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Yoon Sang-hyun height issue is over "Standing next to Choi Ji-woo"

2011/08/11 | 8255 views |  | Permalink | Source

Actor Yoon Sang-hyun suffered from rumors about his height but seems to have overcome it thanks to tall actress Choi Ji-woo's height.

This rumor was set to rest as the picture of him with Choi Ji-woo for the poster of MBC drama "Can't Lose" coming this 24th, was revealed.

As the height of actress Sun-Woo Sun who he acted with in MBC drama "My Wife is a Superwoman" was known to be less than 160cm, there was doubt about Yoon Sang-hyun's 181cm height. The rumor stuck out even more when 186cm tall Lee Jong-suk from SBS drama "Secret Garden" made an appearance in the SBS TV program "Kang Heart'.

However, when the picture of him with 174cm tall actress Choi Ji-woo was revealed, the rumors were set to rest. In the picture was Yoon Sang-hyun standing next to Choi Ji-woo in a wedding dress, standing taller than her, and netizen's say, "It looks like he is tall after all".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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