'GO Show' Lee Jong Hyun in Tears... "I'm Sorry"

By Staff Writer | September 08, 2012 04:30 AM EDT

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C.N.Blue's Lee Jong Hyun showed competitiveness that brought him to tears. (Photo : SBS)

CNBLUE Lee Jong Hyun showed competitive spirit that brought him to tears.

On SBS TV talk show "GO Show" aired today, Lee Jong Hyun, MBLAQ's G.O., Song Dae Gwan, Tae Jin Ah, and Seo In Guk and Jung Eunji of "Respond 1997" came out as guests.

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On this day, Lee Jong Hyun declared that he will cure his entertainment trauma with his burning competitiveness. His competitiveness had even driven him to receive a gold medal in a Judo competition during high school.

The guest all had a staring contest. Lee Jong Hyun won against G.O., and Jung Eunji won against Seo In Guk, so Lee Jong Hyun and Jung Eunji had a match to determine the final winner. But even as time passed by, neither one seemed to have any difficulty. But while they were having the contest, Lee Jong Hyun's eyes started dropping tears.

Jung Eunji, shocked, said "I'm normally really good at staring contest. I'm sorry," but finally said "I'll just lose for you." Lee Jong Hyun, after winning, said "My eyes were hurting a lot because of the air conditioning."

Photo Credit: SBS

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