The Standard for Idol Girl Group Leaders Revealed on "Come to Play"

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 01:29 PM EDT

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Female idol stars Hyosung from Secret, Bora from SISTAR, Park Gyuri from KARA, JeA from Brown Eyed Girls, Victoria from f(x) and Sunye from Wonder Girls are all leaders of their respective groups for a reason.

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On July 9 on MBC "Come to Play," these idol star group leaders all gathered for a revitalizing and energetic discussion about their roles.

All the leaders were asked about the topic, "The reason why I was selected as the leader." Hyosung, Park Gyuri and Victoria stated that it was their age and JeA shared that she was chosen by her fellow members. Sunye shared that she spent the most time as a trainee.

MC Yoo Jae Suk, when hearing that Sunye spent six years in training, agreed by saying, "You definitely should have the rights to if you spent that much time training." Secret's Hyosung, who was also in the same boat as Sunye, commented, " I think four years is the most critical amount of time." Sunye agreed.

Kim Nayoung from the show exclaimed, "What is there to do to prepare for six years," which caused the studio to burst into laughter.

The leaders also shared the strengths and victories of their individual teams as well as the hardships they faced in their positions. They also revealed their hidden talents, which kept the audience fully entertained. 

Tagged :  Come to Play, Hyosung, SECRET, Bora, SISTAR, Park Gyuri, KARA, JeA, Brown Eyed Girls, Victoria, Fx, Sun, Wonder Girls

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