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[Spoiler] Lee Da-hae full make up when walking out of prison

2011/07/20 | 1661 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Da-hae's bridal make up is up on the chopping board again.

On the last episode of MBC TV "Miss. Ripley", Jang Mi-ri stayed in the hospital because she got hurt on her head and went to jail to pay for her crimes.

The problem with Lee Da-hae was her bridal make-up. Even when she was depending on the respirator while she was unconscious an even when she was coming out of prison, she had on her full make up.

After the broadcast many captured pictures of her were uploaded on the bulletin. Netizen's say, "How could she be fully made up when she is coming out of prison?", "Was there a need to put on make up like this?", "Is there a problem with understanding the situation here?" and more.

This is not the first time her make up issue has come up. In the 2010 drama "The Slave Hunters", she was the talk again as she was always cleanly and brightly made up despite her character as a slave.

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