The latest issue of High Cut magazine (Vol. 134) with Yoon Eun Hye is now available digitally on the High Cut app.
The editor said the following incredibly complementary words about Yoon Eun Hye in Vol. 134 of the magazine:
"There are three things you don’t need to do on the set of a photo shoot with Yoon Eunhye, but you certainly do with others. First, you don’t need to kibitz as an editor. Unlike the fashion photos that usually show the whole body of the subject, the beauty photos focus on the images from limited angles. So, they all will be very apt to look similar while even veteran stars, really good at posing like a professional model when being photographed, are often hazy about the theme and can’t get the feel of it. You naturally tend to keep kibitzing and become more demanding. But, this is not the case for Yoon Eunhye. Editor’s directions can be merely unwanted comments to this multi-talented actress, who knows to act out different emotions just with her finger knuckles and lip wrinkles. Second, you don’t need to utter any exclamations. In general, the crew repeatedly says, “Oh, beautiful!” on the set for a photo shoot with female celebrities. It’s because they are truly beautiful for sure, but the primary goal is to boost their spirits and add more excitement so that they can concentrate on the photo shoot. However, that is unnecessary with Yoon Eunhye. All you can hear on the set is the clicking sound of the camera shutter. As she is already immersed in being photographed, any interjections would be nothing but useless fillers to her. Third, you don’t need to worry about the end product. After full and frank discussion with the crew, Yoon Eunhye understands the concept 100% before getting down to work, and besides, she even comes up with better interpretations. There is no need to worry that she might suddenly refuse to pose on the scene and it would badly affect the outcome of the photo shoot. This is <HIGH CUT>’s sixth rendezvous with Yoon Eunhye. Seeing her seductive red lips will tell you why she is called the goddess of photo shoot.”