Santa’s K-Pop Male Helpers!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! We at the Soompi Team wish that you are happy and healthy during the holidays! I wanted to celebrate Christmas on Soompi through a collection of K-Pop’s male celebrities in Christmas themes. Inside you will find pictures of your favorite celebrities dressed up in Christmas themed costumes. (Actually for you female fans I wanted to make a male-sexy-Santa gallery article but pictures were lacking!)

I didn’t have anything intelligible to say so after each image I have included Christmas trivia!

Giddy-up, Giddy-up, Giddy-up, Let’s go. Let’s Look at the Show~ 

1. Big Bang Seungri As Santa Claus

I could never get this right, here is the name of Santa’s reindeer: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

2. Big Bang In Christmas Themes

Did you know? Rudloph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was created as an assignment for Montgomery Ward in 1939! I always thought Rudolph was an older Christmas character!

3. Psy Doing Gangnam Style, Christmas Style!

Here’s a Christmas Joke. What did Adam say on Christmas Eve? Answer: It’s Christmas, Eve. (Har. Har. Har.)

4. 2AM Christmas Theme

Did you know? Santa Claus is a mixture of different myths including St Nicholas, Sinterklaas, and Father Christmas.

5. 2PM Christmas Theme #1

Did you know? The tradition of Santa Claus appearing in department stores originated with James Edgar and his appearance in a Brockton, Massachusetts department store back in 1890.

6. 2PM Christmas Theme #2

Did you know? In Britain, the tradition of writing a wish list to Santa was accompanied by burning the letters in fire. Burn baby burn!

7. Super Junior Siwon As a Santa

In the U.S. and Canada children leave Santa a glass of milk and a plate of cookies.

8. Super Junior in a Christmas Themed Calendar

In Britain and Australia some children leave Santa Claus sherry, beer, and mince pies.

9. CNBlue Christmas Theme #1

In Sweden and Norway children leave rice porridge for Santy Claus.

10. CNBlue Christmas Theme #2

In Ireland it is popular to give Santa Claus Guinness or milk, along with Christmas pudding or mince pies. WOOT for Santa Claus!

11. JYJ Christmas Theme Advertisement

Did you know? Putting up special decorations at Christmas began as early as the 15th century.

12. BEAST Christmas Theme

Did you know? The traditional colors of Christmas which are green and red had Christian roots. Red symbolizing the blood of Jesus and green symbolizing eternal life.

13. SHINee Christmas Theme #1

The earliest Christmas hymn dates back to 4th century Rome!

14. SHINee Christmas Theme #2

According to Venere, Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” which was released in 1942 is the best selling Christmas song of all time.

15. SHINee Christmas Theme #3

The earliest Christmas tree dates back to 1510 in Riga, Latvia.

16. ZE:A Christmas Theme

You can actually eat the bark of evergreen trees, they contain lots of Vitamin C.

17. Kim Hyun Joong Christmas Theme

Sir Issac Newton was born on Christmas!

18. Boyfriend Christmas Theme

On average it takes 7-10 years for a Christmas tree to mature.

19. MBLAQ Christmas Theme

Electric tree lights were first used in 1882. This is 3 years after Thomas Edison’s first mass public demonstration of electric lights.

20. Epik High Christmas Theme

In 1647, the English parliament had actually passed a law that made Christmas illegal. Boo hoo.

21. FT Island Members As Santa Claus

The first Christmas card was created in 1843.

22. U-KISS Christmas Theme

Did you know? If you count up all the gifts in the song “Twelve Days of Christmas” you end up with 364.

23. Infinite Members As Santa Claus

During World War I, German and Allied troops took a break on Christmas Eve. The fighters on both sides greeted each other and shook hands. It was later called the Christmas Truce of 1914.

24. Rain Christmas Theme

Last but not least, Christmas is celebrated in vast and different ways all around the world! Spain hosts a lottery, in Greece, they believe Goblins run around, and Finnish folk visit saunas. Whatever your tradition, we at wish you a merry Christmas! 

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