11:59 pm - 07/28/2014

SM's new girl group pre debut pictures are here!


















 From left to right: Joy, Irene, Seulgi, Wendy

[Irene]










[Seulgi]





[Wendy]






[Joy]



edit: added two more pictures on Wendy


Source: Instiz, Morethanjustanopinion
parkjsun 29th-Jul-2014 06:13 pm (UTC)
It's really hard for me to call plastic surgery because I swear if people see my pictures from a couple years back they'd think I've gotten some too. It's weird how much weight loss and puberty can change your face. After all, the story of the ugly duckling precedes the start of plastic surgery.

Not saying these girl's didn't get any though lol. PS free idols are 1/100s.

Edited at 2014-07-29 06:15 pm (UTC)
gamine05 29th-Jul-2014 09:52 pm (UTC)
Same, I had to grow into my looks pretty much, so I think puberty and weight loss can indeed change your face.
ababobaby 29th-Jul-2014 11:27 pm (UTC)
I feel like most idols get PS during idol life i.e Sooyoung and that girl from Secret
charlieu 30th-Jul-2014 02:12 am (UTC)
I have a lot of friends like that. Myself included.

I wasn't born with double eyelids, but now I have them. And this isn't unique to me... weirdly enough everyone that I know that grew up and naturally got double eyelid were Korean. My mom actually threw some pictures away of my sister because she was afraid people might look at it and accuse her of plastic surgery when she didn't. LOL.
ababobaby 30th-Jul-2014 08:47 am (UTC)
this is what i hate about PS = basically one thing changes from you due to what? puberty? stress? etc
charlieu 30th-Jul-2014 02:17 pm (UTC)
People are constantly changing. I can't imagine anyone looking the same from two years prior. It's called aging. I had signs of double eyelids after high school, but it got pretty permanent after college. My friend's cousin naturally got hers even before puberty. Like 9/10. It's weird. But if someone saw pictures of her or me when we were children and us today, I wouldn't be surprised if people thought we got things done.
ababobaby 30th-Jul-2014 02:45 pm (UTC)
I've always wondered why people jump gun and call such changes as PS every time. It's so weird. I had super flat nose when I was young. Only started growing when I hit my teens. I'm pretty sure most, if not, all people would tell me I got PS just because hello, I now have nose bridge. I find it frustrating and rather sad that ~simple changes like "oh HMMM seems like her nose changed" is now considered PS. No one trusts anyone to be PS-free in the idol industry anymore but they make it seem so bad.. and shameful.
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