K-pop Face-Off: 4minute HyunA vs. Brown Eyed Girls Gain
By Staff Writer | July 31, 2013 12:18 AM EDT
Did I just open a forbidden can of worms? 4Minute's Hyuna and Brown Eyed Girls' Gain have one thing in common: they have sex appeal oozing from their pores. When I think about sex pots in K-pop, these two pop up in my head immediately. Over the years both ladies have proven to be the stars in their groups and continue to show the world how they bring sexy back time and time again. But who is the ultimate sexy lady? Let's round these two out in today's K-pop face-off!
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HyunA, HyunA, HyunA. She's 4Minute's most popular member and one of the hottest singers in the K-pop scene. Known for her sexy figure, scandalously delicious dance moves, and seductive winks, HyunA is undoubtedly trying to win the title of sexiest K-pop female performer. Her first solo debut, "Change" was a huge hit with audiences but had a 19+ rating due to her provocative pelvis thrusts, outfits, and dance moves. Fast forward to her "Bubble Pop" days, and HyunA still proved to be a sex goddess to reckon with when she danced her way in a wife beater and short booty shorts. Her fame skyrocketed to new heights when she became the hot female lead in Psy's worldwide hit, "Gangnam Style."
Brown Eyed Girls's Ga-In is someone I like to call fearless. She's not afraid to cross boundaries and showed us just that in the group's hit music video and song, "Abracadabra." The controversial video features Ga-In engaging in some rough movements with a male actor, floor humping inappropriate dance moves, stripping of shirts, and an almost kiss with fellow member Narsha. She also starred as Psy's female lead in his follow-up hit to "Gangnam Style," "Gentleman," which featured the singer acting sexy and goofy alongside the superstar talent.
Who is your choice for sexiest pop singer?
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