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Gong Seung Yeon Says She Likes Manly Men Like CN Blue′s Lee Jong Hyun

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2015.04.12 13:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

Rising starlet Gong Seung Yeon has graced the pages of Grazia.

The star of SBS’ I Heard It Through the Grapevine and issue maker on MBC’s love variety show We Got Married is seen posing in a flower garden, dressed in a beautiful chiffon gown, emanating spring vibes for a spread that is featured in the magazine’s latest issue.

Gong Seung Yeon Says She Likes Manly Men Like CN Blue′s Lee Jong Hyun

Gong Seung Yeon entered the public eye through We Got Married, but don’t pigeonhole her as a variety star. In the accompanying interview following the photo shoot, Gong Seung Yeon’s sincerity as an actress was clear.

“I handwrote a letter to the director,” said Gong Seung Yeon of how she was cast in I Heard It Through the Grapevine. “I really like director and writer Ahn Pan Seok’s work. From how I viewed his work and what I learned from watching the actors in his pieces to my interpretation of how the character Seo Nu Ri lived to her looks and personality, I analyzed everything on a piece of A4 paper. Because it was a work I really wanted to be a part of, I thought, ‘How could I relay my sincerity?’ and that’s the result of my efforts.”

The topic of We Got Married couldn’t be left out, however, as Gong Seung Yeon also talked about which partner – Super Junior-M’s Henry or current partner CN Blue’s Lee Jong Hyun - she was drawn to more on the show.

“Henry oppa is practically like my biological brother. It was like meeting a family member for the first time in a long time during We Got Married. I like manly men. In that sense, isn’t it good that I met my partner now?”

This issue of Grazia is out on newsstands now.

Photo credit: Grazia

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