Shinhwa VS 2PM, Who is the Real Beast Idol Group?
By Staff Writer | September 02, 2012 01:54 AM EDT
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MBC "God of Victory" is scheduled to air its first episode this coming weekend. This competition is drawing a lot of attention because of the two big name idols, old and young, competing against each other.
The games include moving pieces of paper with your mouth, arm wrestling, long jumping and hammer hitting. There are a total of 9 rounds and Kim Soo Ro won the preliminary rounds for 2PM. Tak Jae Hoon confidently stated that they would beat the other team with his sly intelligence.
2PM couldn't hide their anxiety in competing against the senior idols. They commented, "We really respect them but we really want to win this battle." Shinhwa showed off confidence as the senior group but while in the waiting room, they were seen practicing and preparing as much as they can to win the battle as well.
Moving a piece of paper with your mouth was interesting to watch because of the male-male interactions that the game required. 2PM, usually known for their tight teamwork, had a slightly difficult time with this game but as they continued to practice, they did not hesitate in putting lips to lips. Shinhwa, on the other hand, said that kissing is a part of their teamwork and showed off unreluctant kisses on other members' cheeks.
This big match competition titled 'Beast Competition' will be aired on Sunday.
Photo Credit: MBC
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