Gorgeous ROAD Girls Ride Korean “New Wave” to Worldwide Popularity – Photo Gallery
By PDG Staff
Xiaomi ROAD FC 032 took place on the 2nd of July in Changsha, China in front of 7,000 people and was watched by 40 million viewers in China on CCTV5.
Nine thrilling Mixed Martial Arts matches took place, each heralded by the gorgeous ROAD Girls: Choi Seul-Ki, Lim Ji-Woo, and Min A-Young. Of course they were a hit with the Chinese crowd, and the media flocked to them as well.
While the ROAD Girls already enjoy popularity in Korea, they are definitely riding a wave of fame into China now. Here is a little more information about the beauties who make such a lovely contrasts to the ROAD FC beasts.
Choi Seul-Ki is a modeling superstar in Korea whose adorable face and sexy curves have opened up every door to her, from Race Queen to demure fashion icon. Before her modeling career, she explored another side of her talent in the “idol” girl band Lay. T. Choi also has a personal video channel which has seen her popularity rise so much in China that she has learned to be proficient at Mandarin.
Sultry Lim Ji-Woo won the ROAD FC Road Girl search which was watched live by millions on Afreeca TV, out of eight finalists who were whittled down from 150 applicants. The judges chose her because of her multi-dimensional character; she is not only beautiful, but she possesses depth, innocent charm, and has the ability to sell the action of ROAD FC events. Lim has settled perfectly into her job as an Ambassador of the ROAD FC cage.
Photogenic Min A-Young has enjoyed a career as a fashion model for three years, and her breakout performance as a ROAD Girl shows off her natural live audience appeal. Min’s amazing long legs have been the focus of her shoots. Now fans can admire them live and in action as she walks out the round cards for every bout.
New Wave MMA ROAD FC is the stage where legends shine, rookies thrill, and epic battles are waged that determine the future of MMA. From the pageantry of the grand entrance to the final crunch of the KO, ROAD FC showcases the very best of Mixed Martial Arts sports and entertainment. As we say in Korea, “Fighting!”