Elementary School Kids Dont Recognize Jaejoong Ask If Hes An Online Streamer

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Elementary school kids don’t recognize Jaejoong, ask if he’s an online streamer
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Elementary school kids don’t recognize Jaejoong, ask if he’s an online streamer

JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong felt humiliated after a group of elementary school kids in his own hometown failed to recognize who he was. 

Jaejoong recently visited his hometown in Chungcheong and broadcast his trip live online. The visit was part of his appointment as the honorary ambassador of the Gongju and Baekje Culture Festival.

Jaejoong also included his alma mater in his visit and met a group of elementary school kids along the way. He approached the students and greeted them enthusiastically: “Hello. Who do you think I am? I’m your senior,” he asked. 

9 Korean Stars Who Used to be School Presidents
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9 Korean Stars Who Used to be School Presidents

These 9 amazing stars showcased their strong leadership skills long before they made their debut. 

The hard training stars go through to become the singers and actors they are today isnt an easy task to complete, but these celebrities stepped up their game and aimed higher. As it turns out, many of our favorite celebrities showed that they were high-aiming go-getters long before they shot for the stars. These 9 K-Celebs became the presidents of their schools through diligence, hard work, and charisma, and were perhaps honing these skills that helped them get where they are today.

Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore
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Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore

Young South Koreans are moving away from the idea that everyone should get married.

Statistics Korea recently surveyed 38,600 South Koreans aged 13 and older on their views concerning young couples and marriage. Results of the survey showed that more than half, 51.4%, of South Koreans between the ages of 13 and 24 believe that marriage is not a necessary practice for them.

More than half of young South Koreans dont think marriage is necessary

Dream Catcher dance 3x as fast to 'Good Night' and rap to children's songs on 'After School Club'
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Dream Catcher dance 3x as fast to 'Good Night' and rap to children's songs on 'After School Club'

The April 18 airing of Arirang TV's 'After School Club' featured girl group Dream Catcher promoting their new song "Good Night."

Various fun segments were presented such as the members dancing in triple the normal speed and trying to rap children's songs, causing much laughter among the viewers.

SEE ALSO: Dream Catcher rock out in 'Good Night' dance MV

Watch as the girls flail around trying to catch up with the intense pace as well as making funny gestures while rapping in the highlight video above.

Jaejoong Was 'Taken Aback' of Yoochun's Marriage Hence the Puzzling IG Photo, Reveals A Close Jaejoong Insider
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Jaejoong Was 'Taken Aback' of Yoochun's Marriage Hence the Puzzling IG Photo, Reveals A Close Jaejoong Insider

Fans of JYJ's Jaejoong were puzzled regarding the K-pop idol's most recent Instagram post that read "NO". An insider close to the idol then explains the true meaning behind the puzzling photo.

According to Koreaboo, the announcement of Jaejoong's co-JYJ member, Yoochun, may be the reason behind Jaejoong's most recent Instagram post. Yoochun surprised everyone when he announced his marriage last week.

Fans believe that Jaejoong's Instagram post was to express his frustration regarding Yoochun's announcement. Apparently, Jaejoong and the rest of JYJ were kept in the dark by Yoochun.