Contrary to Cha Eunwoo’s humble story, it seems that even when he was a student, he was very popular in school.
When it comes to the new generation Kpop visuals, it is impossible not to mention Cha Eunwoo (Astro). He is so handsome that he is called the ‘face genius’ and becomes the ideal boyfriend of many girls. Because of this, many people wonder if when he was a student and not a famous idol yet, was Cha Eunwoo be the boy that all the girls had a crush on?
When asked about this issue, Cha Eunwoo claimed himself to be really unpopular with the girls. He explained, ‘Because I like to play sports, I mostly spent time with the boys. Moreover, my cheeks were pretty chubby then. I only hear people say I’m handsome after I started being a trainee. ‘
However, the truth is that Cha Eunwoo is either too humble or ‘too dumb’ to realize that there are people falling for him. Many of his schoolmates said that when he was in school, no matter what grade, he was the most popular male student. In particular, not only the students but the teachers also admire his visual.
A person who went to the same school with Cha Eunwoo once shared a story about him on Theqoo: ‘Cha Eunwoo is so handsome that teachers want to take pictures with him. Not only that, the teachers also intentionally asked him to do all sorts of things to see him often, that’s because he’s not only handsome but also good at studying and playing sports.”
Another time, a Knet also recounted his memories of going to the same school with Cha Eunwoo on the Pann forum: ‘When he walked into the school cafeteria, everyone surprisingly turned silent. Everyone is busy looking at his handsome face.’
In terms of Cha Eunwoo’s visual and academic performance, these stories really are not exaggerating. Ever since he was young, Eunwoo was very pretty and the older he gets the more handsome he is. With a face ‘even more beautìul than flowers’, no wonder why even the teachers want to see him a little longer.
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