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2NE1 Dara Park Voted As Today's #1 "Young Face" From a Plastic Surgery Clinic

By Staff Writer | June 29, 2012 03:53 PM EDT

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Sandara Lee Sanga (Photo : Sandara Lee Sanga)

TL Plastic Surgery Clinic conducted a survey from June 13th-28th with 394 females in their 20s to 40s on the topic of 'Who is the '80's and '90s original teen star 'young face' beauty' and 'Which idol would be the equivalent today.' On June 29th their results pointed to Lee Sang-Ah and 2NE1 member Sandara Park.

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For the category of original high teen 'young face' beauty, Lee Sanga(52.5%) was voted number one, then Kim Hae Su (28.4%), and finally Chae Shi Ra (12.9%). In the idol star category, Sandara Park(40.6%) was number one, then Miss A's Suzy (37.8%) in second, and finally T-ARA's Jiyeon (18). Regarding the first place winners, some participants even said that Lee Sang-Ah and Sandara look like.

Online buzz shows people's interest in Lee Sang-Ah's high time popular photos from the past. Sandara, on the other hand, is receiving attention for her radically different hairstyle in the teaser of her new album.

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