A famous Hong Kong actress followed Jang Wonyoung’s “Tweety Bang” and the funny results

The appearance of a Hong Kong actress who imitates the bangs  Jang Wonyoung’s “Tweety Bang” has become a hot topic.

Recently, “Tweety Bang” is gaining popularity. This hair style, in which the fine hair on the forehead is cut short along the hairline to look like baby bangs, started to gain attention after Jang Wonyoung, a member of the girl group IVE, started to wear it. 

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The name “Tweety Bang”, which alludes to cartoon character “Tweety”, is also known to have been coined by Jang Wonyoung.

At first, there were many reactions that the bangs were awkward and strange, but the style gained popularity by showing off its charm while being lovely.


Even stars fell in love with Jang Wonyoung’s Tweety Bang. Last month, actress Kim Seong Eun imitated this iconic “Tweety Bang” style but cut it too short, creating a completely different haircut.

In the midst of this, recently, the story of a famous Hong Kong actress who tried the same hairstyle and ended up with disastrous results has become a hot topic.

On October 18th (local time), online media Goody25 introduced the “funny” story of Hong Kong actress Christy Chung, who liked Jang Wonyoung Jang and imitated Tweety Bang.

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Particularly, Christy Chung recently posted a photo on her SNS account with the caption, “My bangs are ruined. What should I do? It’s urgent.”

In the photo, the actress surprised fans with her shocking hairstyle, where the fine hair that has been cut out is unnaturally covering the forehead.

Christy Chung also compared her failed look to the Kappa in the Japanese anime “Natsume Books of Friends”, causing everyone to laugh. 

Netizens who saw the photo hilariously commented, “If you have that cut at a barber, you should sue”, “How can you endure until you grow that hair back?”, “Is it true that you copied Jang Wonyoung’s hair?”, and many more.

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Meanwhile, Christy Chung, who was born in 1970 and is 52 years old this year, was selected as Miss Chinese in 1993 and entered the entertainment industry.

Since then, she has been recognized for her acting skills by appearing in numerous works such as “Mermaid Got Married”, “The Bodyguard from Beijing”, “Love on Delivery”, “Jan Dara”, etc.

In 2001, the actress appeared in Lee Soo Young’s “Never Again” music video.

Having enjoyed great popularity for her outstanding beauty, Christy Chung is still proud of her appearance even in her 50s and is considered a role model for Hong Kong women.

Source: Insight

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