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[Weekend Update] GOT7′s Jackson, SNSD′s Seohyun, Lee Min Ho and More Top the Week′s Headlines

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2014.12.21 10:00 CJ E&M enewsWorld

Feeling a bit out of the K-Entertainment news loop lately? Catch up on what you missed as we recap the week′s Top 5 articles, based on reader views!


5. [Poll] SISTAR Named Best Dressed Female at ′2014 MAMA′ Red Carpet


Stars glittered the red carpet at the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), but SISTAR shined the brightest according to our readers who voted the girl group best dressed females in our poll.

Photo credit: CJ E&M






4. Lee Min Ho Smiled the Brightest When Filming with AOA′s Seolhyun


Even top stars have a soft spot for girl groups, as actor and star of upcoming film Gangnam 1970 recently admitted he couldn′t wipe the smile off of his face while filming with AOA′s Seolhyun.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min








3. GOT7′s Jackson Says JYP Trainees Must Memorize Park Jin Young′s 41 Dances to Debut


We all know becoming an idol isn′t easy, but if you want a shot at becoming a part of JYP Nation, we suggest you get to stepping on learning Park Jin Young′s 41 dances.






2. [Poll] Which Idol Do You Want to be Your First Kiss of 2015?


We kicked off our First Kiss of 2015 poll with an enthusiastic response from our readers, who seem to be just like us and can′t help but squeal at the thought of puckering up to some hot idols.

There′s still time to vote, and remember only the Top 4 will advance to the next and final round!










1. SNSD′s Seohyun to Fill in Eugene′s Spot in S.E.S for ′Infinity Challenge′


Finally, S.E.S is mixing it up with some SNSD sweetness, as Infinity Challenge confirmed Seohyun will be stepping in for Eugene on the show′s throwback K-Pop special. Fairies unite!

Photo credit: SMTOWN Facebook












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