Infinite Worries About Depression After World Tour Ends in High Cut Pictorial
Infinite has transformed into winter men and talked about a variety of things such as their world tour winding down, Hoya‘s thoughts on “Reply 1994” and Sunggyu‘s two cents on the variety show, “The Genius.“
On December 4, High Cut magazine revealed its pictorial featuring Infinite. The seven members posed for the camera with a natural atmosphere as they are captured yawning or looking tired. These poses probably came even more naturally since the Infinite members have gone through a brutal schedule for the past few months.
During the interview, Hoya, who was in the “Reply 1997” cast, talked about the second season, “Reply 1994” and said, “I think the second season is much more fun than the first. Last year, a lot of people around me kept asking me who Sung Shi Won’s (played by A Pink‘s Jung Eun Ji) husband is and honestly, even if I knew, I couldn’t tell them, and I felt bad for not being able to tell them. I’m sure that’s how the current cast feels right now if they do know the ending.”
Sunggyu, who was part of the variety game show “The Genius,” commented on who he thought would be the winner of the upcoming second season. He said, “I think the winner will be the very smart and game-lover, Eun Ji Won. I think the season two contestants should watch out for Hong Jin Ho, who is a very good solo game-player and have Lee Sang Min for an ally since he gets along with everyone.”
Sungyeol and Woohyun talked about their currently ongoing world tour and said, “I think it’ll feel really empty once it’s all over. We’re worried that if those empty feelings get worse, it’ll turn into depression.”
Sunggyu added, “After a concert is over, it feels like I have lost my way in life. So once the tour is over, the members are going to open a clinic, make a plan and go on a vacation.”
Lastly, the Infinite members commented, “We are planning on releasing a new album in the latter half of 2014. Starting with year-end ceremony performances, we will be promoting in the country for the latter half of next year.”