As much as we love our youthful idols, they cannot stay as babies forever! Sadly, some of our fan favorites have taken their first step into adulthood as they have left the teenage years behind in 2017! Check out the fresh-faced adults down below!
K Pop Idols Who Are No Longer Teens In 2017176 Articles
Visitors enjoy warm weather in a canola field in Busan on Sunday.
Girl's Day spilled on the secret behind 'Idol Star Athletic Championship'.
On the recent airing of 'Life Bar', MC Tak Jae Hoonasked Girl's Day if they secretly date. The girls honestly answered ''yes'', and explained that love is in the air at the annual event with idols.
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Hyerisaid, "It's funny because we can see things when we go to programs with a lot of idols." Yura added, "There are so many people there and I come to think that there must be at least 10 couples."
Prior to becoming household names, 7 of Koreas top idols worked part-time jobs just like many other teenagers.
Many teenagers and college students will work part-time jobs to help alleviate the costs of school, tuition, food, and even rent, and idols were no exception. These are the jobs that 7 of Koreas top idol group members worked prior to becoming stars.
Im Siwan is known as the idol representative when talking about perfect sons. Since elementary school, he was the class president and always received top grades. Prior to debuting with ZE:A, he majored in mechanical engineering at Busan University. He also worked as a private tutor, helping students with English, mathematics, and physics.
"The Fate of the Furious" overtakes "Beauty and the Beast" for pole position...
Bill Condon's "Beauty and the Beast" was unable to secure a fifth-straight run at the top because of the arrival of a high-octane action film from director F. Gary Gray. "The Fate of the Furious" (also known as Fast Furious 8), the eighth film in the franchise, arrived last Wednesday and scooped up the lion's share of the stubs (63.82%); from 1,467 screens around the country, "The Fate of the Furious" claimed 1.05 million admissions ($10.5 million). The film, which cost $250 million to produce, boasts an ensemble cast including Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges, and others. Worldwide, the 'F8' has already grossed over half a billion dollars.