Top 11 Fails That Prove K-Pop Idols Are Still Human

2017-07-11 02:45:17 2017-07-11 03:48:53

With the birth of K-pop, idols have come to be revered and admired by millions of fans across the globe. Their flawless performances and their effortless skills make us think they have it all, but in reality, they are human just like us. As you’ll see below, idols make mistakes, and with them, they become even more adorable.

BIGBANG’s T.O.P

On the outside, T.O.P might seem like he’s always serious, but on the inside, he can be an absolute klutz.

BTS’s Jimin

Everyone has that moment when they fall off the chair. It’s a natural part of life. For Jimin… it involves kicking himself in the head.

TWICE’s Sana

Yoga really isn’t for everyone. As flawless as she might be on stage, Sana is no exception.

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon

We’ve all been there, and we all know just how much it hurts to get hit by a metal pot. G-Dragon is perfect in so many ways, it’s nice to know he makes mistakes too.

GFRIEND’s Sowon

As talented as Sowon is, rapping doesn’t come to her naturally. She’s only human, after all.

Super Junior’s Shindong

Out of all the runners in this race, Shindong is the one who deserves a medal the most. We all hate running, let’s not pretend otherwise.

Girls’ Generation’s Yuri

Ice is the greatest enemy to mankind. Yuri and Hara experience the dangers of ice firsthand, proving they can fall just like the rest of us.

SEVENTEEN’s DK

What could be worse than realizing you almost ate preservatives? It’s that scary moment when you think you’re gonna die, and then everything goes back to normal. We’ve all been there.

Wonder Girls’ Yubin

Some of us, no matter how great we look, really aren’t meant to do sports. Yubin is a great example.

BTS’s V

Falling is the most natural thing a human can do. Our precious Taehyung is very familiar with it.

Girls’ Generation’s YoonA and Taeyeon

And just when you were thinking her hair was too perfect to be real, you find out you were right.

Hey Soompiers! Have a favorite fail moment from your bias? Let us know in the comments!

J. Simpson is a Creative Writing student hailing from the U.S. with a habit for binging Asian dramas and rocking out to Korean music. She hopes to one day travel internationally and teach English. Say hello and follow her on Instagram.