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Song Hye Kyo “Flexes” Glamorous Lineup of Guests and Lavish Gifts for Her Birthday Celebration

Song Hye Kyo recently celebrated her birthday in style

Song Hye Kyo, known for her timeless beauty and grace, celebrated her 42nd birthday on November 22 in the company of her close circle of friends.

For two consecutive days, Song Hye Kyo and her group of friends shared a glimpse into the birthday party through captivating black and white photos. The snapshots showcase the warmth of the birthday party, leaving fans enchanted.

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On November 23rd, Song Hye Kyo took to her Instagram to reveal a star-studded guest list. Among the attendees were notable figures such as actress Park Sol Mi, daughter-in-law of the former vice-chairman of KIA Motors, model Shin Hyun Ji (a close friend of BLACKPINK’s Jennie), Park Hyo Joo, Choi Hee Seo, and designer Dylan Ryu. 

Song Hye Kyo also revealed all the luxurious gifts from adoring fans and prestigious brands Fendi and Chaumet that she models for.

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Song Hye Kyo posed intimately with actress Park Sol Mi. Next to Song Hye Kyo, the daughter-in-law of the former vice-chairman of KIA Motors drew attention with her gorgeous appearance at 45.
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Shin Hyun Ji also came to congratulate Song Hye Kyo’s birthday. She couldn’t hide her happiness when embraced by Song Hye Kyo
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Song Hye Kyo’s birthday party brought together faces from various fields, including Park Sol Mi, Shin Hyun Ji, Park Hyo Joo, Choi Hee Seo and Dylan Ryu.
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Choi Hee Seo (Now, We Are Breaking Up) impressed with her youthful appearance at 37 in the same frame as Song Hye Kyo.
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Park Hyo Joo (Now, We Are Breaking Up) is one of the closest artists to Song Hye Kyo in the entertainment industry. 
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Song Hye Kyo expressed gratitude to fans for sending her many meaningful gifts, including flowers, balloons, and birthday cakes.

Source: K14

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