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Are The Members of WINNER Been Taken To Jail?

by Shreya Singh / Oct 13, 2017 09:35 AM EDT
Are The Members of WINNER Been Taken To Jail?

The boys of musical band WINNER were recently spotted at Incheon International Airport in black and white striped outfit that looked like a prison uniform. Several pictures were uploaded on social media sites by the fans.

The pictures on social media show the boys wandering around freely inside duty-free shops and interacting with staff. It was reported that members of the WINNER boarded the plane for Australia.

According to the reports of Allkpop, the group was leaving to film for their upcoming show, "Youth Over Flowers". Produced by tvN, "Youth Over Flowers" is a special supplementary show to "New Journey to the West 4." The show went off-air in August.

During "New Journey to the West 4," the production staff promised to fulfill the wishes of the cast members, and Song Mino was requested to appear on "Youth Over Flowers" with his fellow WINNER members. Initially, it was started out as a joke but production gave a serious thought about it.

 The concept of the program says that the guests will be "kidnapped" and taken to a destination with a minimal amount of belongings. The WINNER members had caught onto the production staff's plans and had supposedly walked around in fancy outfits with survival gear in their backpacks.

There was news that Kim Jin Woo had been preparing for the show since the end of "New Journey to the West 4". Many-a-times he was seen carrying around a 'snack bag'. Kim Jin Woo is the lead vocalist of the band WINNER. 

tvN confirmed the news saying, "It is true that WINNER left for Korea today. Due to safety purpose of GOT7, we cannot reveal the destination. Fans can expect the boys back in mid-October." The show is expected to go on air sometime at the end of the year.

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