K-Pop Idols Who Originally Didn’t Have The Greatest Relationship With Each Other
K-Pop idols fighting is nothing new, where it’s quite normal for people that are close to occasionally fight. Here are K-Pop idols who originally didn’t have the greatest relationship with each other.
1. Key & Minho (SHINee)
Out of all the SHINee members, Minho was the first to be recruited by SM Entertainment. He knew how strict the company was about their rules, so he once told Key to clean up after himself. Key didn’t like being ordered around, so this led to some initial arguments.
2. Kai & D.O (EXO)
D.O didn’t give off the greatest first impression on the EXO members, where his bad eyesight led to some bad judgments from the members.
Kai even thought that D.O didn’t like him because he thought D.O was just glaring at him all the time.
3. Moonbyul & Solar (MAMAMOO)
Moonbyul and Solar had a small argument when they first met, where Solar thought Moonbyul was too casual towards her.
This quickly went away once Moonbyul complimented Solar.
4. Kyuhyun & the rest of the Super Junior
Kyuhyun was a late addition to Super Junior, where he was added to the group around 6 months after they debuted. The members didn’t know how to react to this, where they told Kyuhyun to sleep anywhere in their dorm.
Kyuhyun also got scolded a couple of times by the members, such as when he first introduced himself.
5. Woohyun & Sunggyu (INFINITE)
Woohyun and Sunggyu had a small fight in their early days.
The two became closer after this, where Woohyun quickly apologized to Sunggyu.
6. I.M & the rest of Monsta X
Monsta X was created through the survival show, NO MERCY. I.M was added late in the show, which didn’t leave a great impression on the other trainees. Also, Minkyun was eliminated during this time, so the trainees were extra sensitive at the time.