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Yoon Eun Hye - Harper’s Bazaar Magazine June Issue ‘13

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beautiful!! =D Awesome actress, one of my fav's and she gets prettier everytime I see her!!
Love her as an actress always thought she was pretty but ....... Wow this pic makes her looking even more outstanding TO BEAUTIFUL FOR WORDS
she is so hot
@divalycious me too, i just loove her acting:)
she's one of my fav actresses :)
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