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Netizen picked SNSD as the most memorable game advertisement models over other entertainers.
Game site, ‘dcgame.in’ conducted a survey entitled, ‘Among game advertisement models, who is the most memorable entertainer?’ from August 29th to September 5th.
SNSD topped the survey, garnering 2807 votes (67.9%) from the total of 4,136 votes. In 2008, SNSD became the promotional model for MMORPG ‘Mabinogi’ where the girls received a lot of good comments on how they blended well with the game’s cute characters.
Tiffany was featured as a cute Mabinogi-like character in the music video with fantasy background based on the game itself and the music video received lots of love from fans.
Rain, who modeled for ‘Sudden Attack’, took the 2nd spot with 340 votes (8.2%) followed by IU in 4th with 168 votes (4.1%), who was recently selected as the TVCF model for ‘Horse and My Story, Alicia’.
Also listed in the survey are singer-cum-actress Jang NaRa (Fortress), actress Aoi Sora (Dragona), 2NE1 (Sudden Attack), f(x) (Freestyle Basketball), etc.
Former SM Entertainment trainee, Jang Ha Jin was recently interviewed through the phone and revealed stories aboutSNSD‘s YoonA. Jan Ha Jin had trained with SM Entertainment as a future SNSD member for three years, before deciding to quit her potential musical career in order to put her full attention on her studies. During a broadcast last year, she was asked why she quit her trainee life. Jan Ha Jin replied with, “I wanted to study so much.”
Though she’s now a KAIST student, Jang Ha Jin reflected fondly over her trainee years, especially upon her special relationship with SNSD’s YoonA.
She mused, “I thought YoonA unnie was so pretty when I first saw her. She always looked like a barbie doll. She had a darker complexion back then, but at the time she gave off a very exotic feel, which made her look even prettier.”
“I thought she was a saint. She always had a very calm and gentle nature about her, so she didn’t know how to talk bad about someone. In the three years I trained with her, I never once saw her get angry at someone else.”
Jan Ha Jin further explained, “Unnie is really good at doing gagman imitations, and she was always a mood maker because she could create a smooth atmosphere with her juniors. She had this great talent of being able to do what our training teacher told us to do really quickly.”