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[ChanMi's movie news] Gong Hyo-jin, ugly picture brings out the true actress!

2008/08/15 | Permalink | Source

Gong Hyo-jin is a true actress.

Many actresses would like to come out pretty and fashionable all the time. They would hate to ruin their perfect image with an ugly picture. However, Gong Hyo-jin is not afraid!

Because she is an actress who imitates different people from different worlds!

Her new movie "Miss Carrot" ("Crush and Blush") has released their poster.

Kong has a red face and a frown without any makeup. She has transformed into an unattractive character.

However, despite the 'ugly picture' her fans applaud her for her acting and boldness.

Her character is a 29 year old teacher of Russian language who thinks that she is not attractive so she doesn't care of herself. Although she may be unattractive, she seeks to be loved and is unafraid to fall in love.

This movie will be released this October 16th.

Source : cynews.cyworld.com/Se...

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