ZE:A Hyung Sik "He Had $16,000 In His Bank Account Even During Training Days"
By Staff Writer | August 29, 2012 01:32 AM EDT
In SBS "Strong Heart" aired today, ZE:A's Kwang Hee stated, "I introduced Siwan last time I came out but I had a hard time after that because he got so successful. I will introduce a different member this time."
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The ZE:A member that came out with Kwang Hee this time was Hyung Sik, who is already known to be rich. Kwang Hee commented, "Hyung Sik has been a bourgeois since birth. He joined us as a trainee but he gained much hatred because there were rumors that he pulled the strings to come in."
He continued, "I peaked into Hyung Sik's bank account when he was withdrawing money, and there was $16,000 in his account. From that day on, I liked him."
Hyung Sik stated, "Whenever I received New Year's money or allowance since I was little, I saved it all up. My mom took care of the money, but she gave it all to me when I turned 20. It turned out to be a lot. Me being rich became a big issue, but I'm not that rich, so I'm a bit embarrassed."
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