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Young celebs get early admits to college for 2011

2010/11/03 | 1816 views | Permalink | Source

From top left to right: Kara member Gu Hara, actresses Ku Hye-sun and Seo Woo, 4minute member HyunA and actress Go Ah-sung and Lee Se-young

4minute's HyunA, Kara's Gu Hara, actresses Ku Hye-sun, Seo Woo, Go Ah-sung and Lee Se-young have been accepted on early admission to college for the spring semester of 2011.

According to HyunA's agency on Thursday, the girl group member will major in film under the division of art at Konkuk University's College of Art & Design next year.

An official from Seo Woo's agency confirmed yesterday that she will be joining HyunA at Konkuk University's College of Art & Design, adding that the actress has shown great interest in entering college to learn more about acting.

Gu Hara and actress Lee Se-young will become colleagues with both girls having been accepted to the department of media communication at Sungshin Women's University.

Korean actresses Ku Hye-sun and Go Ah-sung will both become freshmen at Sungkyunkwan University, majoring in film at the school of art and studying sociology at the school of social sciences, respectively.

Reporter : Choi Jun-yong yjchoi01@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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