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Gong Yoo es un hombre muy masculino para la revista “L’ Officiel Hommes”

El actor Gong Yoo a decorado recientemente la portada de la revista de moda masculina ” L’ Officiel Hommes ” para el nuevo año que viene. El tema de esta sesión es el que expresa la emoción del actor por el estreno de su primera película de acción ”The Suspect ” desde su debut de hace 13 años . Gong Yoo explicó su experiencia diciendo ” No es como que el personaje sea increíble. El personaje puede ser muy real en un país donde el norte y el sur se mantienen en un ambiente tan conflictivo ” . El actor agregó: ” De ahora en adelante , voy a hacer mi mejor esfuerzo posible para vivir como un actor comprometido antes de esperar algo de la audiencia. ” La sesión fue tomada por el fotógrafo Hong Jang Hyun y mientras que el actor ha estado muy cansado por su apretada agenda para promover su película , el personal de la sesión ha dicho que el actor era bastante ponía el ambiente durante toda la sesión . Uno de los empleados también comentó: ” Gong Yoo sin duda se ha convertido en un hombre mucho más sexy, podrán verlo en las fotos de la sesión”
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The KPop Diet Issue
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Korean Movie Club: Silenced
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