Kim Ji Hoon Speaks of Nude Salon, "Rain, Lee Dong Gun, and Park Hyo Shin Were Regular Customers"
By Staff Writer | September 19, 2012 03:17 AM EDT
Actor Kim Ji Hoon spoke of stories during his serving at the army.
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Kim Ji Hoon said, "In Seoul, there is a nude salon. I am the owner of that salon," revealing that at first it was only comedians coming to him, but later on, other celebrities enlisted in the army also came.
Kim Ji Hoon said, "Kim Jae Wook has been insisting on long hairstyle for 10 years. He always split his hair in the middle, so when I cut his hair short, I had to keep the split in the middle."
But the problem after cutting hair was laundry. Kim Ji Hoon said, "The soldiers' hair is short so laundry is hard. So after long period of searching for the solution, we decided to have them take off their clothes when they were getting their haircut. They took off their underwear as well", revealing the truth behind the nude salon.
When the audience members were shocked at this fact, Kim Ji Hoon said, "It felt weird to have our clothes off, just two guys in a small room", bringing laughter to the set.
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