K-Pop Groups With Potential Outfit Malfunctions: MAMAMOO, TWICE, and More

Lee Joon

Lee Joon, former member of MBLAQ, was invited to make a guest appearance on a TV variety show. He was invited to show some of his dance moves. Perhaps too overwhelmed with excitement, he accidentally ripped his pants at the crotch section. The other guest immediately covered his pants and moved him to the side. Lee Jun held on the cover and quickly ran backstage to change his outfit. Lee Joon’s funny accident became the talk of the nation after the airing of the program.

Kang So-ra

Kang So-ra was making her grand entrance to the 2012 Busan International Film Festival when her dress zipper broke. Actress Kang So-ra looked incredibly gorgeous when she made her entrance in a full-length red dress. She greeted fans and shook hands with them along the way. In the middle of the way, she slightly slipped and lost her balance, making her dress’s zipper break. She immediately grabbed the back of her dress as she felt there was a slit at the back. She kept the slit tightly shut as she walked back to the entrance. Luckily, her stylist found the problem and held her dress in place as she walked away from the red carpet.

MISS A

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Miss A’s Suzy suffered a wardrobe malfunction when performing on the 3rd Gaon Chart Kpop awards. While performing their hit song, Hush, her halter neck was broken and Suzy held on to her outfit during the rest of her stage performance. Occasionally, she tried to fix her outfit and tie it back behind her neck. However, she couldn’t fix it in the middle of her choreography. She became resigned to holding the strap throughout her performance. Fans and viewers praised her calmness and her professionalism for handling the problem well.

BIG BANG

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G Dragon suffered a wardrobe malfunction when he was performing at the 2009 MAMA. His tight, white pants ripped at the crotch section. However, his wardrobe malfunction didn’t ruin his entire stage performance.

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