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Hong Suk Chun says he wants to take the center of girl group Unnies

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Hong Suk Chun revealed his dreams of debuting as a singer!


On the July 16 airing of 'Cultwo Show', Hong Suk Chun talked about collaborative girl group Unnies and members Girls' Generation's Tiffany, Min Hyo Rin, Jessi, Kim Sook, Ra Mi Ran, and Hong Jin Kyung. He said, "When I was watching 'Unnie's Slam Dunk', it made me want to participate in similar projects. I want to feature in their songs." The DJs then jokingly asked, "Are you sure you don't want to be a part of Unnies as their member?"


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Hong Suk Chun responded, "Actually, I think I see my spot (in the group). Especially the center. I feel like that's my spot." 

Can you imagine him singing "Shut Up"?

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    moon_luv Sunday, July 17, 2016

    I really like him. It would be nice to see him as a member.

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    Petronella Saturday, July 16, 2016

    he is celebrity, chef, and politician. he can be anything he want. i seriously want to see him do shut up dance

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    BigBlueagain Saturday, July 16, 2016

    I have to admit, this man has excellent taste :) 

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    Sunnn BigBlueagain • Saturday, July 16, 2016

    That's an amazing photo!

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    bangeryun94 BigBlueagain • Saturday, July 16, 2016

    They're very good friends.

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