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[Video] Super Junior Talks About the Hottest and Ugliest Members

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2012.07.24 22:00 Mwave Erika Kim | Lee, KyungNam

Super Junior was all about the bickering and biting, dissing members on The Beatles Code 2/

The July 23 broadcast of Mnet’s The Beatles Code 2 played host to Sobangcha’s Kim Tae Hyung, Lee Sang Won and Jung Won Kwan, and Super Junior’s Shindong, Eunhyuk, Ryeowook, Yesung and Sungmin.

[Video] Super Junior Talks About the Hottest and Ugliest Members

When Yoo Sang Moo returned Shindong’s favorite question as an MC on why he thinks his group is popular, Shindong promptly answered, “Because we’re good-looking.”

Eunhyuk promptly agreed, but Ryeowook started the mischievous mood by saying, “It’s really unconvincing since you’re hearing it from these two, right?”

The members agreed that Siwon is the best-looking of them all, but Yesung seemed a bit skeptical, pointing out that Siwon can always be found at the bottom of polls that involve the Super Junior members.

Shindong used the chance to take a shot at Eunhyuk, saying he couldn’t understand that along with Eunhyuk’s explosive popularity. Yesung again refused to acknowledge Eunhyuk was popular while drawing the spotlight to himself, to which Eunhyuk countered, “Honestly, Yesung hyung was one of the least known….”

The show wasn’t all about the belitting, though, as Sungmin said about Shindong, “He’s really good looking. He has very distinct features.”

Everyone also got a glimpse of Ryeowook’s past photos, about which everyone wrapped up warmly, “He looks like he would’ve been a good student.”

Photo credit: Mnet

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