EXO’s Baekhyun May Be A Pro Idol, But He’s Still A Newbie On YouTube And It Shows

“It’s kind of difficult for me still.”

EXO‘s Baekhyun is a veteran idol who is nothing short of professional on stage. But on YouTube, where he only recently began uploading videos to his channel, Baekhyun is a newbie who’s constantly awkward and messy – and fans absolutely adore it.

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In his latest vlog update, Baekhyun is found speaking into the void instead of into the camera. He even admits that it is not easy filming himself going on about his daily life.

To be honest, I don’t really know how I should be recording this. I mean, I’m trying to get better at it each day. But to be filming every little thing that I do, it’s kind of difficult for me still. I know you want to know more about my daily life though, so I’m working on improving.

— Baekhyun

Fans can’t believe how different Baekhyun is when he’s a YouTuber recording himself – because usually, when he’s on stage and completely surrounded by cameras up in his face, he looks like this.

Throughout the video, there are complete YouTube newbie moments that are now fascinating his fans. At one point, Baekhyun wants to try doing the “teleport” effect so he jumps out, but he ended up forgetting to jump back in. He also left a comment explaining that he is still a bit awkward recording himself in the public, so he wasn’t able to complete the teleport.

I’m still… a bit shy… to be recording myself… in the public with a lot of people… so I couldn’t do the teleport thing… Hahahaha!! ><

— Baekhyun

He also includes the part where the screen blacks out for a while, toward the end of the vlog. This happened because Baekhyun’s camera ran out of batteries in the middle of shooting. In the caption, Baekhyun explained what happened and promised the fans to charge his camera better next time!

 

His fans are totally charmed by this rookie Baekhyun. The difference between EXO Baekhyun and YouTube Baekhyun is huge and fans are blessed to be getting the best of both worlds!

Watch the full clip below:

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