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[Spoiler] Kim Tae-hee, pretty short cut... energy fight with Park Ye-jin

2011/01/25 | Permalink | Source

Kim Tae-hee cut her hair short.

Kim Tae-hee changes her appearance with a short cut on the 7th episode of MBC drama "My Princess" on the 26th.

It's not that she cut off her long hair. In the drama she is just wearing a wig quite similar to the hairstyle of Park Ye-jin.

Lee Seol (Kim Tae-hee) becomes chairman of the imperial family foundation and changes her hairstyle because of Yoon-joo's (Park Ye-jin) insistence, who has officially become the bad guy.

However, Kim Tae-hee stands to fight with Yoon-joo. She looks at the wig that looks like Yoon-joo's hair and turns a sour face saying, "I'm not doing costume-play as you".

While Kim Tae-hee had been showing off a natural wave hairstyle, she claimed it was fun to try on a short cut wig. She also claims she had no trouble putting on a wig thanks to her head size(?).

The productions stated, "Kim Tae-hee has tried short hair, long hair, straight hair and wave hair on set since her debut but never short cut hair before".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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