WayV’s Ten And YangYang Are Total Opposites, And That’s Why They’re Such An Iconic Duo

They’re the ultimate dynamic duo!

WayV‘s Ten and YangYang are an absolutely iconic duo, and their complementary personalities may be why!

WayV’s YangYang (left) and Ten (right) | @WayV_official/Twitter

In a recent interview with NME, Ten and YangYang revealed what they’re like at home, and their answers showed their personalities.

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Ten said he spends a lot of time with YangYang at home in the WayV dorm. He said, “I do a lot of things with him, like watching movies and trying to drag him out of his room.” 

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Ten said he also likes spending time painting, playing with his cats, and hanging out with his friends.

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Meanwhile, YangYang revealed that he spends most of his time playing video games and sleeping in his room, which is the total opposite of what Ten does in his free time. He also revealed that he “wouldn’t go out of” his room if it weren’t for Ten asking him to hang out.

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During the interview, YangYang also explained that he’s the type of person who likes making plans while Ten tends to go with the flow. YangYang even used Ten’s spontaneity to his advantage recently by convincing Ten to buy a skateboard on a whim, even though he’d come up with a plan to convince Ten to buy a skateboard for a while!

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Ten and YangYang’s opposite personalities also show through the times when they feel the most nervous.

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Ten gets nervous while filming music videos because he has to get the perfect take in a short amount of time.

During music videos, everything has to be on time, right? And then you might get, like, two takes to film a part, and during those two takes I need to give everything I’ve got, and I need to express myself as much as I can during a short time.

— Ten

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YangYang revealed that he gets nervous before performances because there’s so much time between the music video filming and the live performances.

I think I get nervous before [performance] stages, because there’s time between finishing the music video and going on stage. So, before the stage, you’re just kind of like, ‘I can’t remember the choreography! What if I do it wrong? What if I have the wrong lyrics or anything?’

— YangYang

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Although they’re total opposites, Ten and YangYang are the perfect pair of besties, and their differences make their dynamic work!

Source: NME