Hongki of F.T. Island Blames Juniors For Putting Career in The Ditch?


Hongki of F.T. Island Blames Juniors For Putting Career in The Ditch?

Hongki of F.T. Island Blames Juniors For Putting Career in The Ditch?

FNC Entertainment’s “F.T. Island” recently appeared in tvN’s recording for their variety show “Our Life School”. During the filming, member Hongki revealed his honest thoughts regarding his career. As reported by All Kpop , Hongki expressed how he felt like he is slowly being forgotten by everyone. In his explanation, Hongki pointed his fingers to his junior singers. As stated by Hongki, he somewhat blamed his juniors that are debuting with new songs and albums. Apparently to him, they are the reason why his career has fallen into a “slump”.
Hongki also added how these brand new juniors make them and other seniors feel frightened and overwhelmed. “We wish to live a big, lavish life; however, [we] are always trapped in a minuscule life,” says Hongki. Hongki and the rest of F.T. Island are the first guests by tvN’s newest variety show “Our Life School”. The show’s doors are always open for singers, actors, and other TV personalities to come in and share their life experiences and as well as solving their problems together. In other news, Hongki and his girlfriend, actress Han Bo Reum, have split earlier this year in February. This was confirmed by both the idols’ agencies, as reported by Soompi . First reports of Hongki and girlfriend Han Bo Reum broke out in February 9. At this time, both their agencies have no knowledge of the news. However, after checking with Hongki, FNC Entertainment confirmed that the two really did break up. In the agency’s explanation, it was revealed that the only reason they broke up was because they grew apart. The very first reports of Hongki and Han Bo Reum split was in November of 2016. The two reportedly met in 2014 in SBS’ “Modern Farmer” because of their similar interest in bowling. The two dated for a total of 3 months.

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