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SHINee's Minho, “Why am I the only 180cm height? Others are around 170cm”

By Staff Writer | June 06, 2012 04:23 PM EDT

SHINee's Minho, “Why am I the only 180cm height? Others are around 170cm”
In 'Shinhwa Broadcast,' Minho complains about SHINee's average height and he is too tall among his members. (Photo : JTBC)

Minho from idol group SHINee has complained about the group's average height.

JTBC 'Shinhwa Broadcast' aired on June 2, featured SHINee, 'Guest Channel- Shinhwa vs. SHINee’ was broadcasted.

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Minho picked Shinhwa's Eric as a member he would like join as SHINee. The reason why he picked Eric was because he is tall enough to bring SHINee’s average height up.

Minho explained "Because I am the only 180cm and others are around 170cm, it is not easy to dance on the stage." But after hearing Minho's complaint, Jonghyun cried out "You use heel insert also! Don't use it if you are 180cm" drew laughter from the crowd.

In addition, Jonghyun revealed that Minho uses the same size of heel insert as him, but Miho protested "No, not the same size." Lee Minwoo said "It's like looking at Eric and me fighting" and drew laughter.

Photo: JTBC

Tagged :  SHINee, Minho, Shinhwa, Jonghyun, Shinhwa Broadcast

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