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Yoon Eun Hye Opens Up about Taking Pills for Insomnia

Yoon Eun Hye sheds tears on Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant as she expresses her gratitude to her housemates.

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In an episode of KBS 2TV’s  Fun-Staurant aired on the 8th, the 20th menu contest will begin under the theme of ‘Fishcakes.’ In particular, Yoon Eun Hye will be appearing in the competition as she is known for her skills to cook both Korean and Western dishes.

In the last episode, Yoon Eun Hyre revealed her house in which she shares with a close sister and a manager who she has been working with for 8 years. As she shares everything with her housemates, Yoon Eun Hye surprised the viewers by making a variety of foods for housemates with different tastes.

It is reported that Yoon Eun Hye had a special breakfast with her housemates on this episode, and shared a sincere conversation as they welcomed the New Year. All three of them confessed how happy they were that they are living together. The manager who lives with the actress also opened up, saying, “I was able to overcome the difficulties because we were together.”

While other members of the cast watched them in the studio and said that the three looked like they mean something more than a family to each other, Yoon Eun Hye carefully opened up about her insomnia. She said, “I took sleeping pills a few times because my insomnia was so severe. One day, after my manager found out that I was taking pills, she spent all her paycheck to buy me a mattress.”

She continued, “I promised not to take sleeping pills ever after that day, and I haven’t done so, till now. She’s a person who I’m always thankful for.” Yoon’s story is said to have teared her up, while the members of Fun-Staurant had encouraged and cheered her up. 

More stories of such a family-like group of people will be available on Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant, which airs at 9.40 p.m. KST today.

 

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