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The “SNL Korea” actress Clara and After School‘s Lizzy and Nana took a beautiful trio selca, which was uploaded through Clara’s Twitter. Along with the picture, Clara wrote, “So Pretty! Lizzy & Nana”
Netizens who viewed the picture commented, “They really are all pretty,” “They kind of look alike,” “Clara can be an idol as well,” “They should create their own unit together,” and “I thought Clara said she was going to quit Twitter.”
After becoming an overnight sensation as well as a sex symbol for many of her male fans, Clara did indeed announce she was going to quit all of her SNS accounts including Facebook and Twitter in September 2013 due to criticisms from the Korean fans over her allegedly false and contradicting comments she said on various TV shows
Clara Breaks Down During TV Appearance While Reading Letter To Her Mother And Famous Father, Lee Seung Kyu Of Koreana
Clara, Lee Seung Kyu, KoreanaSouth Korean actress and model Clara and her father broke down in tears on Monday on the television program "That Person At That Time."
South Korean actress and model Clara broke down in tears on Monday on the television program "That Person At That Time," when she read a letter aloud that she had written to her parents for their anniversary.
"I am really happy that as an adult, I am able to work and give my parents allowances," she said, at which point her father, Lee Seung Kyu from the group Koreana, began to cry.
"After being raised overseas, I was hugged by my father for the first time when I was 20. That is when I first realized a father's embrace is a very warm place to be."
She told Lee not to worry about the time they were apart
Actress Clara Says Controversy Over Whether She Lied In TV Interviews Made Her Afraid To Show Up On Set
ClaraThe 27-year-old South Korean actress and model Clara paid a price for providing different answers in several television talk show appearances, back in the spring.
The 27-year-old South Korean actress and model Clara paid a price for providing different answers in several television talk show appearances back in the spring.
When several online observers began pointing out the discrepancies in Clara's answers in interviews over the years, they set off a vitriolic Internet movement, saying that the actress, whose real name is Lee Seong Min, was a liar.
In the premiere episode of her new reality show "Clara's Like A Virgin" on Tuesday, she described how the accusations of lying disturbed her so deeply she was afraid to show up on set.
"The controversy continued for about three months
ClaraSouth Korean actress and model Clara, took to Facebook on Tuesday to defend herself against allegations that have been mounting for months that she has been lying in television appearances.
South Korean actress and model Clara, took to Facebook on Tuesday to defend herself against allegations that have been mounting for months that she has been lying in television appearances.
The accusation that Clara was being dishonest stems from what are perceived as contradictions in her answers by some online observers, during her many different interviews over the years.
The contradictions include telling the host of the program "God of Food Road" that she doesn't like chicken and beer and then expressing her love for the classic bar food pairing on an episode of "Cultwo Show" and claiming she didn't know how to do yoga on the show "Happy Together 3," after demonstrating yoga poses in the past on the shows "Vitamin" and "Reckless Family
Actress Clara, who has been receiving a lot of attention these days for her glamorous body and sexy outfits, was a guest on the SBS talk show “Hwashin” on August 27. There, she learned the results of a poll that asked how many people found her “sexy” concept appealing. 61% of 70,000 people said they found it appealing, while 39% said no.
Happy with result, Clara promised to wear the traditional Korean hanbok at her appearance for an entertainment news program. “I want to show people an elegant image.”
Clara was able to show this different side of herself when she uploaded a picture in which she is wearing a yellow and dark blue hanbok, looking a picture of traditional Korean beauty. Fans will be able to catch her in the hanbok through the August 31 broadcast of KBS’ “Entertainment News Relay
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Model and actress Clara revealed a picture of herself in a hanbok (Korean traditional clothing).
Today, Clara posted on her Twitter, "Have a great Friday" along with a picture.
In the picture, Clara is wearing a hanbok with her hair neatly died back. The sexy sides that she's been showing until now was gone.
Internet users who saw this commented, "Is this really Clara?," "I didn't know Clara had this side to her," "You're pretty without the sexy part too," and "I wonder why she wore a hanbok."
Photo Credit: Clara Twitter
Clara, JOAHSouth Korean actress Clara knows a thing or two about bad breakups. On this week's episode of the program "Radio Star" Clara opened up about a relationship she had with a guy she says is a top celebrity that went terribly, terribly wrong.
South Korean actress Clara knows a thing or two about bad breakups.
On this week's episode of the program "Radio Star" Clara opened up about a relationship she had with a guy she says is a top celebrity that went terribly, terribly wrong.
She said that the nightmare started when she got the sense her boyfriend was secretly following her.
"My boyfriend knew what I was doing even when I didn't tell him," Clara said.
"He didn't accept it when I tried to break up with him. I started to hide myself and avoided him
Actress/model Clara, who has been gathering a lot of attention lately because of her “glamorous” body, was a guest on tvN’s talkshow “Taxi” for the June 17 episode.
During the show, Clara disclosed, “When I was going to school in the U.S., I was picked up by SM’s casting director. I even met teacher Lee Soo Man and almost signed a contract.”
Unfortunately in the end, Clara didn’t sign with the agency. She explained that her parents opposed it, saying, “My mom wanted me to become an actress and my father (Lee Seung Kyu), who was part of Koreana found his life as a singer difficult. Because he found it hard, he didn’t want to suggest being a singer to me so I couldn’t sign the contract
It’s out! The official music video Jay Park‘s title song “JOAH” was released on his official YouTube channel.
“JOAH” means “like” in Korean and the album comes with two other songs, “Welcome” and “1Hunnit.” The catchy title song is easy on the ears and the music video is characteristically Jay Park, with the Seattle background and the break dancing spots. Keep an eye out for an adorable little boy. The music video also stars actress Clara Lee.
If you haven’t already, you can check out the “JOAH” album cover picture and watch the music video for “1Hunnit.” You can also read about what he did after he left 2PM, his ideal type, and how his first love ended from his guest appearance on the talk show “Taxi
Jay Park releases the first video teaser for his new track "JOAH," hyping fans for his return in the music scene.
On March 29th, Jay Park alerted fans of his comeback and revealed a glimpse of his new track. Korean actress Clara was featured in the short clip and was seen humming along to Jay Park's new track, a scenic city view in the background.
"JOAH," which is a word play on the Korean term "Like," will be included in Jay Park's new album on April 10th.
What do you think of the teaser?