MBLAQ’s Joon says, “I want to be younger”
MBLAQ’s Joon says that he wants to be friends with idol group members who were born in 1994.
In the episode of MBC Everyone’s Weekly Idol that will air on February 25, top seven clubs formed by idol group members will be revealed in one of its segments, Real Chart! Idol’s Self Ranking.
There are several clubs formed by idol group members such as Chocoball, 93 Line, and 94 Line, and Joon gets laughs, saying, “I want to join the 94 Line where f(x)’s Sulli and Krystal, KARA’s Kang Ji Young, and Miss A’s Suzy are. I want to be younger!”
The club that most idol members want to join is FC MEN, led by JYJ’s Jun Su. This is also a soccer team, to which B2ST’s Du Jun, Gi Kwang, and Yo Seop, 2AM’s Jin Woon, Seul Ong, and Chang Min, and Kim Hyun Joong belong.
Many female idol members have also voted for FC MEN. There’s the only girl member in the team and she is KARA’s Nicole. It’s been revealed that the female idol members have voted for the team to succeed Nicole’s position.Source: TV Report
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