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[Twitter Roundup] SUJU’s Choi Siwon Lives in the Moment, SNSD Takes Selfies and More

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2014.03.18 20:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

A few under-the-radar stars popped back into the SNS world to update fans, while star selfies made their rounds, per usual.

Read about it all in today’s Twitter Roundup.

ZE:A and Real Man member Hyung Sik tweeted a photo on March 17 to show off his latest army swag, writing “I went to Lee Sora sunbaenim’s ‘Gayo Plaza’ and received dog tags as a gift! She said she had two and thought I’d like it, so she took one off and gave it to me. I will treasure it! I’m posting this because so many people were curious.”

100% shared a photo of member Chan Yong with MC Kong Seo Young on its official Twitter on March 17, writing “Thank you Kong Seo Youngnim, who helped us wrap today’s showcase successfully. Chan Yong took a photo as the representative after it ended. What do you think? Beauty and the Beast?”

Heo Kyung Hwan tweeted a photo with Shinhwa’s Lee Min Woo, both who took home the top prize on SBS’ Challenge 1,000 Songs, on March 17, writing “The shinhwa of the gold key.”

Super Junior’s Choi Siwon posted a photo of himself behind the camera on Weibo on March 17, writing “If only I could be in this moment.”

SNSD’s Seohyun posted a selfie on March 18 before taking off for bed, writing “Sweet dreams everyone~ go to sleep. See you in my dreams.”

Sooyoung posted a selfie on March 17, writing “Should I cut my bangs or not? What girls think about their entire lives. Hehe.”

Roy Kim update fans with an Instagram post on March 18, writing “Beauty” with a photo of himself and his guitar.

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