said, "I emphasized romance using a flowery wreath. Small streaks of hair falls down on her forehead and neck in a low bun hair, making her seem much lovelier. Her wreath changed with every dress for more dramatic impact".

Park's blooming wedding make-up was done by Seong Hee.

Meanwhile, Park Jin-hee's agency announced that their wedding was going to held at the Shilla Hotel on the 11th of May with only close friends and relatives in privacy.

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