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Ulala Session in High Cut

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2011.11.16 17:29 Mwave Park, HyunMin

Ulala Session, winner of Mnet’s Superstar K3, has already got a photoshoot on lock, as well as a revealing and insightful interview, in the fashion mag, High Cut.

Leader Im Yun Taek revealed he had gone through hardships due to his lack of hair. He said, “Early in the show, my hair didn’t grow due to [chemo] treatments, so I had to draw in each strand of hair with make-up brush.”

Ulala Session in High Cut

He continued with a smile, “There is a hairstylist who I nicknamed ‘Cheongdam Brush’. My hair grows now, but at that time it didn’t grow at all. So with each stroke, my hair started to have life and soul.”

Kim Myeong Hun explained how he had earned his nickname, ‘Big Mountain’. “Yun Taek hyung (older brother) gave me that nickname, telling me, ‘You may be ignored or denounced due to your short height and appearance. But if you build a big mountain in your heart, which nobody can climb over, then that will be your weapon.′"

In the issue, youngest member Park Kwang Sun also revealed how Im supported him when he gave his kidney to his mother for kidney transplant surgery in February, while Park Seung Il shared the reason why he shed tears at judge Lee Seung Chul’s commentary.

Ulala Session in High Cut

Meanwhile, members of Ulala Session showed off their striking characteristics in the photoshoot, sponsored by Bean Pole, in various outfits from padded jumpers to stylish suits.

The group’s photo spread and interivew will be included in the 65th issue of High Cut, which will be released on November 17.

Photo credit: High Cut

Ulala Session 20111116 Im Youn Taek (Ulala Session) 20111116 Park Kwang Sun (Ulala Session) 20111116 Kim Myung Hoon (Ulala Session) 20111116 Park Seung Il (Ulala Session) 20111116
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