Yeo Min Jung Clarifies Wardrobe Malfunction, 'Tape Used for Muscle Pain'
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2013 11:05 AM EDT
Actress Yeo Min Jung has been the center of attention these days with her wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet.
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With all the rumors going on, Yeo Min Jung released an article on an online news site clarifying what happened on the red carpet.
She stated that this was her first red carpet walk and that she was extremely nervous yet excited. Being without an agency, she had to find her own dress and get it fitted with her own money. She stated that because this was all coming out of her own pocket, she was not able to get it fitted exactly the way she wanted.
She later states that while walking down the red carpet, she could feel the invisible strap on her dress snap. She was so nervous that she did not know that her strap had even fallen down until reporters yelled to her to pull it back up.
At the end she also stated that because of the way the dress was made, she was not able to wear her bra underneath. She used tape for muscle pain to cover up underneath her dress.
Her wardrobe malfunction crisis is still a hot issue online and many rumors and opinions about her actions are circling around.
What do you think? Was this malfunction purely an accident or an attention stunt?
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