Tweet K-pop gives us so much: Idol reality tv shows give us a chance to get to know our biases better as they play games, hang out and generally make us laugh. If you haven't watched these ones, we highly recommend getting started.
Available to watch for free on BTS ' V Live channel, the show features the group doing challenges, playing games and generally having fun. There's 48 episodes and counting! Wanna One Go There's two seasons of this show where we watch Wanna One have fun and be generally silly for the cameras.
In season two they even get a special hideout where they have private rooms styled for each of their personalities. The first time round they faced challenges on an island, the second time was in Japan. All five members are present as they go on a camping trip where they have to guess whose mum made their food, play games and have their managers spill secrets about each other. There are challenges - usually revolving around how much money they can spend - but for the most part it's a chance to see the group's members holidaying and getting to hang out without too much pressure on them.
Super TV The actual definition of 'everything and the kitchen sink', if there's something you've wanted to see Super Junior do, they're going to do it on Super TV. They've done couples-style hang outs, athletics and home shopping channel appearances - it really is all there. The show revolves around the group having to raise a child, dealing with all the daily problems that come with it, and a lot of hilarity ensues. Monsta X-Ray The perfect way to get to know Monsta X better, this show has two seasons and some truly bizarre moments, from them dressing in traditional Korean outfits to reenact village life long past or taking care of kids in a preschool.
We learnt a lot and many a meme was born in this series. Real GOT7 The ideal intro to anyone knew to GOT7 , these short episodes feature members doing challenges like making cocktails all the way through to behind the scenes on photo shoots and performances. Jackson's energy alone will have you binge-watching the series. The premise of the show is that the group gets kidnapped and sent off without their belongings and they have to make do with what they have on them and the limited money given to spend each day.
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