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Han Hyo-joo changes her hair style

2017/09/18 | Permalink | Source

Han Hyo-joo has gone through a massive transformation.

On the official Instagram of BH Entertainment, pictures of Han Hyo-joo with short hair were released. She now has choppy bangs and thick eye make-up.

This isn't the first time she's styled her hair short like this. She's always willing to style her hair short for her movies or dramas. Let's look at her past hairstyles.

Han Hyo-joo debuted in 2003 as Miss Bingrae. She started acting in 2004 in the MBC sitcom "Non Stop". She then took on the lead in the 2006 drama "Spring Waltz".

Han Hyo-joo has been the icon of 'innocent first love'. She cut her hair for the 2009 movie "Postman to Heaven". In "Shining Inheritance", her hair was short and wavy and it was known as 'the Han Hyo-joo perm'.

Han Hyo-joo cut her hair again for the 2013 movie "Cold Eyes". This time she had bangs.

Meanwhile, Han Hyo-joo is looking forward to the release of "Golden Slumber" which is based on a Japanese novel. It's about an ordinary man who is pointed out as an assassin.

Source : thestar.chosun.com/si...

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