Secret Hyosung Reveals Her Weight, "I Weigh 47kg Now."
By Staff Writer | October 02, 2012 07:56 PM EDT
On the episode of SBS "Strong Heart," which aired today, Hyosung appeared as one of the guests and revealed, "I lost 3kg before our comeback so now I'm 47kg."
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She continued, "I used to be 50kg but the agency put my weight as 45kg on my profile. Even to my own eyes I don't look like I weight 45 kgs, but they said that was my weight 45 kgs, so I revealed that I weigh 50 kgs in one of the programs I went out to."
She also said, "I guess an internet user saw that profile, because my profile then changed to 50 kgs as soon as I said that. But I've lost 3kg since then, so please correct it."
She lastly added, "I was happy after I succeeded in my diet so I took self-camera photos, but I'm not very good at it. I took it from too high above so I came out skinnier than normal. People were saying my cheeks disappeared, but I really didn't lose that much weight.", arousing laughter.
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