ZE:A’s Kwanghee wants Hyung Sik or SHINee’s Minho as his brother-in-law

ZE:A’s Kwanghee wants Hyung Sik or SHINee’s Minho as his brother-in-law

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ZE:A’s Kwanghee wants Hyung Sik or SHINee’s Minho as his brother-in-law

ZE:A’s Kwang Hee, being probably the best older brother ever, is already working hard to get idol stars to become his younger sister’s future husband.

Kwanghee appeared with fellow ZE:A member, Hyungsik on August 28th SBS’ Strong Heart, where he revealed that he wants Hyungsik to be his future brother-in-law.

I have a younger sister, and I want to marry her off to Hyungsik,”, “I think he will be a strong pillar for our family,” Kwanghee said.

I even thought up an extreme method of getting them together. If they say they don’t like each other, I will prepare a drinking setting for the three of us and get them completely intoxicated,” then he added, making everyone in the studio laugh.

The MCs asked what his sister thinks, and Kwang Hee replied that he didn’t ask, “My sister has nothing to lose,” causing the audience to further explode into laughs. He then praised Hyung Sik on why he makes the perfect husband: good-looking, financially stable, good manners.

SHINee’s Minho, who was also a guest, revealed that Kwang Hee has been begging him to meet the little sister as well. Kwang Hee admitted that Minho is on the list of future husbands for his little sister, whom Minho says looks like Kwang Hee post-surgery, “Minho is also one of the potential candidates to become my sister’s husband!”

Source & Image : TVReport via Nate

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