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Song Seung-heon ideal type world cup, Kim Tae-hee defeats Yoona

2011/03/17 Source

Actor Song Seung-heon chose Kim Tae-hee as his one and only ideal type out of 8 female stars.

In the SBS TV program "TV News at Night", Yoon Sang-hyun, Song Seung-heon and Song Joon-ki were at an advertisement set. When they were asked about their ideal types, Song Seung-heon said, "Appearance doesn't matter, I like kind women".

Soon followed a world cup for 8 female stars. In the first round he chose Song Ji-hyo instead of Yoo In-na, Kim Tae-hee instead of Ha Ji-won, Kim Sa-rang instead of Shin Min-ah, and Yoona out of Goo Ha-ra.

In the preliminaries, he chose Yoona instead of Song Ji-hyo, Kim Tae-hee instead of Kim Sa-rang. Then finally in the final round he chose Kim Tae-hee whom he worked with in the drama "My Princess", as his final ideal type of woman.

Meanwhile, Song Joong-ki chose a sexy woman like actress Hong Eun-hee or Miranda Kerr as his ideal type.

Picture + Capture from SBS "TV News At Night"

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