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[Weekend Talk] Top Quotes from Super Junior, ZE:A, FT Island and More

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2014.07.06 14:00 Mwave Erika Kim

More blurbs from various stars had us laughing and crying this week.

Read about what your stars said in this week′s Weekend Talk.

“I′ve always heard that I look pretty since I was young. I think that′s when I started working out to build muscles.”

Prettiness, the eternal man and muscle trigger in male idols.

ZE:A′s Dong Jun joined the club as he talked about how he came to be so fit on radio.

We′ll be happy any way he does it, so we′re not complaining.

(Fan) "I went to see you guys at the airport, but your height... I couldn′t see you. So sad T_T"

(Hong Gi) "T_T Hey, I feel sadder LOL"

FT Island′s Lee Hong Gi felt the pains of being short when a fan complained about not being able to spot him in a crowd.

"You have to have a nude photobook if you want to last long as a group."

Kim Gura came up with a new, completely unheard of theory on what drives Shinhwa′s longetivity.

"Audio systems are as important to singers as fancy lights and stage settings. Idol singers pretending to sing as they lip sync do pose a problem, but it′s tyranny to force live singing on them when the conditions for live performances aren′t improved at the same time."

Super Junior′s Ryeowook had something to say about MBC′s ban of lip syncing idol singers.

"You don′t have to pretend you don′t come cheap. I′m broke anyway."

Epik High′s Tablo had more words of wisdom to give his fans in Saturday′s Blo Note.

Photo credit: KBS Cool FM, Lee Hong Gi′s Twitter, Mnet, Ryeowook′s Twitter, Dreaming Radio′s Twitter

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