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35 Heart-Robbing Photos Of ATEEZ From The ‘Kingdom’ Sports Episode, Behind The Scenes

Published on May 11, 2021
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On the most recent episode of Mnet’s competition show Kingdom, each of the six participating K-Pop groups competed against each other in a variety of sports and athletic events! Some behind-the-scenes images have been released from the recording of the episode, and these are 35 adorable candid pictures taken of the members of ATEEZ!

1. Hongjoong

ATEEZ’s leader took a break from his incredible on-stage persona to show off his cute and endearing side during the event.

2. Seonghwa

Even with the episode’s vigorous and strenuous activities, Seonghwa’s visuals remained untouched and perfect.

3. Yunho

Yunho is known to be naturally sporty among his many talents, not to mention his height gave him a great advantage in some of the events!

4. Yeosang

Beautiful Yeosang had the chance to show off his hilarious personality during the episode!

5. San

San’s cardigan may have stolen the show, but San himself was all smiles and sunshine as his usual bright and adorable self!

6. Wooyoung

Wooyoung was the star of the group, doing an impressive job in a couple of different events that had the rest of ATEEZ praising him!

7. Jongho

It’s easy to forget that Jongho is the youngest member of ATEEZ with his strong build and intense focus even outside of performing!

8. All

Only ATEEZ would show up to a sporting event wearing jeans, and still be able to show off their impressive athletic skills!

ATEEZ is a South Korean 8-member boy group formed by KQ Entertainment. They debuted on October 24, 2018 with the extended play ‘Treasure EP.1: All to Zero’. As rookies, ATEEZ were recipients of the ‘Next Generation Award’ at the ‘2019 Golden Disc Awards’, as well as being named ‘Worldwide Fans’ Choice’ at both the 2019 and 2020 ‘Mnet Asian Music Awards’ (MAMA). ATEEZ were also dubbed “4th Generation Leaders” by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, and are official global ambassadors for Korean culture and tourism, often referred to as “Global Performance Idols” by the Korean media.

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