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Seoul National University students see Kim Tae-hee up close andů

2013/03/14 | Permalink | Source

"I felt my exhaustion go away seeing my juniors at school".

Actress Kim Tae-hee visited her university for the first time after she graduated. She attended the Han Hwa Group Rookie Recruitment Briefing on the 14th. Currently modeling for the Han Hwa Group, Kim Tae-hee graduated from the Department of Apparel at the Seoul National University in 2005. Students of the school lined up outside the hall long before it started to get good seats to see her. Two-hundred seats were filled and six-hundred students took up the space on the stairs and halls.

Kim Tae-hee said, "This is my first time back at school since I graduated and I am glad to see all of you". Then a student shouted out, "The doll is talking!" and aroused laughter in the hall. Kim Tae-hee made a speech for about 30 minutes including her experience while filming a Han Hwa ad. She didn't have to say much as most of the briefing was shown in video. She concluded with, "You must've had a lot to think about graduation but you are the smartest people in Korea and you will be able to fulfill your dreams".

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