SM Trainee Seul Gi to Be the Next Taeyeon?

By Staff Writer | August 23, 2013 09:17 AM EDT

SM Trainee Seul Gi to Be the Next Taeyeon?
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Super Junior's Kyuhyun notices SM trainee Seul Gi.

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On an episode of MBC "Golden Fishery Radio Star" that aired on August 21, Kim Kyung Min, Defconn, Krystal, and Sulli featured as guests. When asked to choose the prettiest girl group member, Super Junior's Kyuhyun mentioned Miss A's Suzy and Girls Generation's Yoona. MC Kim Gura then said, "That's such an obvious and universal answer. Are you sure there isn't a trainee that you're interested in?"

To that Krystal and Sulli mentioned a trainee named Seul Gi at SM Entertainment, and Kyuhyun answered, "Seul Gi is alright," confessing a slight interest.

Shortly after the broadcast, the online community forums opened a thread titled "The 2nd Generation Taeyeon - SM Trainee." This was none other than Kang Seul Gi, who auditioned her way into SM.

In the photo, Kang Seul Gi shows off her milky immaculate skin and innocent beauty.

Upon seeing her photo, netizens said, "Even before her debut the other singers are helping her! She's too pretty," "The way to capture Kyuhyun's heart is, as expected, through beauty," "Thanks to Kyuhyun, Seul Gi became a star in just one moment," and "She's supposedly a really good singer. I want to hear her sing," among others.

Tagged :  Super Junior, Kyuhyun, SM, Seul Gi

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