SM Entertainment's Behind Stories about Casting

By Staff Writer | October 08, 2012 04:06 PM EDT

Behind Stories About Casting of SM Entertainment
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The casting stories of SM Entertainment artists is sparking a lot of interest by internet users.

An online community board posted an article with the title, 'The Behind stories of SM casting'.

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The post stated that TVXQ Changmin was offered to debut as a singer while he was playing badminton. Many other casting stories were included as well.

The rookie group EXO-K member Sehun was said to have run away from SM's casting manager for 30 minutes while he was enjoying snacks at an outdoor snack stand.

Super Junior's Kangin was said to have been casted while he was hanging out with friends at an amusement park.

Girls' Generation's youngest member Seohyun was given a business card by a recruiter of SM Entertainment on the subway.

Internet users commented, "It seems physical appearance is crucial", "SM's casting stories are hilarious" and "It's Interesting to see that Seohyun was casted on the subway."

Tagged :  SM Entertainment, TVXQ, Changmin, EXO-K, Sehun, Super Junior, Kangin, Girls Generation, Seohyun

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