IVE’s Ahn Yujin Personally Reveals Her Real Height, Shocking Netizens With How Much She’s Grown Since Debuting

Yet, there has always been a debate on Yujin’s height!

When it comes to some of the tallest female idols, IVE‘s Ahn Yujin is always on the list after being billed at 172cm.

IVE’s Ahn Yujin | @_yujin_an/Instagram

Along with fellow IVE member Jang Wonyoung, Yujin has always been praised for her unreal height and proportions. Even as part of IZ*ONE, the idol was always much taller than the average female idol and has continued to grow throughout the years.

| @_yujin_an/Instagram
| @_yujin_an/Instagram
| @_yujin_an/Instagram

Well, it seems as if Yujin has actually grown even more.

On January 26, Harper’s Bazaar Korea released a new video with the idol where Yujin filled in a self-profile about herself.

In the beginning, she started to fill out an “encyclopedia.” While most of the video focused on more in-depth questions, the first few were quick-fire, allowing Yujin to reveal some basic information about herself.

Of course, one of the questions was about Yujin’s height, as the idol explained, “About my height, I have a surprise.”

Yujin revealed that she had measured herself again recently, and rather than 172cm, the idol was actually 173cm and had grown since the last official stats when she debuted in IVE.

When the staff asked about whether she had grown, Yujin cutely replied, “Yes.”

When the video was shared, although Yujin officially stated her height was 173cm, not everyone trusted the numbers. In particular, fellow member Jang Wonyoung is known for being 173cm, and many doubt that they are the same height.

While others believe that both Wonyoung and Yujin are being made to say that height. When they are standing next to male stars in the business who are billed as taller than they, both idols have always seemed the same height or taller.

You can read more about the unreal heights of the IVE members below.

IVE’s Ahn Yujin Is The Same Height As The Average Korean Male, But Evidence Proves The Reality Could Be Much Different

Source: Harper's Bazaar Korea


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