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T-ara′s Eun Jung Talks About Her Relationship with the Members and Her Ideal Type

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2015.11.03 14:23 Mwave Lee Ji Young

T-ara is currently focusing its efforts on global activities, successfully carrying out promotions in China and being cast in a movie in Thailand.

Eun Jung, who is receiving a lot of love in Japan, China and Thailand, shot a spread with bnt.

T-ara′s Eun Jung Talks About Her Relationship with the Members and Her Ideal Type

Eun Jung plays up her sexiness, matching fishnet stockings with short shorts in one shot. In another cut, she displays her chic and sophisticated femininity in a trench coat.

Eun Jung revealed in the accompanying interview that she′s staying busy with her recent casting in a Thai film and the group′s promotions in China. She said the Thai film is a big challenge for her as a native Korean, as the lines are mostly in Thai and English, and expressed her resolve to work hard for the fans who gifter her with Thai books.

Of her members, whom she has spent the last seven years of her life with, Eun Jung said they′re like sisters who know each other so well even if they don′t say a word and that even if they′re apart for a long time, it feels like they saw each other just yesterday.

Eun Jung, who recently attracted attention as Min Kyung Hoon′s ideal type, said it has already been four years since that became an issue and said hello to him through the interview. When asked about her ideal type, Eun Jung said someone who is faithful and well-mannered, saying personality is more important than looks for her.

She also shared her difficulties, saying that because she′s so busy, she′s learning Chinese through video lessons and that she also felt apologetic when she was dating.

Photo credit: bnt

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