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Kristin Davis tubthumps acupuncture in Seoul Kristin Davis cut the ribbon at the Chaum Center, a beauty healthcare clinic in Seoul, South Korea.

So why the headlines for the “Sex and the City” actress? Turns out she’s a big supporter of alternative medicine. On the hit HBO TV series, her character Charlotte York visits an acupuncturist to treat her infertility.

Younger Korean women adore “Sex and the City” where they’ve shelled out over $8 million at the theater to see both films. The series played on local cable until last year.

“I think one of the things you miss out in America is that we try to separate the outside and inside,” said Davis to the Hollywood Reporter who’s been getting acupuncture treatment for the last 20 years to treat her back problems, “Here they combine it.”

Davis spent her free time in Seoul visiting temples and pottery shops in the old part of the city.

Her next film is “The Happiness Project” based on the tome by Gretchen Rubin about the author’s search for bliss.


Photo credit: Warner Bros.

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One Comment

  • November 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    I think Kristin Davis is 100% correct in supporting ulternative medicine especially the acupuncture, as it was and make your blood run fluently. Great staff.

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