This actress’s face changed so much after braces that she even thought of filing a lawsuit

Kang Hye-jung was a young but talented actress who played the role of Eun-sil’s older sister Jang Young-chae in the SBS drama “Eun Shil,” which was greatly loved in 1998.

Kang Hye-jeong
SBS’s “Eunsil”

Kang Hye-jung became a star in her early 20s after appearing in Park Chan-wook‘s movie “Oldboy” in 2003. The actress is said to have borrowed a sashimi knife from a tuna sashimi restaurant to play the role of “Mido,” who works at a sashimi restaurant.

At that time, she wore red lipstick to the audition, and director Park Chan-wook said, “I like it that your teeth came out.” (At the audition, there were directors Park Chan-wook, Kim Ji-woon, actors Choi Min-sik, and Seol Kyung-gu.)

The movie was loved by critics and the public, and Kang Hye-jung later became a highly anticipated actress with her role in the successful work “Welcome to Dongmakgol.

Kang Hye-jeong
MBC’s ‘The Knee-Drop Guru’

Kang Hye-jung was loved for her unique and charming face. She decided to put on braces under recommendations from people around her, but as she repeatedly put on and took out braces for work, her gums and teeth were damaged a lot. (She wasn’t insecure of her appearance in the first place…)

Kang Hye-jeong

In the end, Kang Hye-jung cried a lot and thought about filing a lawsuit. The dogs he had raised did not even recognize her until she spoke up.

Kang Hye-jeong
The movie “Lucid Dream”

Years later, fans were glad to see Kang Hye-jung look much similar to her old self although not 100% similar in the 2017 movie “Lucid Dream” and the drama “Jugglers.” Many fans are looking forward to her future activities

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