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[Lily's Take] Im Soo-jung Enjoys Her Time in Australia

2018/01/10 | 309 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Im Soo-jung updated the fans on her daily life. Currently taking some time off from acting, Im Soo-jung is her free time to travel and experience the world. At the time of the photo, she was visiting Australia and uploaded many pictures of the Southern country on her official Instagram account.

In one of the pictures, Im Soo-jung is looking stylish at a local restaurant with a blue chambray shirt and sunglasses. On this photo, she commented, "Can you believe it? There is all vegan food here. Plus, it's all so tasty! The last two days when I was staying in Melbourne, I kept on visiting this place and thought about how much I want to live here".

At this photo, many of her fans mentioned that Im Soo-jung being in Australia reminds them of the legendary drama, "Sorry, I Love You", which made Im Soo-jung the big star she is now.

By: Lily Lee

Source : entertain.naver.com/p...

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