Yoo Jae Suk Bought IU a Car? Idols Demand Their Gifts
By Staff Writer | July 26, 2012 09:49 PM EDT
Idols find out that Yoo Jae Suk bought IU a car.
On the 22nd on SBS "Running Man," a special on idols with MC Jung Jae Hyung featured Super Junior Eunhyuk, 2PM Nichkhun, MBLAQ Lee Jun, ZE:A Siwan, BEAST Doojoon, CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa, and T-ARA Eunjung.
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In this episode HAHA revealed, "Yoo Jae Suk bought IU a car. He's really open to giving gifts like this."
As soon as the other idols heard, they said, "Really?" and couldn't hide their shock. Yoo Jae Suk began to respond by saying, "I didn't buy it for her..." but it was too late.
Jung Yong Hwa expressed, "We're moving so we need a new refrigerator." Lee Joon added, "My parents haven't had A/C in their house for ten years." Siwan said, "Our house is too small for the nine of us," and, Eunjung added, "I'm tired. I need a massage chair." All bombarded Yoo Jae Suk with their requests.
Yoo Jae Suk turned to Lee Kwang Soo and said, "Kwangsoo, can I borrow $200,000 from you?" Kwang Soo replied, "Why should we borrow within our family?" making everyone laugh.
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