2NE1 Dara Proud Big Sister to MBLAQ Thunder, Reveals an Old Photo of Younger Brother
By Staff Writer | October 26, 2013 12:29 PM EDT
2NE1's Dara who is really fond of her brother Cheondung from MBLAQ, revealed a cute childhood photo of him through her twitter account.
She wrote, "Oh my god whose brother is this? Young Cheondoong was pretty since he was young ^_^".
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Cheondoong on the photo has already distinct features that are still apparent now, with his big round eyes and pretty smile. In the picture from when he was younger, Cheondoong stands almost shyly in front of camera, nearly looking like he isn't fully aware that the shot was already being taken. Even as a kid he was already tall and definitely a looker. Dara thought to share this because she wanted the world to see how proud she was of her brother, how far he has come in the industry and as a person, and what a wonderful way to do so as well. There is also a very clear resemblance between Dara and Cheondoong, and though there always really was, it is more than visible in this picture. And he also seems to be sporting some very healthy hair along with his cute, coy smile. Of course Dara noona would be proud of him, how could she not be?
Were you able to recognize young Thunder?
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