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People Think They’ve Found Topless Pics Of Hunky South Korean Presidential Bodyguard

The news recently has been hectic, but Choi Young-jae, a bodyguard for South Korean President Moon Jae-in, has been a very welcomed distraction. Choi shot to internet fame last week after photos of him protecting the president went viral. His good looks apparently stole the show. excuse me this is the new korean president's bodyguard pic.twitter.com/aIJVhZjo28 — elena yip (@elena_yip) May 12, 2017 Now, people are giddy again after one person found photos of a shirtless model resembling Choi.
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