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Jang Seo-hee, "Watching my 'best friend' so happy, I want to get married"

2011/10/31 | Permalink | Source

Actress Jang Seo-hee revealed that Lee Young-ae's marriage also encouraged her.

She appeared in the MBC TV program "Nollowa" for the 'Those Stars Who Go Past the Great Wall' Special with singer Lee Jung-hyun, Super Junior Eun-hyeok and Dong-hae and others.

Jang Seo-hee said, "My best friend Lee Young-ae is pretty but she's become prettier after getting married and that makes me think about marriage a lot". She envied Lee Young-ae for getting married and living happily ever after with her husband and twins.

Jang Seo-hee said, "Lee Young-ae said she will help me meet someone as nice and my ideal type is someone who looks like Yoo Jae-suk".

She also mentioned, "'Temptation of Wife' was such a big hit in Mongolia. Some even made their names, Min So-hee like the drama and I even had tea time with the prime minister".

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