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Kim Jeong-hoon from group UN drops out from Seoul University?

2011/05/10 | 2312 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Jeong-hoon from group UN revealed the reason for his drop out from the department of medicine and dentistry at the National University of Korea.

On KBS "Kang Heart" on the 10th, Kim Jeong-hoon spoke about coincidentally making his debut while he was in the National University of Korea and why he had to drop out for a new goal.

He said, "I was drinking when a guy from a management cast me and I chose this path as a career. Many people think I dropped out of school because of my job but that's not true. I thought about dropping out before my debut".

"I wanted to carry on my education along with my celebrity career but that wasn't easy in reality and in the end I chose to drop out".

Kim Jeong-hoon was well known for being from a prestigious university but became an issue for the fact that he was a drop out.

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