02.13.11 [Popseoul] Who Is The Most Popular In China?

Based on a Chinese website (http://www.vdfly.com), there was a survey on “Who is the most effective Asian star” and well according to the results; the most popular Asian star in China is……
SS501’s leader and an actor, he is Kim Hyun Joong. He is the most popular Asian in China. He got 3068 votes, which means 19.2%. he is this popular in china because “Playful Kiss” Korean drama just started there, and plus don’t forget that he is a leader of SS501, one the most popular boy band in the Asian World.

Second place goes to Song Seung Heon. He is currently acting in “My Princess” drama. He got 10.5% (1684 votes).

As for third place, it goes to SNSD’s member YoonA with 7.9% (1259 votes).

Forth place is Rain. Fifth is TVXQ’s Yunho. Sixth is Park Shin-Hye. Seventh is Lee Seung-Gi. Eighth is Kim Hee Chul. Ninth is Kim Jeong Hoon. Last but not least, Moon Geun Yeong.

So what do you think of the results, are they reasonable?



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3 thoughts on “02.13.11 [Popseoul] Who Is The Most Popular In China?

  1. busybee1982 02/14/2011 at 12:29 am Reply

    popseoul just has this problem of being clear and to the point to me. i mean are they say the poll asked “who is the most popular?” and then popseoul says “who is the most effective?”

    and then at the bottom they ask readers what do they think about the results? well, i think i’m confused, hahahaha

  2. kongsao 02/14/2011 at 4:18 am Reply

    now now now! why would they ask this i not related to china much but is that S501 kim hyung right their in white well if they ask me i well say him coz he the only person i have see watch and listing to his song ahahahaahah… but you know sent rain involt of the new Ambassdor then i am refer myself to rain on another NOTE: that would be rain yeah i am bit bias here coz rain is wll know for it!
    but for this question i say Kim Hyung if that was him!

  3. busybee1982 02/15/2011 at 9:34 pm Reply

    well does “effective” mean the same as “popular”, in China?

    the two words don’t mean the same thing in the US, that’s why i’m confused.

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