TWICE’s Tzuyu Confesses That There’s One Member She Can’t Imagine Being Left Alone With
TWICE‘s Nayeon and Tzuyu recently enjoyed a lovely meal together.
Since it was the first time the two of them ate out without the presence of the other TWICE members, they couldn’t avoid a slight awkwardness in the air.
During one of those moments, Nayeon insisted that she doesn’t feel awkward spending time with just one member, let alone Tzuyu. She and her members have been by each other’s sides for many years, so they’re naturally very good friends.
But honestly, I’ve spent a lot of time with just one of the girls, just the two of us. I mean, we’ve never eaten out, but I don’t feel awkward with any of the girls if we were to be left alone.
Nayeon then asked Tzuyu if she personally feels awkward being left alone with any member. Tzuyu replied that there is one specific member she can’t see herself being alone with.
I haven’t thought about it. But there’s someone I really can’t imagine being left alone with…
It turned out to be none other than Mina! As fans may know, Mina is one of TWICE’s quietest members alongside Tzuyu.
Tzuyu clarified that rather than being awkward, there would be prolonged silence. Both Tzuyu and Mina usually don’t have a lot to say, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t comfortable around each other.
Mina unnie. I mean, not necessarily awkward, but I feel like if we’re left alone, it’d be really quiet.
Although their lunch date was slightly awkward at first, Nayeon and Tzuyu quickly warmed up to each other and started talking about topics like their trainee days, texting habits, and members.
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