K-pop fans may have noticed that some boy groups aren’t allowed to show too much skin. The most skin you might see of your favourite male idol is when they turn away from the camera while changing. However, some groups like EXO, NCT and MONSTA X are fine with teasing their fans to some abs.
Speaking of that, MONSTA X former member Wonho (원호) is definitely not shy in posting thirst traps for his fans. The singer often posts photos and videos of himself shirtless on his Instagram that send fans in a frenzy. Although the racy photos he’s posted are intentional, he might have shown a little too much during a recent Instagram live.
As you may already known, the former member of MONSTA X is very confident in his skin as he often shows off his built physic on his social media. The singer who left the boy group back in 2020 recently did an IG Live broadcast for his fans where he shared a behind the scenes dance practice for his song “EYE ON YOU” which was released back in February.
The dance practice however paused midway as the 29-year-old and his dancers’ drinks arrived midway. What happened next shocked fans, to say the least. After grabbing his drink, Wonho wanted to check on the live broadcast. When he came closer and knelt down in front of the camera which was placed on the floor, the “BLUE” artist’s white underwear briefs can be seen through an opening in his shorts.
At first glance, fans thought the K-pop idol may have accidentally flashed one side of his testicles (again). Reactions have been mixed on Twitter with many still believe that their idol accidentally flashed his privates. Some are not surprised that this happened while others are demanding screenshots of the live to be taken down. There were also some fans who were thirsting to see more.
Luckily for the idol, it was only just his underwear. Imagined if it really was actual exposed skin during the live. So far, neither Wonho nor his label have not said anything regarding the live. The singer is probably too busy promoting his new mini album “FACADE” to even care about the recent broadcast.