BTOB’s Changseop, he’s still a fool
BTOB’s Changseop, he’s still a fool
BTOB’s Changseop realizes his dream of owning a home in his beloved hometown.

In MBC's entertainment show 'I Live Alone', which will be aired on the 15th, Changseop's daily life, enjoying happiness in his newly moved house, will be revealed.

Changseop greets the morning in an unfamiliar place. He introduces his new home with a smile full of gums, saying, “This is my new home.” During his last appearance, Changseop revealed his plan to quit living in Seoul and settle in Suwon, his hometown where he was born and lived until he was 19. “It’s been 18 days since I moved in,” he said, revealing his new home with its dark brown and white interior. The interior before and after will surprise everyone.

Changseop reveals the happy changes he has made after purchasing his first ‘home’ in his life, saying, “No one says anything even if I hit the nail on the head, and I faint when I lie down.” While many things have changed due to moving to a new house, Changseop's attachment to the blanket and Baebaji morning fashion that he cannot give up causes laughter. In particular, regarding the favorite blanket that does not match the interior, he said, “I brought it from my mom’s house.” Although the environment has changed, the person remains the same, and Changseop's innocent charm makes you smile.

Even in his new home, Changseop attracts attention with his 'foolish daughter' Guri (pet dog) father moment, which is the same as before. Even when Guri commits a terrorist attack by stepping on urine on the bird's nest and biting a doll, he doesn't make a single noise and says, "I'm used to it. It doesn't destroy the house though. Guri’s dad, Changseop, says, “How fortunate I am,” and his extremely positive attitude brings warmth.

Changseop's new house, which he succeeded in purchasing for the first time in his life, can be seen through 'I Live Alone', which airs at 11:10 pm on this day.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google