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Look gentle but are really taekwondo black belt holders?

2008/05/15 | 2754 views | Permalink | Source

There are many stars who have various talents, and there are many black-belt holders in the entertainment industry.

Kim Ok-bin is a second degree.

Also, Eric Mun and Son Seong-hee, Dong Bang Shin Ki's Xiah Junsu and Yunho, Hyun Bin and Go Soo, even Seo Taiji are second degrees.

Won Bin is also a third degree.

Female stars Hwang Bo and Kim Hye-soo are third degrees. Isn't it a little unexpected?

Jang Woo-hyuk, Im Chang-jung and Kim Bo-sung are third degrees, and Jo In-sung, Shin Hye-sung and Choi Si-won are fourth degrees, and anyone can acknowledge their skill.

Tiger JK has a fifth degree, and Lee Dong-joon-I, the middle-aged actor in "Ah Hyeon Dong's Madam", is a seventh degree.

A seventh degree is almost professional level, and it is unexpected that such gentle-looking actors are black belt holders.

Source : news.naver.com/main/r...

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