Super Junior, "Kyuhyun Had a Big Fight with Kangin"
By Staff Writer | September 06, 2012 02:43 AM EDT
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On this day, Eunhyuk stated, "Kangin fought with Kyuhyun." Then, Shindong continued, "Kyuhyun has a lot of sensitive sides. There always has to be water that only he uses, and his bag is full of sanitary things and his personal possessions. And when we're walking around, he always has to have a water bottle. If other members ask for some water, he glares at us and says 'Don't put your mouth on it'."
Shindong also said, "One time we went to a pension to play, and it was a pension that Kangin personally asked the landlord for, so we got to use it before it even opened. We all took off our clothes and were having fun in the ocean."
He continued, "Kyuhyun came a little late that day, and Kyuhyun's fan club sent us meat to eat. But we forgot about Kyuhyun and ate that all before he got there. The next day, Kyuhyun was in the car even before we took a group picture, and in the car, he had an argument with Kangin. That was back when Kyuhyun refused to take pictures without makeup on because he had skin trouble."
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