Jay Park has pride in his odorless feet
Jay Park‘s socks have brought much laughter among viewers.
The April 21st episode of MBC‘s ‘Music and Lyrics‘ featured the singer and actress Lee Si Young working together to help produce a song for the upcoming girl group, Tiny-G.
As the two headed for the studio to begin their mission, Lee Si Young noticed Jay’s unique socks underneath his slippers. When put together, his socks created an image of an adorable bear.
Lee Si Young laughed and showed her interest in the socks by asking, “Where do you buy those kind of socks? It’s so cute, I want to buy one.” Jay replied, “Do you want mine?” to which the actress pinched her nose and quickly rejected saying, “Not those!“ Jay Park immediately defended himself stating, “My feet don’t smell, though.” However, Lee Si Young continued to tease the singer, “The smell is really strong.”
Jay Park was unable to back down as he then remarked, “My feet never smell. I have pride in my odorless feet,” causing viewers to laugh at his defensive self.
Source & Image: Newsen via Nate
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