‘Single’s Inferno’ Star Kim Hyun Joong Addresses Rumors About His Steroid Abuse

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Single’s Inferno star Kim Hyun Joong opened up about the rumors surrounding the popular dating show.

On January 13th, Kim Hyun Joong took the time to answer various questions from his fans through his Instagram story.

Regarding the question on how he joined the Netflix original series, he replied, “I received a direct message on Instagram and had a meeting with the production crew.”

Kim Hyun Joong then replied to other questions about the smash-hit dating show. He said, “I am still in touch with other contestants. They are now good friends of mine.” He also emphasized that Single’s Inferno was an actual reality show with no script, and the contestants lived in the ‘Inferno Island’ while they were filming the show.

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Additionally, Kim Hyun Joong addressed the recent steroid allegations against him. He explained, “I have never used steroids or any other enhancers in my life. I’ve been working out for 11 years. Back when I was young, I worked very hard to build big muscles, but now I am keeping myself in a slim shape because of my kidney condition.”

To the question that asked what his ideal type is, he revealed that actress Han So Hee is his ideal type of girl.

Netflix’s Single’s Inferno has been a huge hit, and it became the first Korean variety show to rank 5th in the worldwide Netflix TV show category. Kim Hyun Joong escaped the island with a Youtuber Song Zia (FreeZia).

 

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