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Park Si-yeon "It's uncomfortable that I am the glamourest"

2011/07/24 | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Si-yeon confessed that she was burdened by the modifier 'glamour'.

MBC TV "Section TV" revealed Park Si-yeon's photo collection site where she had turned in diva Beyonce on the 24th.

Previously, Park Si-yeon had showed up at various award ceremonies displaying her glamour. When she was asked about what she thought about the modifier, she was modest and said, "I wonder how I could become like that".

About the photo shoot she said, "I am not a professional model so I try to express with my eyes. I pretend as if I am looking at a baby when I am doing something cute and I act like I'm eating the camera alive when I'm doing something sexy".

About how her ideals change with every interview, this time she said she likes Yoon Do-hyun and that she was a big fan of him. She then chose Kim Bum-soo as the visualistic one in the TV program "I'm a Singer".

Meanwhile, other than Park Si-yeon, Yoo Seung-ho, Kwon Ri-se and Jay Park's ideals were also revealed on this day.

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