Yoo Jae Suk Shocks Co-Stars By Joining The Controversial “Underwear” Fashion Trend

Yoo Jae Suk Shocks Co-Stars By Joining The Controversial “Underwear” Fashion Trend

In an unexpected fashion move that’s left both fans and fellow Running Man cast members in shock, Yoo Jae Suk has taken the controversial “underwear trend” to new, hilarious heights during the recent poster shoot for the beloved variety show.

The trend, which has seen K-Pop idols and celebrities donning minimal clothing in public appearances, music videos, and social media, was given a uniquely Yoo Jae Suk twist, leaving viewers both amused and slightly bewildered.

Unlike the sleek and sexy interpretations by idols such as (G)I-DLE and LE SSERAFIM, Yoo opted for a more… elementary approach.

Decked out in short V-cut shorts that would make a middle-schooler proud, Yoo’s fashion choice prompted cast member Ji Suk Jin to comment, “You look like a middle-schooler. Your lower body looks like that of a 7-year-old boy.” The outfit choice was so unexpected that Yang Se Chan couldn’t help but quip, “Hyung, you’re half human, half beast,” sending the cast into fits of laughter.

The episode, which aired on SBS‘s Running Man, showcased the pantless looks of penalized members from the previous week — including Kim Jong Kook, Ha Ha, and Yang Se Chan — each bringing their own twist to the trend. From swim trunks under a green shower robe to black stockings and hot pants, the members left nothing to the imagination.

As the trend continues to stir debate among netizens over its impact on young fans, Running Man has managed to tackle the topic in a way that only they can: with humor, a dash of satire, and a whole lot of leg. Whether or not this will spark a new fashion movement among the show’s fans remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: Yoo Jae Suk’s take on the trend won’t be forgotten anytime soon.

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