[Translate] 2PM Show Q&A – Junsu Wooyoung Junho

Q: It seems that lately 2PM are the models for mainstream variety. Do you think so as well?
Junsu says that it just happened that way and he personally doesn’t think that they are mainstream. He didn’t have any wish to be involved in the variety in the beginning. He just wanted to make music. He also thinks that it’s best to show your true self during variety programs. 

Q: What if your girlfriend would wear her pants as low as you?
 Junsu says that it is out of question, because it would cause a lot of trouble. He says that even though there are a lot of people in his circle of friends who wear their pants like that, but a girlfriend should never do that. 
Q: What makes oppa’s heart beat?

 Wooyoung says it’s dance.The reason for that is whenever he’s dancing to the music or just imagining it, he thinks he’s the happiest then. He says he’s a singer, because dancing is very interesting, and music makes him excited. Following the rhythm is happiness.

Q:  What’s the method to have good skin?
Wooyoung says that he’s not exactly sure. He says that up to the high school days he didn’t have much trouble with his skin. But when he reached his 20’s the things got worse, and he was really worried and stressed about it. He says that he has to take care of his skin a lot, because it gets damaged from all the make-up that he needs to wear. He says one has to wash one’s face well, then use skin lotion.
Q: Do you shower first? Do you wash your head first? Do you wash your face first? Do you brush your teeth first?
 Junho says he washes his face first, then his head, then he takes a shower and brushes his teeth.Then he says, that it’s wrong, he goes into the shower first, let’s the water run, washes his face, then his hair, and eventually brushes his teeth. 
Q: What’s “instant” to Junho?
Junho says that it’s something that is easy to come across and something very popular. He says that even though he said that Junsu’s songs are “instant, he didn’t mean it the bad way? It’s just something that everyone likes.

Note: “instant” has a little bit derogatory meaning in Korean vocabulary, because it usually refers to instant noodles or instant coffee, that are cheap an of lower quality.
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