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Jessica is a blossoming beauty for 'Cosmopolitan'
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Jessica is a blossoming beauty for 'Cosmopolitan'

On April 26, fashion magazine 'Cosmopolitan Korea' revealed a series of behind cuts from their latest May issue featuring Jessica.

The 'Cosmopolitan Korea' official Instagram shared a slideshow video along with the caption, "Blossoming like a flower, Jessica's romantic, chic summer styling can be found in the latest May issue of 'Cosmopolitan.'"

In the photos, Jessica wore a floral printed dress to looking trendy in a semi-casual jacket like a true fashion icon inside a floral shop.

EXID reveal the female idols theyve fallen in love with
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EXID reveal the female idols theyve fallen in love with

The members of EXID picked which female idol they have recently been fangirling over.

EXID recently appeared on Lee Hong Kis Kiss the Radio to promote their album Eclipse and members Hani, LE, and Junghwa chose the female idol that they have fallen for.

Junghwa is known for being a huge fan of IU and expressed her excitement meeting her at a music show broadcast.

6 Female Idols Who Are Surprisingly Irresistible in Glasses
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6 Female Idols Who Are Surprisingly Irresistible in Glasses

These 6 female idols rock the glasses look like its nobodys business and fans just cant resist their bookish charms.

Glasses arent often considered the most attractive accessory as many find them to be unflattering, but on some people, they can look just right. These idols, for instance, are masters at making glasses look like a gorgeous fashion statement and rock the nerd look effortlessly.

Check out these 6 idols who look make the nerdy look irresistible:

Red Velvets Irenes small facial proportions and big round glasses bring out a very cute, yet dorky side to her appearance. She looks completely adorable with her glasses on.

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More Female Jobseekers Weigh Military Option Amid Tough Market

Roughly half of female jobseekers would enlist in the military if it would increase their chances of getting a good job later, according to a recent survey.

Job search portal Incruit conducted an online survey of about 800 jobseekers from April 17 to 19. Some 45 percent of female respondents said they are willing to serve in the military to heighten their chances of landing a good job later.

Some 53 percent of male respondents said their military experience helped them choose a career path and find a job, while 67 percent of female respondents believed men's military service helped them adjust to life in the workplace.