SNSD Taeyeon's Secret to Being Sexy Yet Sweet
By Staff Writer | July 23, 2012 05:26 PM EDT
Powerful vocals, one-of-a-kind face, and honest words: today's hot girl is Taeyeon.
A current survey on dcinside, a community portal site, has shown interesting results. The question was, 'Which female star matches the dream university girl image?' Taeyeon ranked first with a sweeping 9,020 votes out of a total of 26,436: 34.1%.
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Taeyeon was chosen as first for her singing talents, cute face, and cute actions.
Her cuteness was especially seen in a recent SBS drama in May called "Salamander Guru and the Gang." Here she won hearts of male fans through her famous, "bbooing bbooing."
Her match as the ideal university girl is also seen through her smallness, smooth smile, and overall cute image.
Nevertheless, Taeyeon does have a complex.
Taeyeon shared, "My toe is my complex. I hurt it a total of four times."
Since her debut with the cute and pure image, Taeyeon has transformed it through her first concert in Hong Kong.
In the concert she was seen in langerie fashion which was never seen on her before in Korea.
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