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BTS' V, Girls Generation’s Taeyeon, Park Hae Jin, Ji Chang Wook's Unique Hobbies Unveiled

by Robie Ferrer / Jul 10, 2017 07:04 AM EDT
BTS band member V (KBS World TV/YouTube)

South Korean actors and Kpop idols are known to have busy schedules although some of these stars were able to find time to enjoy themselves and relax. Recently, the hobbies of BTS' V, Girls Generation's Taeyeon, Park Hae Jin, Ji Chang Wook and other celebrities were revealed.

BTS' V's hobby allowed him to unleash his creativity given his photography interest. The Kpop idol even uploaded some of his snapshots on social media that included black and white shots, as well as scenic views, Soompi reported.

Similar to BTS' V, Girls Generation's Taeyeon also found a creative hobby namely gel nail art. The songstress is known to sometimes do her own nail art for pictorials and even shared some of her beautiful creations online, according to the same report.

For Rainbow alum Jisook, blogging has been her hobby where she talked about lifestyle-related topics that cover fashion, do-it-yourself projects, cooking and even video games. Akdong Musician's Suhyun also turned to video blogging and recently set up her own YouTube account to share beauty secrets and other helpful tips.

Meanwhile, Highlight's Yoseob turned to boxing to stay fit and release his stress. South Korean comedienne Park Na Rae also has a surprising hobby given her interest in bartending. She even set up the "Na Rae Bar" so she could fully explore her hobby, as well as invite celebrity friends to enjoy some of her alcoholic concoctions.

For South Korean actors Ji Chang Wook and Park Hae Jin, the same report revealed how the "Suspicious Partner" star has an affinity for motorbikes while the latter is an avid collector. The "Cheese in the Trap" actor's collection includes more than 1,000 Gundam toy figures and around 1,000 Nike shoes.

In other news, Ji Chang Wook's romantic comedy suspense series continue to post steady ratings as it heads to its final broadcast week. Released back-to-back on July 6, "Suspicious Partner" episode 35 reached nationwide viewership shares of 8 percent while episode 36 achieved ratings of 9.2 percent, according to Nielsen Korea, as cited by Yonhap News.

"Suspicious Partner" only has four 30-minute episodes left before the drama ends its broadcast run. The Ji Chang Wook starrer will air its final chapters on July 12 and 13 on SBS. 

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