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Shin Hyun-joon reveals Kim Jung-eun's embarrassing picture

2012/09/10 Source

Actor Shin Hyun-joon revealed Kim Jung-eun's embarrassing picture.

He posted on his Twitter on the 10th, "I'm sorry Jeong-eun but I posted this picture because you really didn't seem to like it. I'm sorry". The picture he posted is of her in mid-air suspended on wires.

Kim Jung-eun is wearing a skirt and blouse but hanging in mid-air with a look of surprise on her face.

He added another picture saying, "I'm sorry Jeong-eun but there's one more".

This time, Jeong-eun looks like she's flying over the road. Shin Hyun-joon looks disappointed that he couldn't catch her.

He posted another picture of them wearing hospital robes saying, "Jeong-eun and Hyeon-joon are a pretty couple".

Kim Jung-eun is pouting her lips with her eyes closed and Shin Hyun-joon is looking straight at the camera.

Meanwhile, "Ooh La La Couple" will be aired for the first time on the 8th of October.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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