South Korea is a small country situated in the Eastern Region of Asia. It is in a state of continuous war with its northern neighbor — North Korea. Despite this fact, South Korea is one of the wealthiest countries on the globe. It has got outstanding potential and rich natural resources. However, a lot of single men believe that the most precious treasure of South Korea is its gorgeous ladies. How such a small state managed to get such attractive and well-known women? Continue reading to learn all the secrets of Korean women.
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Originally a nine-piece group, Jessica departed from the group in September One of the prominent figures of the Korean Wave , the group has earned numerous accolades and the honorific nickname "The Nation's Girl Group" in their home country. The group rose to fame in with the single " Gee ", which claimed the top spot on KBS 's Music Bank for a record-breaking nine consecutive weeks and was Melon 's most popular song of the s decade. Girls' Generation consolidated their popularity in South Korea with follow-up singles " Genie ", " Oh! Their second Korean studio album, Oh! The group ventured into the Japanese music scene in with their eponymous Japanese album , which became the first album by a non-Japanese girl group to be certified million by the RIAJ. An English version of the single " The Boys " was released in an attempt to expand the group's endeavor to the global music scene.
Koreans do not always have a chance to experience first love, or mutual sympathy during adolescence, as is customary in our country. Due to constant study from am to pm at school, then from pm and until night in various courses and employment, Korean teenagers for the most part can only dream of a prince or princess, because in the first place there is still education in this country. However, things change a lot when student life begins.