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"My Ugly Duckling" Jung Il-woo Shares His Key to Dieting

2019/02/17 | Permalink | Source

Actor Jung Il-woo claims his sister is a fan of Kim Gun-mo.

The drama "Haechi" actor Jung Il-woo appeared on the SBS TV show "My Ugly Duckling" on the 17th.

MC Seo Jang-hoon said, "I have some information for the mothers; Jung Il-woo has a 38-year-old sister who is single".

Jung Il-woo said, "My sister majored in fashion design and she's been abroad for 10 years studying. She likes Kim Gun-mo a lot. Every time she watches "My Ugly Duckling" she says, 'Whoever marries him won't be bored for the rest of her life'".

Jung Il-woo claims he'd been on a diet while he was in the military. He said, "The key to a successful diet is before and after pay day. When I have a role I have to play I go on a diet to fit that role. I lost 14 kilograms in 3 to 4 weeks. I stop intake of all carbohydrates besides sweet potatoes. I only eat chicken breast and eggs and worked out 2 to 3 times a day. I also like to walk".

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