IU Conceited? Picture With Sunglasses On, Compliments Herself
By Staff Writer | May 24, 2012 09:38 PM EDT
IU revealed a glimpse of her conceitedness through her pictures with sunglasses on.
Loen Entertainment revealed 3 short videos on Loen TV, sent by IU from Japan on May 23. In the 3rd episode, IU showed satisfaction at herself wearing sunglasses.
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In the revealed video, IU is wearing sunglasses with visors on top. She said, "I used to think I look really bad in sunglasses but I thought that if I keep wearing them I might look better in them,” revealing the reason she wore sunglasses. IU, after checking at first what she looks like in sunglasses, said "I look so weird. Why didn't you tell me?" getting mad.
IU said that she started wearing sunglasses because her fans were not happy with her airport fashion, in order to look more like a celebrity. After putting on sunglasses and putting a V on her chin, she asked "Do I look like a celebrity?", and after time passed, she seemed as though she started getting used to it and said "Now this looks like part of my face."
She also tried other various things to make herself look better in them, like holding up her hair. She said, "Ah this looks nice. I like it,” starting to fall in love with herself.
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