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[Photos] Nam Gyu-ri's long legs

2015/07/07 Source

Nam Gyu-ri exposed her fair skin.

The "Swan" actress Nam Gyu-ri was featured on the fashion magazine Beauty+ July issue. The theme was summer vacation and the background was based in a blue lake in a resort in Gapyeong.

These pictures were taken a day before she left to Brunei for "Law of The Jungle". Despite her tight schedule and heat, she didn't mind and drew all attention on her. Her fair skin and young looks made her innocence stand out.

In the following interview, she spoke about her tips to staying young and healthy. She said, "I eat good food and I sweat it out. Drinking warm drinks in the summer helps with your blood circulation and I use vitamin ample twice a week to keep my skin in tone. I also use Asahi Berry packs at home".

She chose low-salt diet and pilates as her way of keeping fit and eats mainly Korean food with nuts and tomatoes. She does pilates three times a week and has been working out with weights recently too. She chooses squats as the best volume exercise.

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