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Hey Woo-knees. Hey Khun-forehead.
I don't know if this question has been asked before. Out of all 2pm members, I think wooyoung dislike skinship or fanservice the most (Judging from fancams and photos). He will standing the furthest on stage and will be likely doing his own business, dancing etc. His interaction with Jun. K is the best tho. Just curious, what do you think?
I’m not going to comment on the interaction part, because the “interaction” that we see is perhaps 2% of their entire relationship, and the interaction that they display in public changes over time, so saying that Wooyoung’s interaction is best with someone and the like is like saying it never rains in Lithuania, because it just happened to be sunny during a week of your stay in the country (figuratively speaking).
As for Wooyoung disliking skinship, he LOVES skinship. He’s just a no-shit kind of a guy, and he doesn’t display it all the time. His skinship is subtle and not in-your-face kind, so perhaps it’s harder to notice, but I wouldn’t say that he doesn’t like fan-service. He knows exactly what he’s doing, giving just a little bit, and then leaving the fans hungry for more. Just like Chansung said on Radio Star, Jang Wooyoung is exceptionally good at teasing.
There are more than 2 layers to 2PM, and especially to Jang Wooyoung, so I wouldn’t give such a fast judgement. He often stands behind, because he’s simply humble, or because he’s too nervous, or he’s so focused on the performance that he just can’t think of anything else. However, I’ve seen the way he interacts with an audience from up close, and he’s really really good at it.
I know it will be probably hard to answer, but when I am looking on tumblr there are post which shows prices of some clothes which boys wear. I assume that clothes worn on tv shows etc are probably rented from shops, but what about the real life. Are they really that rich to be able to buy tshirts for couple hundred dollars?
They do earn enough to buy these clothes, but I think that 70~80% of their wardrobe are either gifts from the fans or the brands. Celebrities often get clothes for free, just for the endorsement, so even if these clothes are really expensive, I don’t suppose they buy them all the time. Not to mention they always receive so many clothes from fans on their birthdays, they might as well just wear their gifts all year round…
It has been almost 5 yrs since 2pm's debut. why cant they hold a global tour?new boy band like BAP can hold concert in USA already. And i heard dat their tickets were sold out in few mins. Do 2pm hv many fans in countries other than asain countries?
It doesn’t depend on the amount of fans. It depends on the management company and their schedule. If they have something profitable planned in Asia, I don’t see why they should go all the way up to Europe or the Americas, when the travelling expenses are that high. I mean, I want them to have a Global Tour, but 2PM needs to earn money for JYPent, because them and Suzy are probably the only artists that bring good profit to the company.
As far as their popularity in other countries than Asia are concerned, I know that there are fans anywhere. I saw Woogle map that showed Wooyoung fans living in every continent, even in Africa. However, I don’t know about the numbers, because most of the time I am exposed to the fans in Asia, and I know only a handful of fans from other countries.
Just in your personal opinion... which female group would you like seeing 2pm collaborating with? I mean, not in the WGM way, but in a dance-musical way, like the old times when they collaborated with T-ara and SNSD.
One of the reasons I don’t understand Super Junior - Kpop is not a choir competition. More than 7 people on stage and it’s already crowded, singers don’t get enough parts to sing etc. So I don’t really want any project for 2PM with girl groups.
I guess single member projects would be better, but I can’t think of anything at the moment. Perhaps Taecyeon and Tiffany would be fun lol
I am older than 2PM boys and calling them "oppa" would be rather incongruous. Also calling them just by their names would be not polite. How should I address them properly?
If you don’t speak Korean it’s perpectly fine to call them by their names. Also even if you are older than them, it’s okay to call them “oppa”, because you’re a fan. In Korean you can just use 씨 at the end of their names, which is a polite particle.
I think I covered this topic before here:
I will need to make a collage from all the multi-angle photos for this moment.