The reason Lee Ji-hye went to the ‘swimsuit press conference’ 15 years ago was because of her agency’s request.

Lee Ji-hye explained while reproducing the ‘swimsuit press conference’ 15 years ago.

Singer Lee Ji-hye revealed the end of the ‘swimsuit press conference’.

On the 7th, SBS entertainment program ‘Dongsang Imong 2-You are my destiny’, Lee Ji-hye was asked a ‘swimsuit press conference’. Lee Ji-hye volunteered for a press conference in a swimsuit when she was promoting as a solo singer in 2006.

Dong-A IlboAccording to the report, at the time, Lee Ji-hye was embarrassed by the ‘breast plastic surgery theory’ that had been floating around while changing three bikinis, and explained, “You can’t lie that you didn’t do something.

However, the public said, ‘Who raised the breast augmentation theory?’ and were shocked by Lee Ji-hye’s head-on breakthrough. It was said that Lee Ji-hye was doing ‘noise marketing’ while exposing.

In fact, Lee Ji-hye, the main character of the ‘swimsuit press conference’, is a bit unfair. The truth of this press conference, which was revealed only after 15 years, was due to the direction of the agency.

When Gura Kim asked a related question in ‘Same Bed, Dream 2’, Lee Ji-hye explained, “It could be marketing,” and explained, “I would have said that I don’t want it to be like now, but the company president said I have to do this and you asked me to prove it (I just did it)” did.

Then, Lee Ji-hye’s best friend Seo Jang-hoon said, “I was so embarrassed to see the article. ‘What is he doing?’ I wanted to,” he said.

Last year, Lee Ji-hye also covered related content on her YouTube channel ‘I don’t hate Kwanjong Unnie’.

Lee Ji-hye said, “Acknowledgement of black history”, “It was too noisy marketing” and “I was a person who only knew how to sing, so I did what I was told.”

After that incident, it is said that Lee Ji-hye broke up with her agency.

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