So Hyori's great plan of countering this new wave of hate was to Tweet about her feelings:
“We are all insects under the sky…. People that are a little better looking, people that are a little uglier, people who have it better, some people who have it worse… what meaning does this all have?”
Did you all catch that? She essentially admitted herself, in the nicest way she could, that her boyfriend was ugly. What girlfriend does that? That is probably one of the meaner things I have heard from a female idol in a while. It is like saying:"So what if he's ugly? So what if I'm better looking and have it better? He's just special. Looks don't matter. But please excuse me while I still do my hair and make up for this photoshoot as I show off my body. I still have to be the hot one". (But at least she is honest with herself. Anyone can respect that.)
So what will she do if he pulls an EI:
Speaking of looks, this just reminded me of another good story where J.Y.P said to Kim Nayoon on SBS's "Survival K-Pop Star Audition: “If you could dance like you could sing, it would’ve been your folly. It would’ve been the same situation as [me] being good looking. If I were good looking, I don’t think I would’ve tried hard or put much effort in life”. That's the spirit, JYP. Insisting to our youth that if you are good looking, you don't ever need to try hard. What an inspiration.
I can still only imagine that Hyori, when other boys look at her questioning "why him and not me?", all she is saying is: