Baek Ah Yeon Becomes Prettier 'Slightly Showing Her Voluminous Body With Her Tube Mini Dress'

By Staff Writer | September 23, 2012 04:16 AM EDT

Baek Ah Yeon Became Prettier 'Slightly Showing Her Voluminous Body With Her Tube Mini Dress'
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Singer Baek Ah Yeon appears to have became prettier. 

Baek Ah Yeon, who is from "K-Pop Star," appeared on MBC's "Show! Music Core" and sang her song called "Sad Song."

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After receiving love with her voice on the program "K-Pop Star," Baek Ah Yeon has been gaining more popularity with her mature voice after her debut. During her performance, she showed off her charms. 

On this day, Baek Ah Yeon attracted attention with her emotional song "Sad Song," and her stage costume that fit well with autumn. She wore a tube top mini dress and showed her voluminous figure. 

The top part of her mini dress was white, and the bottom half was pink. The dress fit tightly and showed her body even more. 

Baek Ah Yeon's title song called "Sad Song," placed 1st in the real-time and day-part of a music chart and had an 'all kill.' In the music video, she seems to be a female that lost her love and showed sadness. In the music video, she was seen working with model Ahn Jae Hyun.

Tagged :  Music Core, Baek Ah Yeon, K-Pop Star

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