Song Hye Kyo makes a return to Instagram after months of silence following her breakup with Song Joong Ki.
By Anna Kim
The Korean celeb, Song Hye Kyo, posted a series of photos taken at a shoot for a Korean shoe brand, Suecomma Bonnie, breaking a multiple month-long Instagram hiatus. The actress looks stunning in a simple outfit as she shows off various shoes. Her beauty was mesmerizing, as not one photo had the same pose, providing that she’s the queen of photoshoots. In each of the photos, she wore smoky eye-makeup that made her look fiercer than ever-a unique change from her signature natural makeup style!
She seems to be recovering from her split from Song Joong Ki, going by Instagram pictures she had posted on Oct. 5th. The Descendants of the Sun couple announced their divorce in June, with Hye Kyo citing a “difference in personality" as the reason. The divorce was finalized in July, following an 18-month marriage when they tied the knot in October 2017.
The past is the past. The Korean sweetheart has beaten her wings again. Song Hye Kyo uploaded 10 pictures on her Instagram that showed her parading on Suecomma Bonnie shoes and has since garnered nearly one million reactions. Sporting a long hairdo that has earned her over 960,000 likes as of press time, Song tagged the brand and fashion photographer Mok Jung Wok’s Instagram pages in her caption. It was on August 18, 2019 when Suecomma Bonnie launched her as the muse for their 2019 Fall/Winter collection.
Her job has been hectic with her numerous endorsement deals despite all the gossip that continues to surround her private life. However, Song tried to remain unbothered by her doing what she does best-working hard and being too successful for haters. As a part of it, she reportedly registered for a short-term art course in New York and attended New York Fashion Week last September, where she showed off her everlasting beauty. Except for fashion engagements, Song has stated that she would not be taking on other jobs and plans to relax.
Song also continued to make charitable donations in honor of Hangul Day. Song Hye Kyo and Seo Kyung Duk, the professor of Sungshin Womens’ University, have teamed up to help spread knowledge of Korean history.
To celebrate Hangul Day, they donated 10,000 copies of a Korean guidebook to Utoro Village in Japan. Song promised to do her best to contribute all of the Korean guidebooks to the historical sites of the Korean independence movement to spread across the world even if it takes time. Coordinated by Prof. Seo and sponsored by K-Drama queen Song, this project will be continued in the future.
Song looks stunning in a simple outfit as she shows off various shoes.
she wears smoky eye-makeup that makes her look fiercer than ever-a unique change from her signature natural makeup style.
she reportedly registered for a short-term art course in New York.