Jewelry’s Yewon confesses to having plastic surgery on the final episode of ‘Invincible Youth 2′
On the final episode of KBS 2TV‘s ‘Invincible Youth 2‘, which was aired on November 17th, Jewelry‘s Yewon confessed to having plastic surgery, drawing a lot of attention.
During the broadcast, while preparing a celebration to show their appreciation toward the villagers, Yewon honestly revealed, “Not long ago, my laminated tooth fell out. I couldn’t go to the dentist because the next day was ‘Invincible Youth’ filming. If I had coughed once, my tooth would’ve fallen out.”, bringing laughter on set.
Upon hearing her words, MC Boom curiously asked, “Didn’t you do something else besides laminate treatment?” to which Yewon immediately said, “No“.
However, Boom kept saying, “the doctor is watching”. In response, Yewon confessed, “A little bit in a few places…”
Source+Picture: Newsen via Nate
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