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U-KISS's Dongho Stayed Up All Night Playing Game to Look More Manly?

By Staff Writer | June 03, 2012 10:29 AM EDT

U-KISS's Dongho Stayed Up All Night Playing Game to Look More Manly?
U-KISS's Dongho Stayed Up All Night Playing Game to Look More Manly? (Photo : KBS)

U-KISS member Dongho revealed that he had stayed up all night to appear more masculine.

On June 2 broadcast of KBS 'Do Dream', film director Kwak Kyung Taek made his appearance on the show and U-KISS Dongho also appeared on the show as his mentee.

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On this day's broadcast, Dongho brought up his concern about the question "What is real manliness?"

Dongho recalled an experience he had during his days in KBS 'Invincible Baseball Team.’ He commented "I usually went to the filming without any make up. One day, I went looking much worn out after playing video games all night. At the time, people told me that I looked more 'manlier.’ I was so flattered that I kept playing games and didn't shave. However, he admitted "After about three days, people told me 'shave, please. You look like a homeless.’”

Photo: KBS

Tagged :  U-KISS, Dongho, Do Dream

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