10+ K-Pop Idols Who Would Destroy The Competition On “Physical: 100”

Who would you want to see compete?

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Netflix‘s new fitness survival show Physical: 100 has been a hit with global audiences.

Poster for Physical 100 | Netflix

Whether viewers are tuning in for motivation…

Or for “educational” purposes, fans are loving the intense competition.

In one of the episodes, competitor BBULKUP entertained viewers by asking Netflix to invite him to a second or third season of Physical: 100 since he was already eliminated.

Contestant BBULKUP | Netflix Korea/YouTube 

Although Netflix hasn’t officially announced any plans for a second (or third) season, many K-Pop fans have also talked about how entertaining it would be to see some of their favorite athletic idols go head-to-head in a similar fitness competition.

Here are 12 K-Pop idols that would dominate the competition in Physical: 100.

1. Bomi (Apink)

Although Apink‘s Bomi might be best known for her musical talent and hilarious variety show skills, the idol has often impressed netizens with her athleticism. The idol is trained in Taekwondo, having received her third-degree black belt. She has also shown her prowess in wrestling at the Idol Star Athletic Championships (also known as ISAC).

Apink’s Bomi (right) | TV-People/YouTube 

She also went viral for her powerful baseball pitch.

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2. Changbin (Stray Kids)

Although multiple members of Stray Kids would be impressive Physical: 100 competitors, Changbin fits right in with the show’s competitors, as he’s always showing his enthusiasm for working out and improving his physique.

Stray Kids’ Changbin | Stray Kids/YouTube  

Changbin was also trained in Taekwondo and is not only strong, but flexible and speedy, making him a competitor anyone would be wary of.

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3. Jackson (GOT7)

GOT7‘s Jackson is a talented idol who never fails to leave fans in awe of his skills. But before pursuing his successful musical career, Jackson was a promising young fencer. As both of his parents were athletes, Jackson was exposed to sports at a young age, becoming a Youth Olympic-level sabre fencer for Hong Kong’s official junior team.

GOT7’s Jackson

Jackson’s astounding skill as an athlete would put him in an excellent position to compete in Physical: 100, especially since a former fencer is currently competing in the show and making a name for himself.

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4. Jeno (NCT)

NCT‘s Jeno has continually proven his insane athletic ability, whether he’s working out, arm wrestling, competing in archery, or learning how to play tennis.

NCT’s Jeno | nojamdaii/YouTube 

During one live stream, Renjun and Chenle even suggested that Jeno could compete in the Olympics for weightlifting or thumb wrestling.

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5. Jeonghan (SEVENTEEN)

SEVENTEEN‘s Jeonghan has always shown his love for sports and his versatile skill.

With his love for all sports and competition, any competitor would hesitate to go up against Jeonghan.


6. Jungkook (BTS)

BTS‘s Jungkook has frequently shown off his athletic ability. No matter the sport, Jungkook has always excelled, especially in making a name for himself as an athlete at ISAC.

BTS’s Jungkook 

There’s no doubt that BTS’s “golden maknae” could easily hold his own in any competition.

7. Minho (SHINee)

When he was a child, SHINee‘s Minho hoped to be a professional soccer player. While he made his successful debut as an idol instead, Minho has always shown off his physical prowess.

SHINee’s Minho 

He is well renowned for succeeding at any athletic competition, most recently having almost won the Netflix show Run For The Money, where he showed off his insane speed and endurance.

8. Minhyuk (BTOB)

BTOB‘s Minhyuk astounded netizens with his impressive feats at ISAC. Not only was he able to win multiple gold medals with his speed and strength, but he set a record in the high jump event.

BTOB’s Minhyuk | TV-People/YouTube  

With his powerful athleticism, anyone would be afraid to go up against him.

9. Sejeong (former Gugudan)

Kim Sejeong (also stylized as Kim Se Jeong) is unequivocally one of the most athletic female K-Pop idols. She’s continually shown off her arm-wrestling prowess…

Kim Sejeong 

Her ability to lift and carry other idols easily…

Sejeong carrying MONSTA X’s Shownu 

And her overall impressive strength and speed.

10. Sua (Dreamcatcher)

Another female idol that could definitely show off her athleticism is Dreamcatcher‘s Sua, who regularly practices boxing.

Dreamcatcher’s Sua | ArtAttack/YouTube 

With her speed and power, Sua is a force to be reckoned with.

11. Sunghoon (ENHYPEN)

Before becoming an idol, ENHYPEN‘s Sunghoon competed as an international figure skater.

ENHYPEN’s Sunghoon

With over a decade of experience under his belt, having won multiple top-tier competitions, Sunghoon’s impressive endurance and agility would give him an edge if he wanted to compete in Physical: 100.

12. Wonho

As many of the Physical: 100 contestants are bodybuilders, talented idol Wonho would perfectly fit in.

Like many of the idols on this list, Wonho also trained in Taekwondo, and his insane athletic skills would make him perfectly suited for a new season of the show.

You can read more about the Physical: 100 contestants here.

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