Actress Goo Hye-sun recently updated her profile picture.
On Nov 11th, the agency IOK Company recently released a new profile picture of Goo Hye-sun on its official SNS. In the photo, Goo Hye-sun stole the attention with her chic charm, intense eyes and soft smile. Goo Hye-sun in the 1st photo was wearing a black-toned turtleneck. She caught the eyes of viewers immediately with her distinct features, deeper eyes, and mysterious atmosphere, showing her charismatic yet strange charm.
In the other photo, Goo Hye-sun boasted a more vibrant beauty by adding innocence, loveliness, and freshness by wearing a white-toned costume which contrasts with the previous black tone. In particular, Goo Hye-sun proudly showed off her colorful charm with her undecorated natural beauty and the sentimental, mysterious atmosphere through her big eyes staring at the camera in the close-up shot.
Through this new profile update, Goo Hye-sun showed off her unrivaled beauty backed up by a unique atmosphere in each photo, drawing curiosity about her next move as an actress. Meanwhile, Goo Hye-sun recently signed an exclusive contract with IOK Company, which currently managing Lee Sung-jae, Yoo Jung-ho, and Kim Hae-in, and is currently preparing for her next activity.
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The news was announced by the agency on November 8 KST, who went on to describe her as “an actress with high potential who has made her mark on the public with her various sides in each of the works she appears in.”
IOK Company vowed that they would “serve as a reliable companion” for the actress as she continues to grow her craft.
“[We] would like to thank the fans for their love and interest in Goo Hye Sun. As our actress, we will take care of her so that she can reach the public in a better way, and we will give her full support and assistance. We ask for a lot of interest and anticipation for actress Goo Hye Sun’s future activities,” they concluded.
Meanwhile, Goo Hye Sun debuted in 2004 through MBC‘s popular sitcom ‘Nonstop 5,’ later becoming a top Hallyu star thanks to her roles in dramas like ‘Hearts of Nineteen,’ ‘Boys Over Flowers,’ and ‘Blood.’