MBLAQ Mir the Worst Member of the Group?

By Staff Writer | September 15, 2012 06:29 PM EDT

MBLAQ Mir the Worst Member of the Group?
MBLAQ's member Mir was picked as the last place in MBLAQ by his friends. (Photo : MBC)

MBLAQ member Mir was chosen by his friend to be #5 among the 5 members in MBLAQ.

On Friday's episode of "Idol Manager," MBLAQ invited their closest friends to their living space.

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From showing off their abs to sharing stories about the members' school days, the friends added a whole another entertainment value.

MBLAQ Mir's friend was also among the mix. Park Kyung Lim asked, "What was it like to see your friend famous and on TV?" The friend replied, "He's bad at singing, dancing and I think he's the ugliest in the band." He didn't stop there but continued as he wrapped to a guitar riff, saying "Chul Yong is always last. Face is last, singing last, rap is last and everything is last." He turned out to be the hidden card and sent the cast and crew laughign. 

The friends included idol trainees, songwriters, old friends, acting students and college students. MBLAQ's episode aired Friday. 

Photo Credit: MBC 

Tagged :  MBLAQ, Mir, mir last place, Idol Manager

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