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Jamie Chung's Killer Off-Screen Style

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    There are a few ways you may know Jamie Chung. It could be that you watched her become a fan favorite on The Real World: San Diego. Maybe she caught your attention in the 2009 cult-slasher classic Sorority Row or the more recent Premium Rush. Chances are you saw her play Ed Helm's wife in The Hangover II and III. But, if you’re still not familiar with Chung, it’s only a matter of time before you start seeing her face (and hearing her name) everywhere, thanks in part to her starring role in J.J. Abrams’ new NBC series, Believe.

    At work, Chung trains hard, working in below-freezing conditions to film the sci-fi thriller, "It's so not glamorous," she promises, "It's so dirty. It's so cold." Offscreen, however, her day-to-day life is much more well-heeled. So, we caught up with the on-the-rise star to find out what she wears on weekends in lower Manhattan, and, you know, on dates with fiancé How To Make It In America star Bryan Greenberg. Of course, we also asked all about how she's made it in America, what it was like to be on camera 24/7, and wedding details (we couldn't resist). Ahead, fall in love with Jamie Chung before the rest of the country beats you to it.

    Photographed by Jens Ingvarsson.

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