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Lee Na-young had unusual 'Goddess beauty' even when she was young

2010/11/07 | 4116 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Na-young proofed her beauty by revealing her old pictures.

On the 7th, Lee Na-young posted her old pictures. In the pictures, Lee Na-young has the same face features and cute posture. Especially, her big eyes and broad forehead is same as now.

In the picture which Lee Na-young sat right beside a Christmas tree, Netizens can see her beautiful face at a glance. The date, '1989. 1. 8' is at the bottom of the picture.

On the picture which was taken when Lee Na-young was in a kindergarten, she is very recognizable even with all other kids. Among friends, only Lee Na-young is looking at front with chic facial expression on her face.

Lee Na-young commented on these pictures that she was too shy for pictures at that time.

On the other hand, Lee Na-young is acting as Jin-i in 'The Fugitive Plan B', who tries to get a secret of her family's mysterious death.

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