Former Produce 101 Season 2 trainee Takada Kenta took time to talk about his experience on the popular survival program as well as the unexpected popularity of JBJ.
When asked whether it was difficult and lonely to be on the show, especially as the only Japanese trainee, Takada Kenta responded in an unexpectedly positive manner and said, Actually, people didnt realize I was Japanese initially. They only asked if I was Japanese after I put on my name tag. There were many people who started up conversations with me first and others who asked me to help them learn Japanese. I also had my first experience with communal living through the program, and it was a lot of fun. If I was asked to appear on the show again, I would definitely want to.