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SNSD Sooyoung Jokes about ‘Adult’ Sites

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2012.07.19 17:14 Mwave Ko Hong Ju Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Yoon Do Hyun and Girls’ Generation’s (SNSD) Sooyoung have been hitting it off as an MC pair.

The two currently host SBS’ One Night of TV Entertainment, and although it hasn’t been long since they took up the MC spots, they’ve been performing splendidly with their MC wit.

Their polished adlibs especially shone on the July 18 broadcast of the show.

SNSD Sooyoung Jokes about ‘Adult’ Sites

The show had just covered the controversy surrounding the ‘Go So Young snacks’.

One snack advertised itself as the snack Go So Young had enjoyed when she was pregnant, but it was soon revealed that this was untrue.

The section pointed out that some industries were issuing false advertisements using stars’ names without their permission.

Yoon Do Hyun and Sooyoung also tried to talk about the seriousness of the issue as celebrities themselves when the camera turned back to them.

Sooyoung first said, “I believe female celebrities will fear the illegal use of their names after malicious comments,” to which Yoon Do Hyun added, “If you look at porn sites, sometimes they use real female celebrity names, and that’s a big problem.”

Sooyoung, however, decided to lighten up the air by picking on Yoon Do Hyun’s last comment. She asked, “How do you know so well?”

Yoon Do Hyun was taken aback for a brief moment, but then he said, “Since I’m an adult. It’s because I’m an adult.”

Yoon Do Hyun wrapped up the discussion by saying, “Anyway, it becomes a bigger problem because it happens in the anonymous cyber world, and they need to legislate laws on the issue.”

Photo credit: SBS

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