SHINee’s Key and Minho revealed how they were once nearly at each other’s throats.
On the April 26 broadcast of tvN’s Taxi, the SHINee members appeared to talk about their trainee days and how they became a part of one of the representative groups in the K-Pop boom.
On the question asking whether the members got into any fights with each other, Key answered, “Minho and I fought a lot.”
The reason was because of Key’s strong Gyeongsang dialect. Minho would often think that Key was being angry at him when he wasn’t because of the strong and forceful dialect, and on top of that, the fact that the two were senior and junior when they were trainees made them drift further apart.
Key said, “I didn’t understand why we had to divide senior and junior when we were the same age. I kept acting up in front of him when Minho tried to act like a senior. Then once we got into a big fight. Even the people around us tried to stop us from fighting.”
The two then because awkward around each other for the next two years, and the awkwardness continued even after they debuted. Now, however, the two are best friends.
“We’re really close now,” Minho said. “After living together for five years, we’ve become closer than family.”
Key also said, “Now, no one really fights much. We know what everyone doesn’t like.”
The group continued to delve into the workings of the female mind with questions asking how men should kiss women, and why women contact men.
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