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Lee Yeon-hee's Body, Boa commented "Do not envy you will lose"

2010/09/22 | 2461 views | Permalink | Source

Singer BoA spoke very highly about Actor Lee Yeon-hee's Body.

Last Tuesday, Lee Yeon-hee posted her picture in New York on Twitter with saying, "It's a rainy day. I posted my picture in New York wishing you a happy Chuseok. I really enjoyed that salty popcorn. This picture was taken after my photoshoot".

In the picture, Lee Yeon-hee was wearing camel-colored trench coat, skirt, and matching yellow shoes, and was eating popcorn with coy expression on her face. It was reminding a Korean saying, 'Just take picture. It will be a poster shoot'.

Shortly after the posting, BoA left a funny comment saying, "Golden ratio! You are losing if you envy that".

Other people who watched Lee Yeon-hee's picture also added, "Everyday is a photoshoot for her", "Even world-famous star envy that body", Lee Yeon-hee's Chuseok gift to her fans.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/ci...

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