f(x)'s Sulli Maintains V-Line to Keep Idol Dignity

By Staff Writer | June 17, 2012 01:56 PM EDT

f(x)'s Sulli Returned As Special MC for ‘Inkigayo’
f(x)'s Sulli Returned As Special MC for ‘Inkigayo’ (Photo : SBS)

Girl group f(x)’s Sulli made her appearance as MC of ‘Inkigayo' and showed off her V-line.

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Sulli on June 17 made a return on live broadcast of SBS ‘Inkigayo’ as special MC along with actor Lee Jong Suk and INFINITE’s Woohyun. She was a co-MC for the show until last November.

Sulli and Woohyun are to lead the program in place of KARA’s Nicole and Goo Hara who are busy with their oversea schedules in Japan. Sulli led the program skillfully with her distinctive spontaneity and cute appeal.

In the opening Lee Jong Suk asked 'what are your efforts to maintain the dignity as idols?' to which Sulli answered 'I maintain my V-line to keep the dignity of being an idol."

Viewers who watched Sulli's V-line left comments, "Sulli has a pretty V-line. This album is great," and "Idol's new standard."

Photo: SBS

Tagged :  f(x), Sulli, Inkigayo

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