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Lee Kwang-soo's photo shoot: chic vs. fun

2014/07/09 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Kwang-soo showed two different sides.

He had a photo shoot with the fashion magazine GRAZIA.

Lee Kwang-soo is dressed in black and white with his clothes well-fitting to his slender body line. He made an exclamation point with a bow tie on a white shirt and a matching black jacket, creating a modern fashion style. In another picture, he is wearing a rolled-up shirt with a black vest, presenting a clean and neat style.

He completed the photo shoot with charismatic gestures and poses. He didn't forget to monitor himself whenever he could and also didn't fail to smile and be a gentlemen to those around him.

Netizens say, "He's so attractive, where does it end?", "He has such long arms and legs", "I can't wait to see him in his new movie" and more.

Meanwhile, Lee Kwang-soo's new movie "Confession" is coming in October.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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