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Kim Hye-soo reveals family trip to the Philippines... her life is a picture

2011/02/17 | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Hye-soo revealed pictures of her family trip to the Philippines on her homepage.

She uploaded massive amounts of pictures and under them were the words, "Our family is quite big and it's difficult planning a family trip together but thanks to my younger sibling we were all able to get together and have a great time. It was a family trip in a thousand years".

She spread out her photos of herself taken with and by her brother, also an actor, Kim Dong-hyun. She made funny faces with him and created pictures like a collection with just one sunglass.

Netizen's comment, "Her life is a picture", "How can this be? Is this a photo shoot and not a family trip?", "Together with her brother she is a real playful one, "Why is she so awesome?", "She's pretty but also awesome".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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