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ZE:A Im Siwan, "I Need to Break the Record For Solving The Rubix Cube"

By Staff Writer | July 13, 2012 01:13 PM EDT

ZE:A Im Siwan, "I Need to Break the Record For Solving The Rubix Cube"
Idol group ZE:A member Im Siwan was seen backstage at a music program trying to beat his previous record for solving a rubix cube. (Photo : sc)

Idol group ZE:A member Siwan was seen backstage at a music program trying to beat his previous record for solving a rubix cube.

On July 12 at the backstage of Mnet "M! Countdown," Siwan talked about his new hobby of solving the rubix cube.

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Siwan commented, "I just bought a new rubix cube today. It's a new hobby I have these days. I keep doing it over and over, trying to beat my previous record. Due to my new rubix cube, time seems to be going by so fast."

He was seen twisting and rotating the cube with a serious expression on his face while commenting, "I feel it, I can beat my record this time."

On this day, Siwan was a special MC on Mnet "M! Countdown" as well as performed their new title song, "Aftermath." He played with the rubix cube to get through the long waiting time before their performance.

ZE:A came back on July 4 with their new album, Spectacular.

Tagged :  ZE:A, spectacular, Aftermath, Siwan

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