ENHYPEN’s Sunoo Shares Scary Details Of His Sleep Paralysis Experience

Sunoo experienced sleep paralysis for the first time and it terrified him that he couldn’t move.

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ENHYPEN‘s Sunoo likes telling stories, usually funny anecdotes punctuated by his endearing facial expression and hand gestures. Recently, he shared experiences that were more of the scary kind, still in his engaging style of narration that will captivate anyone listening.


Sunoo shared that while he was still a trainee on I-LAND, he saw something strange when they were filming in the glass room. Sunoo saw a handprint on the mirror, in an unreachable spot for anyone.


It was a black handprint, and there was no one else there with him.

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Sunoo has been known to have a third eye. There have been other stories of his encounters with the unknown.


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But nothing could compare to his terrifying first experience of sleep paralysis.

After a test shoot, he was so tired that he fell asleep in bed. He opened his eyes and saw a long-haired ghost dangling from the ceiling.


The ghost was glaring while strangling him but he couldn’t move. He suddenly woke up with a gasp.


Sunoo’s experience was a classic case of sleep paralysis. But what exactly is sleep paralysis?

It’s a condition identified by a brief loss of muscle control, known as atonia, that happens just after falling asleep or waking up. People also have hallucinations during sleep paralysis. An estimated 75% of sleep paralysis episodes involve hallucinations distinct from typical dreams.

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The exact causes of sleep paralysis are unknown.

Watch the full video of Sunoo and other members of ENHYPEN as they try to overcome their fears


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