The strong and beautiful friendship of BTS V’s Wooga family impressed viewers.
On August 12th, the last episode “GOOD MISTAKE” of “In the Soop: Friendcation” was broadcast. The five-member Wooga Family went skating.
In the car on the way to the skating rink, they created a warm atmosphere with their non-stop laughter while matching titles of Korean songs in the early 2000s.
When they arrived at the skating rink, V, who suggested skating, was found to have the most clumsy skills, making everyone laugh. When Choi Woo-sik gave a close tutoring session to V, whose body had a mind of its own, other members drew laughter by saying, “What’s wrong with you? Are you two in love? It’s such an eyesore.”
Each of them presented figure skating in line with the music. V showed his comical but unrestricted skills and was applauded for accomplishing his ending pose perfectly. However, he came in last.
Back to the accommodation, Choi Woo-sik made Braised Spicy Chicken and Park Seo-joon made Kimchi Fried Rice, showing off their cooking skills. After the meal, the five friends spent their last night there as they shared their sincere stories.
V recalled the memory of receiving help from Park Seo-joon while filming the drama “Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth”. V surprised everyone by confessing, “Even though it was my first time acting, I did a concert tour at the same time. I couldn’t set the mood when reciting my lines. So I honestly told Park Seo-joon, ‘I want to do well, but I don’t know how.’ Then, he helped me practice my lines one by one. He recorded them through voice notes.”
Regarding this, Choi Woo-sik said, “Park Seo-joon was very anxious and had a hard time back then.” He explained that Park Seo-joon was feeling a lot of pressure due to “Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth” after being recognized thanks to “She Was Pretty”. He then added, “It’s amazing that he did that under such a circumstance since it might be difficult for him to do so.”
Park Seo-joon said, “I was rather grateful to V. What I was grateful for is that Tae-hyung knew he was lacking and kept asking. I had never seen such a person before, and I wanted to help him because I felt that he wanted to do well.” His beautiful story, which was never easy, drew admiration from viewers.
In the morning, V made Perilla Seed Sujebi. The brothers said it was delicious, but they kept adding water as if it was salty, causing laughter.
At the end of the trip, the five friends raised expectations for season 2 by confessing, “Through ‘In the Soop: Friendcation’, we learned things that we didn’t know about each other. We look forward to the next time.”