BoA Confesses, "My Last Relationship was with a Celebrity"
By Staff Writer | August 08, 2012 09:03 AM EDT
BoA chose her debut song, "ID: Peace B" as the song she wishes she could ban.
Today, BoA appeared as a guest on KBS CoolFM radio and listed her best and worst songs since debut. She chose "Number 1" as her top song and "ID: Peace B" as her worst.
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She continued to say that "ID: Peace B" lyrics were so embarrassing. She pointed out that the "Chuka Chuka Chu" line was the worst.
She also talked honestly about her relationships and dating.
BoA commented, "I've dated from time to time when I was taking a hiatus from the music industry. We would communicate through texting or by phone call. My last relationship was about 2-3 years ago and it was with a celebrity."
When asked about her ideal man, she replied, "I always liked guys that were handsome. I still do look at their face, but their height is the most important."
BoA is currently performing her new title song, "Only One."
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