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Survey Reveals Parents Want Their Children to Look Like Yoo Seung Ho and Suzy

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2015.11.24 17:31 Mwave Choi Shin Ae

Yoo Seung Ho and Suzy are definitely hot these days.

Actor Yoo Seung Ho and miss A′s Suzy were recently voted the number one stars parents-to-be want their children to look like.

Survey Reveals Parents Want Their Children to Look Like Yoo Seung Ho and Suzy

According to a recent survey run by a company specializing in childhood education, Yoo Seung Ho and Suzy were ranked number one for the male star and female star future parents and married individuals want their child to look like with 38.6 percent of 23.7 percent of votes, respectively.

Other stars in the male category, included Kim Soo Hyun, who ranked second with 23.7 percent of votes, Lee Jong Suk with 11.8 percent, Kim Woo Bin with 10.8 percent and Park Seo Joon with 8.9 percent and Im Si Wan with 5.9 percent of votes. The top five were all, most notably, actors.

In the female category, Kim Yoo Jung ranked second behind Suzy with 18.8 percent of votes, followed by Park Shin Hye and Park Bo Young with 17.85 percent of votes, EXID′s Hani with 12.85 percent of votes and AOA′s Seolhyun with 8.9 percent of votes. Unlike the male category, the top five females included three girl group members.

A rep from the company stated, "Selected as the male and female stars parents want their children to look like, the immense popularity of Yoo Seung Ho, who is often picked as a child star who grew up well, and the ′Nation′s First Love′ Suzy was confirmed."

Yoo Seung Ho stars in MBC Every1′s Imaginary Cat, which premieres today, as well as upcoming film Joseon Magician and SBS drama Remember. Suzy stars in film Dorihwaga, which hits theaters on November 25.

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