Many K-pop idols earn admiration from the public thanks to their outstanding beauty and appearance. However, what makes the audience appreciate the idols even more is their professionalism.
Many K-pop idols earn admiration from the public thanks to their outstanding beauty and appearance. However, what makes the audience appreciate the idols even more is their professionalism. Many idols have scored points in their fans’ hearts with their high responsibility when they still completed their performances even though they were injured. This made the audience extremely worried, but at the same time admire the idol’s hardworking spirit.
Setting foot in the K-Pop industry since the age of 14, Wonyoung was famous as the winner of the show “Produce 48“. She attracted public attention with her gorgeous beauty and became the “national center” at the time of her debut with IZ*ONE. After the group disbanded, the female idol continued to debut with the girl group IVE under Starship Entertainment.
The beauty born in 2004 always leaves an impression in the audience’s hearts with her excellent visuals and lovely appearance. However, in recent times, she often receives a lot of criticism for her poor singing, disrespectful attitude to her seniors and being overly promoted by the company.
Despite receiving such many disreputes, Wonyoung has made many people reconsider thanks to her professionalism. Specifically, during a performance at the Kpop Click Festival on January 15th, fans were worried after seeing that Wonyoung was injured on stage.
While performing on stage, the female idol injured her knee. When she discovered this, Wonyoung was a bit panicked, but she quickly regained her composure and continued her performance. Wonyoung’s incident made many people admire how she endured the pain and successfully completed the performance.
Since his debut, Jungkook has impressed the audience with his professional performance skills and his passion on stage. Besides, BTS has always been known as a group with difficult, powerful and demanding choreography. Therefore, there have been many times the “golden maknae” were injured while performing.
Specifically, during a performance of the song “Blood, Sweat & Tears”, fans panicked when they discovered that Jungkook’s hand was injured. It is known to be caused by his ring and the fierce dance moves of the song. However, to keep the group’s performance going, Jungkook suppressed his pain and continued to dance as if nothing happened.
Like BTS, GFRIEND is one of the groups whose choreography is difficult and requires a high degree of uniformity. Therefore, the members’ injuries are unavoidable.
During their comeback with the song “Love Whisper”, fans were deeply saddened to see GFRiEND’s legs bruised from performing heavy choreography. The member Yuju also bleeds due to a cut when performing, making fans worried. However, the female idol tried to suppress the pain and fulfilled her part well.
Given the title the “King of K-Pop”, G-Dragon has always been admired by many for his talent and dedication to art in general. In addition to music products, he scored points in the hearts of the public thanks to his professional attitude.
The leader of BIGBANG is also one of the idols who got injured but still tried to perform until the end. Specifically, during the performance of the OOAK World Tour (2013) concert at Kyocera Dome, Osaka, Japan, the BIGBANG’s leader slipped and fell down.
This incident left him injured in the right ankle. However, because he was doing a solo concert, the male idol still has to continue with the remaining performances as planned. After that, he was supported by his management company and group members and was able to complete the two-week concert. After knowing this, many viewers were extremely touched and admire the male idol’s working spirit.
As one of K-pop’s top dancing machines, it’s not unusual for Lisa to get injured. When participating in the program “Youth with You 3“, the female idol once said: “I am also very sad. I also got injured myself, something might have been dislocated while I was dancing or something. The pain was so bad that I couldn’t bend my knees. But at that time I couldn’t stop and still had to go on a world tour. I still had to complete each performance perfectly and do the best in my ability.”
Besides, Lisa also shared more ways to overcome the injury and complete the performance well: “If you really can’t dance on the recording day, you can focus on singing or doing some hand moves. Don’t worry too much, everyone would understand that!”.
Being injured but still trying to perform, K-pop idols make the audience extremely respectful of their passion for the job. Because of this, fans love them even more.