The Way Stray Kids’ Lee Know Cares For Felix Proves How Soft He Is For Him
Stray Kids‘ Lee Know isn’t as direct about showing his emotions as his more openly sunshine-like member Felix, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t care. He’s just more subtle about it.
During a recent episode of Stray Kids’ YouTube series “2 Kids Room,” the members discussed Felix and their leader Bang Chan‘s personalities.
Changbin pointed out that Bang Chan and Felix are the types to get sad when you don’t ask them for help. Rather than seeing helping someone as a hassle, they actually enjoy it.
Han agreed, adding that if he is working on his own things, Felix and Bang Chan will make sure to tell him that they’re available if he needs any help.
But if he doesn’t ask for help, they get upset.
When it comes to Felix, Lee Know had a specific anecdote to share. There was a time when Lee Know was making cookies, and Felix told him to ask if he needed help.
But Lee Know never asked. So, he made a mental note to ask Felix for help in the future.
The next time he made cookies, Lee Know asked Felix to help him stir, which Felix loved!
This sweet gesture proves that Lee Know knows Felix well and cares about his feelings. Fans noted the proud way Lee Know talks about Felix and that he’s so soft for him.
One fan even turned the story into an adorable cartoon.
🐰: He loved it and he worked so hard !#Straykidsfanart #Felix #LeeKnow#StrayKids #MANIAC_SKZ pic.twitter.com/d4v9Ms4oYo
— N🎪 (@ovo7ovo) May 30, 2022
Though both Lee Know and Felix have seemingly different outward personalities, fans agree that they’re too precious to dislike. You can check out why here!
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