MONSTA X’s Hyungwon Opens Up About His Group Being More Important To Him Than Solo Career, His MBTI Type, And More
While introducing MONSTA X’s new song “Love Killa,” the title track of their latest album “Fatal Love,” Hyungwon described it as “a song whose key point is the [MONSTA X] members’ reserved sexiness.”
He went on to elaborate, “The killing point of the song is the overall vibe—everything is covered up [clothing-wise], but there’s still a sexy feel.”
Hyungwon also spoke about the group’s new B-side “Nobody Else”—the first song he has personally composed for a MONSTA X album.
“The other MONSTA X members helped me by giving me a lot of feedback,” shared Hyungwon. “Since it’s a song that the members personally sing, the opinion of those who’d be singing it was most important to me.”
“Because the members pulled it off so flawlessly, the song came out exactly the way I’d first imagined it in my head,” he continued. “I have no regrets whatsoever about how the song turned out.”
Mentioning that the MONSTA X members all had very different personalities, Hyungwon shared that his Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) type was INFP (introverted, intuitive, feeling, and prospecting).
Describing himself as “a textbook case of INFP,” Hyungwon recalled with a laugh, “When I looked at the examples of INFP tendencies, they all seemed exactly like me.”
Finally, Hyungwon revealed that as far as his priorities are concerned, MONSTA X as a group always comes before any solo opportunities.
“The group is more important to me than my individual career,” said Hyungwon. “I’d like to become an artist that can promote together as a group for a long time.”
If you haven’t already seen it, check out MONSTA X’s new music video for “Love Killa” here!