BY Adrienne Stanley | Nov 24, 2015 03:10 PM EST
Yoo Seung Ho and Suzy topped the results of a recent survey, where parents selected the Korean celebrities they would like their children to resemble.
According to a report published by jTBC, a survey conducted by an early childhood education company released its findings from a sample size of 2040 potential parents and married couples.
Suzy lead the list of female stars, with 23.7 percent of participants selecting the Miss A member as the celebrity they would most like to see their future daughters look like.
Teen actress Kim Yoo Jung, who recently starred in "Angry Mom" and is currently appearing in the sequel to the web drama, "Love Cells," followed with 18.8 percent.
"Pinocchio" star, Park Shin Hye and Park Bo Young tied for third place, on the list, with 17.85 percent EXID's Hani and AOA's Seolhyun rounded out the top results with 12.8 and 8.9 percent, respectively.
In the category of male stars, Yoo Seung Ho was followed by Kim Soo Hyun, who received 23.7 of votes from respondents.
Third place on the male list synchronized with the female category, as participants voted for the on-screen boyfriend of Park Shin Hye, Lee Jong Suk. He received 11.8 percent of votes, followed by his real-life friend and fellow model-turned-actor, Kim Woo Bin, who was selected by 10.8 percent of respondents.
"She Was Pretty" star, Park Seo Joon, and ZE:A's Im Siwan completed the top five, with 8.9 and 5.9 percent, respectively.
Organizers of the survey were not surprised by the results. According to the report published by jTBC, a spokesperson for the company cited the popularity of Yoo Seung Ho and the image of Suzy as Korea's sweetheart, as attributing factors for their results in the study.
Yoo, whose post-military projects include "Imaginary Cat" and "Remember," is often referred to by Korean media by the nickname, Little So Ji Sub, for his resemblance to the "Oh My Venus" star.
Suzy is currently promoting her new movie, "Dorihwaga," or "Sound of the Flower," a film that examines the historical context behind the traditional storytelling genre of pansori.
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