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Lee Bo-young's relentless beauty

2014/03/18 | 2113 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Bo-young's looks hasn't changed in the last 10 years.

She's currently playing the role of a mother named Kim Soo-hyeon who struggles to keep her daughter alive and travels two weeks back into the past. She is a Miss Korea from the year 2000 and debuted into acting with a drama in 2003. She then starred in "Hooray for Love" and "Lee Bo-young" with her current husband Ji Sung.

She then starred in the 2004 drama "The People Of Water Flower Village", "Lovely You", "Seodongyo", "Queen of the Game", "The Equator Man", "My Daughter Seo-yeong" and "I Hear Your Voice" in 2013 and now "God's Gift - 14 Days". She starred in the movies "My Brother", "A Dirty Carnival", "Once Upon a Time" and "More Than Blue" and more. Despite the fact that she has been busy since the crowning of Miss Korea, Lee Bo-young hasn't changed a bit in appearance and has only become more and more beautiful.

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