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Kang Ye-bin takes pictures with Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk

2013/12/09 | 3707 views | Permalink | Source

Kang Ye-bin revealed pictures with Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk.

She posted on her 'Me Today', "Jealous much? I am proud to be a model and Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk were also there as models".

She is posing with the two men in the pictures. The pictures are selfies and she is the envy of every girl looking at it.

Netizens say, "So jealous. She's got Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk", "Jealous. I love them so much", "Please step away from them a little bit. I can't stand this jealousy", "Thank you for just showing me their faces" and more.

Meanwhile, Kang Ye-bin is starring in the KBS 2TV drama "The Wang Family" and Kim Woo-bin is currently high in popularity with the movie "Friends 2" and drama "The Heirs". Lee Jong-suk finished filming "Hot Young Bloods" and is now revising other scripts.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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