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KARA's Skin Care Method is Pork Skin?

By Staff Writer | September 13, 2012 05:03 PM EDT

KARA's Skin Care Method is Pork Skin?

KARA had a live chat time with SNS service me2day on Tuesday with their fans. KARA's member each participated in the chat for 10 minutes, total 50 minutes to communicate with the fans.

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KARA answered to the questions with all honesty. Goo Hara especially showed humorous answer by saying that she uses half a container of moisture cream to answer the question, 'how do you take care of your skin.' Nicole said, "I use egg to massage and put honey on where my skin breaks out," giving the realistic answer. Han Seungyeon said, "I eat pork skin for my skin care" and added on "I ate bacon to smooth out my voice for recording."

This live chat got over seven thousand applicants in just six days. KARA members led the event with a friendly atmosphere and showed appreciation to their fans at the end of the session.

KARA is having activities with their fifth mini album Pandora and the live chatting session can be reviewed on me2day.

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