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K-Pop Star′s Park Ji Min and Lee Ha Yi Reveal ‘Chocolate Cookie Song’

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2012.05.16 13:30 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

The two teenagers Park Ji Min and Lee Ha Yi filled the Strong Heart studio with laughter by revealing their Chocolate Cookie Song.

Park Ji Min and Lee Ha Yi, the winner and runner-up of SBS’ K-Pop Star, revealed a self-written song expressing the pains of going on a diet.

K-Pop Star′s Park Ji Min and Lee Ha Yi Reveal ‘Chocolate Cookie Song’

Park Ji Min, who appeared on the May 15 broadcast of SBS’ Strong Heart, said, “We were stressed out a lot because of our diets while on K-Pop Star.”

Witness Baek A Yeon then stepped forth to say, “Ji Min and [Lee] Ha Yi were stressed after seeing a chocolate cookie when they were on a diet, and they wrote a song about it.”

The Chocolate Cookie Song, revealed for the first time this day, was basically everything one would expect - a whole boatload of cute.

Lee Ha Yi sat in front of the piano with a bare face and casual clothes, drumming on the keyboard passionately, while Park Ji Min sang out her desire for chocolate cookies.

The two sang, “I found chocolate cookies in my room. Why are you made of chocolate? You think fat people are mean? We’re angels too! Don’t look down on us because we’re fat. We’ll eat Korean food, Japanese food, Chinese food and French food!”

Netizens who saw the broadcast were caught up in the charms of the two teenage girls. ‘I laughed so hard at the Chocolate Cookie Song’, ‘Park Ji Min and Lee Ha Yi were both lovely’ and ‘Kids are prettiest when they’re acting like the kids they are,’ they stated.

In the same episode of Strong Heart, Baek A Yeon and Lee Michelle fought over the ‘Hip-hop cub’ Lee Seung Hoon, and Kim Na Yoon confessed in tears how she was hurt by malicious comments.

Photo credit: SBS

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