SNSD Sooyoung's Beautiful Older Sister Revealed 'Even Their Voices Are Alike'

By Staff Writer | July 26, 2012 05:00 AM EDT

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Girls' Generation (SNSD) SooYoung's real older sister and musical actress Choi Soo Jin caught much attention in 'Midnight TV Entertainment'. (Photo : sbs)

Girls' Generation(SNSD) Sooyoung's real older sister, musical actress Choi Soo Jin caught much attention through her apperance on SBS "Midnight TV Entertainment."

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On July 25 broadcast of SBS TV "Midnight TV Entertainment," vocal similarities of celebrity look-alikes were shown.

On this day, MC Sooyoung's real sister Choi Soo Jin came out to imitate Soo Young's voice exactly. The celebrities who heard Choi Soo Jin's voice were completely convinced that the voice was of SNSD Sooyoung. But the voice turned out to belong to Sooyoung's sister.

Choi Soo Jin said, "If my mom calls and I pick up Sooyoung's phone for her, she sometimes asks 'Is this Soo Young or Soo Jin?,' or she sometimes just thinks I'm Soo Young. People always say we have similar voices." The sisters not only shared similar beauty, but also similar voice. The two also showed that their looks had 72.61% similarity.

Photo Credit: SBS

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