f(x) Luna Insists She's Over 160cm Tall

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 12:00 PM EDT

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On July 11 on MBC "Weekly Idol," group f(x), with their recent popular song, "Electric Shock," made an appearance. The topic was to "rewrite their profiles" since their debut and to take a closer look at what is accurate and what is not.

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f(x) Luna initiates the topic of the height listed on her profile and shocks everyone. She gets up and says, "I'm definitely over 160cm but everyone around me keeps saying I'm only 151cm. I want to prove it right here."

With all eyes on her, Luna brings a measuring tape and asks MC Hyung Don to measure her. He replies, "She's definitely over 160cm," in an empathetic way.

Luna continues, "I feel much better now. Honestly, because our members average a height of 168cm, I felt so small. It stressed me out." She fully expressed her inner grief through this episode.

This show will also show other members' hidden artistic talents, their love for meat and Luna's idol pick for a duet performance.

Tagged :  Luna, Electric Shock

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