ZE:A Kwang Hee Shares About Hyung Shik's Background, "His Father Is The Director Of A High Class Car Brand"
By Staff Writer | July 19, 2012 01:20 AM EDT
On the July 18 broadcast of MBC "Radio Star," the special episode of "Brave Guys" featured guest stars including baseball analyst Lee Byung Hoon, comedian Baik Jae Hyun, ZE:A Kwang Hee, and entertainer Kim Young Chul.
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ZE:A recently released their new title song, "Aftereffect." Regarding the new song, member Kwang Hee shared, "I hope that through this album, our main vocalist Kevin gets really popular. He does most of the recording but barely gets seen in music video, so, he has a hard time."
Kyuhyun then brought up another member named Hyung Shik and asked, "Did you just forget about Hyung Shik?" Kwang Hee responds by saying, "Since Hyung Shik's so well-off anyway, he doesn't really care about who becomes more popular first or whatever."
The MCs became curious as to how rich Hyung Shik is. Kwang Hee suspected their curiosity and said, "His dad is a director of a foreign car brand "B-" I won't give away the name because I don't want this to be a hot topic." On a side note, Super Junior Siwon also falls into the category of sons of well-off families. Kwang Hee added, "If there are nine or ten members in an idol group, there is bound to be one rich guy," making everyone laugh.
In this episode Baik Jae Hyun shared about why he had to get plastic surgery. Lee Byung Hoon shared about how he caught a criminal bare-handed, and, Kwang Hee blew Kim Young Chul and the rest of the studio out of the water with his superb English skills.
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