2PM’s Taecyeon Reveals Nichkhun’s Thai House is Like a Palace: “Tigers Live There”

2PM Taecyeon talked about Nichkhun’s lavish home in Thailand. 

On August 31st, in the 51st episode of the KBS2 entertainment program “HK Coin,” 2PM, celebrating their 15th debut anniversary, engaged in a showdown of ‘Beast Idols vs. Beasts.’

For this, the members of “HK Coin” will present an animal kingdom where they transform into ‘Beasts’ with a dress code. Hong Jin Kyung becomes a giraffe, Kim Sook a flying squirrel, Joo Woo Jae a wolf, Cho Se Ho a tiger, and Woo Young a puppy. Among them, the original beast idols of 2PM, Jun. K, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Chansung, and Lee Junho will have a fierce battle positioned between the members of “HK Coin” and Woo Young.

Nichkhun’s house in Thailand draws everyone’s attention. When the members of “HK Coin” ask about the truth of Nichkhun’s house, which is referred to as the Thai Prince’s residence, Nichkhun responds with a warm smile, “It’s just a nickname.” 

In response, Taecyeon remarks, “Nichkhun’s Thai house is like a palace,” and adds, “Tigers live there.” This surprising and fascinating revelation captures everyone’s attention. Kim Sook, with sparkling eyes, asks, “Can’t we go visit?” and immediately adopts an attitude as if she’s about to fly to Thailand. 

In a polite prince-like manner, Nichkhun responds once again, saying, “Please come visit.” Chansung, surprised by this, exclaims, “Hyung, be careful! We might get stamped right here!” trying to playfully stop him. With a sense of anticipation, as if he had been waiting for this moment, Joo Woo Jae in his wolf attire retorts, “We might be able to go there in September.” Hearing this, Hong Jin Kyung predicts, “This scene might become material for a future episode.”

However, Nichkhun, who gained attention by readily offering to lend Woo Young tens of millions of won during the early days of “HK Coin”, once again showcases his cool side. Nichkhun says, “November sounds good,” and earns cheers from the cast members.

Indeed, the members of “HK Coin” are now intensely interested in whether they can visit Nichkhun’s Thai house, a palace-like residence where tigers live, this coming November.

Source: Daum.

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