Shin Se Kyung Thinks She Was Cute in the Past
By Staff Writer | August 20, 2012 07:37 PM EDT
Shin Se Kyung's past is a subject for all fans to discuss.
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On Sunday's episode of MBC "Section TV" corner 'Rising Star' Shin Se Kyung talked honestly about herself and her past.
The episode included presentations of Shin Se Kyung's past appearances as a child in English educational videos and in Seo Taiji's music video. She reacted to the videos, saying, "What was i doing there?" Then looking at her child self, she says, "I'm really cute," making everyone around her laugh.
She was well known for her appearance in a music video for "Take Five," Seo Taiji's first solo album. She recounted the experience saying, "I don't remember details but they told me that I was at the top of their list for casting. Because I was young I didn't know what I was doing and it was just cool to see that my photo was hanging in record stores."
Internet users who encountered her photos said, "That's definitely a face that she herself would find cute." "Even her past self is flawless. Natural beauty?" "Top of the list for casting at a young age?"
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