Members of “Problematic Men” Receive Startling IQ Test Results

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Smart is definitely the new sexy.

In the episode of “Problematic Men” that will air on July 9, the members measure their IQ for the first time since their childhood. Previews hint that they will be surprising viewers with their exceptional skills in fields like language, mathematic, space perceptions.

Lee Jang Won, who had an IQ of 150 back in his student years, says, “150 is the IQ I received before I started drinking, so all that’s left is for it to drop.”

Surprisingly, three out of the six men receive results that are in the top 1 percent of the Korean population, despite the fact that IQ tests have gotten harder than ones from the past. Some cast members even receive higher IQ results than in the past, startling even experts.

Jo Sang Hyun, who is ranked fourth on the World Genius Directory with an IQ of 244, also reveals tips to training your brain.

“Your brain develops the more you use it. You can acquire an expanded brain capacity,” he says.

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