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Park Shin Hye revela que ha pensado arreglar su nariz

La actriz Park Shin Hye recientemente confesó que ha considerado pasar por el quirófano a causa de su nariz. Durante el episodio del 9 de octubre de “One Night of TV Entertainment,” fueron reveladas entrevistas con Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Sung Ryung y Kim Woo Bin, que son todos miembros del elenco del nuevo drama de SBS “The Heirs”. Park Shin Hye, que interpreta el papel de Cha Eun Sang, sorprendió a todos diciendo que ella ha pensado en hacerse una rinoplastia para corregir su nariz. Ella explicó: “Como la punta de mi nariz es ligeramente torcida, generalmente recibo comentarios de personas que dicen que me veo fea, o que la punta de mi nariz parece que se ha dividido en el medio “. Sin embargo, parece que ella ha aprendido a vivir con su complejo ya que concluyó con: “Ahora considero que mi nariz como algo único y sólo mío”.
no me parece..ella es muy hermosa
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