Sunday, September 25, 2016

“The Birth of 'Mong Couple'? Song Jihyo & Crush Spacing Out Battle on Running Man” plus 1 more

“The Birth of 'Mong Couple'? Song Jihyo & Crush Spacing Out Battle on Running Man” plus 1 more


The Birth of 'Mong Couple'? Song Jihyo & Crush Spacing Out Battle on Running Man

Posted: 25 Sep 2016 07:24 AM PDT



Nicknamed 'mong Jihyo' for always being caught spacing out and Crush, who won in the '2016 Han River Spacing Out' finally met of the latest episode of Running Man.

The two received a mission to compete in a spacing out battle. When Jihyo saw Crush' picture while doing 'spacing out', she commented "How could this person do this?" while laughing. Upon seeing it, Jihyo suggested, "Can I compete with him?" and went to Crush's workplace to challenge the singer.

Crush revealed "Since I watched the broadcast, Noona is really good in spacing out," in which Jihyo denied "I'm not like that though?" and proceeded to their 'spacing out' battle.

Heechul Reveals Gain's & Red Velvet Members' Nicknames Saved On His Phone

Posted: 25 Sep 2016 06:55 AM PDT



Kim Heechul reveals to members and viewers of "Knowing Brothers" the interesting nicknames of Gain and Red Velvet members saved on his phone.

As previously reported, Heechul revealed that he saved female celebrities contact numbers on his phone using nicknames that only him knows. For Gain, he uses "Eyeline" because oh her famous monolids.

As for Red Velvet members he uses:

Irene - booyeom Ee-ring 이링 = aegyo-like version of Irene
Seulgi - booyeon Nabi (butterfly) = Seulgi is featured in Henry's song "Butterfly"
Wendy - booyeom Wandi 완디 =
Joy - booyeom JoHee 조희 = combination of Joy+Hee(chul)
Yeri - booyeom Pudding 푸딩 = because Yeri loves pudding

Heechul uses 'booyeom' as nickname for Red Velvet. "booyeom" came from the cute lyrics/gestures the girls make at the start of "Happiness".



Meanwhile, seems like Heechul does not only use interesting nickname but it also suggests that he knows each people well. Netizens are very amuse with his witty.