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'Running Man' High School Girls That Gave Hints, Turns Out To Be Future Idol Girl Groups!

By Staff Writer | June 12, 2012 02:14 PM EDT

'Running Man' High School Girls That Gave Hints, Turns Out To Be Future Idol Girl Groups!
In SBS entertainment program 'Running Man' aired on the 10th, the beautiful high school students who gave hints to the running man members were revealed to be future girl group members. (Photo : SBS)

SBS entertainment program 'Running Man' aired on June 10, featured several beautiful high school students who gave hints to the running man members, they were revealed to be part of a future girl group.

Woollim Entertainment, the agency of the idol group INFINITE, revealed on June 11, "Our girl group members who are preparing for their debut came out in 'Running Man' as high school students. Three of them came out. All of them are being trained right now."

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Of them, Yoo Jiae had already come out in a few other programs in 2010, so she has already been buying much attention.

The new girl group including Yoo Jiae is planning to make their debut within this year.

Photo: SBS

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