Choi Sooyoung is a South Korean singer and actress. She is best known for being a member of K-Pop super-group Girls’ Generation (SNSD).
Since the end of the year falls on a Wednesday, I figured it’d be as good a time as any to round out the last member of SNSD to be covered in Waifu Wednesday. Sooyoung’s omission from here wasn’t done on purpose but it’s kind of apt that she’s the last one to get her own post here. It’s difficult to say what niche Sooyoung fills in SNSD and as such she (perhaps unfairly) often feels like an afterthought. Now, being an afterthought in SNSD is still a damn good position to be in but if there’s a “monkey’s paw” to being in SNSD, it’s likely being in the Sooyoung role (with Yuri and Hyoyeon running a close second). She’s dabbled in nearly everything, from show-hosting to radio DJ to picking up fairly consistent acting gigs but it hasn’t translated into her having a higher profile within her own group (again, SNSD members are really freaking good at a lot of things). She isn’t handed many lines, doesn’t get assigned great choreography bits and she doesn’t get ample screen time. Despite that, Sooyoung has managed to do as much as she can given those limitations. Her hair flips are viciously perfect and her smile is as much a signature of SNSD as Seohyun’s struggle-wink and Tiffany’s warble. Hopefully, SM Entertainment will be more willing to experiment with what Sooyoung can do as the group evolves in 2015. Because, good lord, that smile.
Sooyoung is so pretty that she is the leading cause of traffic accidents at intersections.
Sooyoung is more multi-talented than MacGyver with a Swiss Army Knife.
Sooyoung’s hair flips are so intricate, they create their own butterfly effect.
Sooyoung is so beautiful that the heavens get confused by her placement in the mortal realm.
Sooyoung’s smile is so deadly, it should come with a warning.
Sooyoung is so hot that she can power enough solar panels to provide light for several solar systems.
Happy New Year, y’all. Be safe tonight.