Single’s Inferno: Shin Ji-yeon Accused Of Faking Her Curves With Padded Leggings
Single’s Inferno star Shin Ji-yeon is accused of TAKING her enviable figure by wearing padded leggings… after fans of South Korean dating show said she ‘looked like a westerner’
Another contestant on Netflix’s Korean dating series has raised eyebrows after Song Ji-a’s fake designer wardrobe was exposed.
Fan favorite Shin Ji-yeon gained attention throughout the show for her enviable figure, but viewers later suspected she might be wearing padded leggings to help improve her shape.
Now, the 24-year-old neuroscience student has discussed the rumors in a Q&A on her YouTube channel.
Did she? Single’s Inferno star Shin Ji-yeon has been forced to respond to allegations that she wore padded leggings to achieve a rounder figure in hit Netflix series
Speaking to fans, the brunette beauty adamantly denied using hip pads or padded leggings to create her slim curves.
“I didn’t wear it,” she insisted, before adding, “My hip is originally wide.”
Ji-yeon’s body became a hot topic in Korea after the contestants in Single’s Inferno had to strip down into sportswear or swimmers for a challenge on the show.
“Hey, I was really surprised when I saw her body,” one viewer gushed.
Smasher: 24-year-old neuroscience student received praise from Korean viewers for her slim curves on the show
‘She wears a rash guard that barely exposes her skin and yet she looks excellent. Her pelvis is really beautiful. She looks like a westerner.’
Another wrote: She is smart, has a beautiful body and also a beautiful little face. She looks like she comes from a wealthy family. She has great body proportions and appearance. How could she have everything?’
Ji-yeon’s co-star Song Ji-a was recently sued for wearing fake designer clothes on the show.
“I didn’t wear it!” Speaking to fans in a YouTube Q&A, the brunette beauty adamantly denied using hip pads or padded leggings to create her slim curves.
Fans later discovered that the influencer had also used designer knock-offs to build her Instagram and YouTube following by creating a false image of herself.
The 25-year-old had portrayed himself as a “golden spoon” — a Korean term for someone born into a wealthy family — but it was later discovered to be a sham.
Ji-a has since made two public apologies and swept her social media accounts, and is now on a hiatus from the entertainment industry.
“She looks like a westerner!” Ji-yeon’s body became a hot topic in Korea after the contestants in Single’s Inferno had to strip down into sportswear or swimmers for a challenge on the show
Secret trick: Padded leggings are getting more and more popular not only in Korea but all over the world
In the meantime, Ji-yeon’s star has continued to rise, with the college student recently signing Instagram sponsorship deals with brands like Alexander Wang.
Single’s Inferno premiered on Netflix in December and has gone on to become a blockbuster both in Asia and internationally.
The slow series follows a group of sexy singletons stranded on a desert island and forced to live together.
Pretend until you make it! Ji-yeon’s co-star Song Ji-a (pictured) was recently sued for wearing fake designer clothes on the show
With limited supplies and the scorching summer heat, they must work together to survive the great outdoors as they battle in challenges every day.
In a surprising twist, the singles are not allowed to share their ages or pursuits with each other, instead relying on their “natural charms” to form a connection.
If they manage to become a couple, they can escape the “inferno” at night and go to “paradise” – a luxury hotel nearby where they can say and do everything.
In the same style as Gogglebox, a group of Korean celebrities and comedians watch and react to the action in real time during the episodes.
Canceled: Ji-a has since made two public apologies and wiped her social media accounts, and is now on a break from the entertainment industry