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Jang Hyuk said, "I still have those superior abs"

2010/10/08 | 1272 views | Permalink | Source

New generation character actor, Jang Hyuk confessed that he is still maintaining his masterpiece abdominal muscles after the departure of 'The Slave Hunters'.

During the episode of 'Section TV' which was on air on October 8th, Jang Hyuk answered humorously, "I still have some" to the question, "Do you still have your masterpiece abdominal muscles?"

Jang Hyuk added, "My first reason for workout was to maintaining my health but once I show my muscles to viewers, I kept workout to show them frequently".

Other than this, Jang Hyuk said that he has character difference from me in drama. The quote, "I am not a violent person. I am actually kind and have good manners", made everybody in the studio laugh.

On the other hand, 'Section TV' revealed interviews with Kim Hye-soo, Hwang Shin-hye, Shin Sung-woo, Ha Ji-won, Lee Moo-song, No Sa-yeon, Oh Ji-eun, and Nichkhun.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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