KARA Goo Hara's Revival of Lame Jokes, "What Do You Call a Fallen King?"
By Staff Writer | June 24, 2012 07:11 PM EDT
On June 23, KBS' "Invincible Youth 2" had the girl group G6 members looking stunning in hanbok (traditional Korean attire).
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In the episode, KARA's Goo Hara came as a replacement for G6 member SISTAR's Bora, as the singer was absent to shoot a music video. Goo Hara cheerfully came on set also dressed in hanbok, took a big bow, and greeted, "I am back and ready to play!"
When requested by MC Boom that he wishes to hear the famous Goo Hara's lame joke series, the singer confidently said that she had one prepared. Goo Hara is already famous for the lame joke series she had showcased in the first season of "Invincible Youth."
This time the joke started with her asking, "What do you call a fallen king?" When the G6 members were lost for an answer, she answered, "Well if a king falls.. then it's King Kong (Kong is a sounding word for an object falling)!" Everyone on the set laughed, continuing to call Hara the queen of lame jokes.
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