Soju CFs usually only go to the biggest or trendiest stars!
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5 Dec 2017 - 3:28 PM  UPDATED 5 Dec 2017 - 3:28 PM

Apink's Naeun has always been popular, but her popularity has really skyrocketed since she appeared in PSY's "New Face" music video earlier this year.

The 23-year-old has been landing huge CF deals all year, and her latest one is with a major soju brand!

According to Naver, Naeun is the new face of one of Korea's biggest soju brands, Joeun Day. Her campaign for the alcoholic beverage will be unveiled in January.

Soju CFs are one of the most coveted among Korean celebrities, and usually only go to the biggest or trendiest stars. Previous soju models include IU, Suzy, Lee Hyori, Song Hye Kyo and Lee Min Jung.

In September, Nate reported that Naeun was being flooded with love calls from the advertising industry wanting her to front campaigns for their products. This year alone, Naeun has already become the face of Sprite and Calobye, and she also does a lot of promotion for SK-II products on her social media accounts.

Congratulations Naeun!

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