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Park Shin-hye before and after departure, standing or sitting, still beautiful

2014/07/23 | 3044 views | Permalink | Source

Behind-the-scene cuts of Park Shin-hye before her departure for Tokyo were released.

Park Shin-hye was headed to Japan for her Asian tour in Osaka and Tokyo on the 19th and 20th.

S.A.L.T Entertainment released pictures of her on Twitter on the 24th. In the pictures, Park Shin-hye is wearing a black-striped white shirt with matching sunglasses and a handbag.

Fans love the pictures and say, "She's pretty just walking across the street", "The tour starts!", "I can't wait for the tour", "You're becoming prettier" and more.

Park Shin-hye is holding an exclusive fan meeting for the third time in Japan since 2012 and this time she's going all the way to Osaka as well.

She's then headed to China, Taiwan, Singapore and more on the 'Park Shin-hye 2014 Story of Angel Tour'.

Meanwhile, Park Shin-hye has completed filming the historical movie "The Tailors".

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