Super Junior member Heechul remains one of the most talked about K-Pop idols today despite the fact that his group has been away from the limelight for quite some time already. On Sunday, Feb. 21, the "Sorry, Sorry" hitmaker went on a winter trip with the other cast members of "My Little Old Boy" show and Heechel revealed something that shocked his avid followers.
Super Junior's Heechul Reveals Surprising Info about His Mom
The cast members of the popular SBC show gathered around to play the traditional Yutnori game, talked about various things and, later on, got ready to sleep. Super Junior's Heechul then opened quite a very personal topic with the South Korean actor Bae Jeong Nam.
The "Black Suit" singer asked Bae Jeong Nam as to when he does plan to enter marriage and start his own family. The "Mr. Zoo: The Missing VIP" star quickly responded that he is very much likely to tie the knot when he reaches his mid-forties.
Heechul divulged that his mother wants him to get married this year before he reaches the age of 40. The mother of "SUPER Clap" singer was seen smiling as she watches the scene from the studio of the "My Little Old Boy" show.
Afterwards, Heechul turned to Tak Jae Hoon and Kim Jun Ho and said he believes that getting married and having your own lifetime partner could bring so much happiness in his life. However, he asked Jae Hoon and Jun Ho on their personal views and thoughts about being single forever.
Tak Jae Hoon said that having no spouse can totally let someone go out and come back home on his own schedule and preference. Before Heechul could even react to Jae Hoon's statement, the cast members later realized that they were actually in a room full of men who have been married for a very long time while some of them had gone through painful divorces, such as Lee Sang Min, Kim Jun Ho, and Tak Jae Hoon, himself.
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Super Junior's Heechul Confirmed to Join New JTBC Variety Show
Meanwhile, Heechul was confirmed to become part of the upcoming JTBC variety show about some individuals who wants to live independently for the first time in their lives. Titled "Hurrah for Independence," the show would follow some selected South Korean celebrities throughout the process of living far from their loved ones, which include looking for their new home to live in.
For the first season, Jaejae, AKMU and Song Eun Yi would be the primary stars of the "Hurrah for Independence" series. Spoilers have it that Jaejae would be having a 9-to-5 job and needs to keep his own house for himself. AKMU members Lee Suhyun and Lee Chanhyuk, on the other hand, would be moving out of their parents' home while Song Eun Yi, for the first time, would be living on her own at 48 years old.
Super Junior members Boom and Kim Heechul, alongside APRIL member Naeun, will be hosting the imminent new program of JTBC. "Hurrah for Independence" is slated to be released on Feb. 22, 2021, at 10:30 p.m. KST.
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Written by Nica Vaughn