TEEN TOP’s Chunji liked to peek at female students during his school days?
TEEN TOP‘s Chunji revealed a mischievous hobby he had during his school days.
On the June 3rd broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Our Sunday Night-Exploration of Genders‘, ten guests as well as the host of the show went to a high school in Seoul with the task of becoming a teacher.
The group had gathered with the MC in the auditorium to relay stories about their school days; more specifically what they had done during their break time.
Jung Jun Ha asked, “What did you do during your break time?“, and the recent high school graduate Chunji replied, “I peeked at the neighboring all-female school through a telescope. That was my hobby.”
Stirring a reaction from the other members, Chunji explained, “Isn’t that what most people do? It wasn’t just me.” MBLAQ‘s Lee Joon defended Chunji stating, “Males usually have the [same desire] to at least once peep at female high school students.” The other guests still seemed shocked, however.
Chunji’s full confession can be seen on the June 3rd broadcast of ‘Exploration of Genders’.
Source: TV Daily via Nate
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