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A JYP male idol cried for an hour on stage, what’s the reason?

During the concert, a male idol couldn’t hold back his intense emotions on stage.

Recently, a special moment of a Stray Kids member has been shared widely, making fans deeply touched.

During the group’s concert stage performance, fans recorded the scene where Felix picked up each fan letter and couldn’t contain his intense emotions. Felix was sobbing that his body was shaking for an hour on stage.

The moment Felix (Stray Kids) cried at the concert
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Felix sobbed, making his whole body tremble.
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He respectfully picks up every fan letter

This moment is receiving a lot of reactions from netizens, everyone is extremely touched by Felix’s sincere feelings:

  • So cute!
  • I’m not a fan but still deeply touched by this video
  • He indeed loves his fan so much!

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, many activities of Kpop idols had to be postponed for quite a long time. Only recently have events such as concerts, fan meetings or fansigns gradually returned to normal. Activities that used to be so ordinary these days have become very special for both idols and fans.

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Activities that used to be so ordinary have become very special for both idols and fans

Moreover, Felix is known to be being treated for herniated disc disease, so he must limit excessive activities that put pressure on the body. Therefore, it is understandable that Felix could not suppress the strong flow of emotions at that moment. Even the fans themselves feel happy and grateful to be able to directly support their idol’s activities after a long time.

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It’s understandable that Felix couldn’t hold back his strong emotions at that moment
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Even the fans themselves feel happy and grateful to be able to support their idol’s activities

Stray Kids is having a concert called Stray Kids 2nd World Tour “MANIAC” taking place at Jamsil Stadium, Seoul from April 29 to May 1. This is the group’s second tour in two years since 2019.

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