South Korean actress Jeon Jong-seo left Los Angeles Dodgers players starstruck as she tossed out the first pitch at an exhibition game.
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There aren’t very many MLB teams that are going to stop the Los Angeles Dodgers dead in their tracks this year. But South Korean actress Jeon Jong-seo appeared to do it all on her own.

Jeon tossed out the first pitch at an exhibition baseball game between the Dodgers and the Kiwoom Heroes on Sunday.

She is a renowned South Korean actress who gained widespread acclaim and recognition for her work in the thriller film Burning, released in 2018.

She won best actress for her performance in Burning and The Call at the Baeksang Arts Awards.

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Jeon Jong-seo Leaves Dodgers Players Starstruck

In a rather humorous incident, Jeon Jong-seo left some of the Dodgers players gawking. Several team members were seen smiling and giggling as she took to the mound to toss the first pitch.

Others were caught with their mouths agape as they stared at the beauty on the mound.

To be honest, you can hardly blame these guys. She makes that Dodgers jersey look really, really good.

Lucky for them, Jeon Jong-seo posed for pictures with some of the players before the game started.

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Dodgers Go Viral

The Dodgers dugout almost immediately went viral with their reaction to Jeon Jong-seo’s appearance throwing out the first pitch.

Jeon also threw the first pitch in a 2023 playoff game between NC Dinos and KT Wiz.

The Los Angeles Dodgers, seemingly motivated by Jeon Jong-seo’s smoking-hot first pitch, would go on to win the game against the Kiwoom Heroes, 14-3.

Freddie Freeman, who definitely took a couple of looks at the actress before the game, uncorked his bat with a 3 for 6 performance, including a home run and two runs scored.

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