Super Junior’s Eunhyuk Shyly Confesses That Brave Girls Make Him Nervous
Brave Girls have made their way onto this week’s episode of Weekly Idol and their episode is already making headlines. While the girls showed off numerous charms and different performances of their hit song “Rollin,” a sudden confession made by Super Junior member Eunhyuk took the cake.
As one of the MCs of the show, Eunhyuk greeted the 4 members of Brave Girls, but looked noticeably nervous while doing so. It was after their brief introduction that he shared the reason for his nerves!
Honestly, I’m a little nervous. Brave Girls are celebrities to me.
The Super Junior member further explained how his fanship came to be and that it began during their promotional activities for “Rollin” when the song was first released in 2017.
The reason is because during the time when Brave Girls was busy stealing the hearts of soldiers with “Rollin”…
Eunhyuk continued by sharing he was a soldier himself during this time!
To his adorable and sudden confession, the 4 members of Brave Girls turned their bodies toward Eunhyuk to salute him.
Brave Girls originally released their mega-hit song “Rollin” back in 2017, but were unable to see much success upon the initial release. However, 4 years later, a YouTube video of the girls performing the song at numerous different military bases went viral and skyrocketed the song and the group to unknown popularity.
Ever since, Brave Girls have been busy re-promoting their 4-year-old song that suddenly climbed music charts, getting them their first ever music show win. They have been jam packed with different schedules and variety show programs, proving their newfound star status.
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