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Which Star Maintains Their Beauty Image Best?

2011/03/31 | Permalink | Source

Who's the fairest of them all? Well, being that beauty requires maintenance, the better question would be, who's upkeeps themselves the best of them all?

A survey was conducted by a public servant licensing company from March 8th to the 20th, and 963 people answered this question. The man touted to be the nation's emcee, Yoo Jae-suk came in at first place for the men with 38.8% (374 votes). Hallyu star Bae Yong-joon scored 32.5% (313 votes) of the participants' favor in second. The other equally popular emcee, Kang Ho-dong ranked third with 1.6% (112 votes), actor Jang Dong-gun next with 9.9% (95 votes), and No Hong-cheol with 7.2% (69 votes).

Perhaps Yoo scored so high among his arguably better looking counterparts because people felt he'd apply just as much effort into his appearance as he does to his work.

From the female side, glamorous actress Kim Hye-soo was first with 37.1% (357 votes). Another A-list star Go Hyun-jung came in second with 24.1% (232 votes). The natural beauty Kim Tae-hee attracted 23.7% (228 votes) to trail at third, new mother Ko So-young next up with 11.4% (110 votes), and Park Joon-geum with 3.7% (36 votes).

Kim, being an actress who appeals to all demographics, was seen as the winner due to her strong charisma. The idea is that her strong presence would ensure that she's just as strong or strict about her beauty regimen.

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