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Rain, Jun Ji-hyun Top on Fantasy Spouse List

2006/12/30 Source

A recent survey to uncover the number-one heartthrob for unmarried people shows that single men would most like to marry actress Jeon Ji-hyun and single women would sooner be hitched with singer Rain than any other man.

In the poll of 437 (217 men, 220 women) single members of the matchmaking firm Sunwoo, top on the men's wish-list were Jun Ji-hyun (13.4 percent), Kim Tae-hee (6.0 percent), Lee Hyori (5.5 percent), Song Hye-kyo (5.1 percent).

For the ladies, Rain wooed 10.5 percent of the female pool followed by Jang Dong-gun (9.5 percent), Song Il-gook (8.2 percent), Jo In-sung (7.7 percent) and Yoo Jae-suk (6.8 percent). Those who picked Rain cited his well-toned body and cute face, and for Jeon fans her great curves and pretty face secured her top ranking.

Source : www.chosun.com...

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