Luhan and Kris: Former EXO Members
Luhan and Kris are former members of the boy group EXO. Both of them are from China. Even though Luhan and Kris are no longer part of EXO, they have continued their careers in the entertainment industry.
It is very common for a wax figure of the greatest actors or actresses to be made in Madame Tussauds museum. Madame Tussauds museum is a famous museum that has branches located in many larger cities of the world, such as London, Los Angeles, and many more. But now, we’re going to talk about Madame Tussauds in Beijing, where Luhan’s and Kris’ wax figures are displayed. If you haven’t seen them yet, Channel Korea will bring you to Luhan’s and Kris’ wax figures in Beijing. Have fun!
Even after they left EXO, Kris and Luhan remained popular, though mostly in China. That’s why it is no wonder that Madame Tussauds unveiled their wax figures in China. Kris’ and Luhan’s wax figures were displayed at the Beijing Madame Tussauds museum. This obviously made all their fans visibly excited, especially all of them who live in China. If they haven’t met Kris and Luhan directly, they can at least see them every day at Madame Tussauds.
A lot of people went to the Madame Tussauds museum when they were unveiling Kris’ and Luhan’s wax figures. Moreover, Madame Tussauds unveiled them at the same time. There were fans who even kissed Luhan directly, of course, his wax figure version. Aren’t you guys jealous?
Luhan’s and Kris’ Wax Figures
If you guys haven’t seen Luhan’s and Kris’ wax figures yet, here’s the photo collection of what they look like as wax figures in the Madame Tussauds museum!
Have you imagined what would happen if Luhan had a twin? This picture might be the answer!
Even the real Kris loved his wax ‘twin’ in Madame Tussauds museum.
Don’t be confused fellas! Which one is the real Kris Wu?
Kris’ wax figure really looks the same as Kris Wu in real life, but Luhan’s wax figure looks a little bit different from the Luhan in real life. But, it was really amazing to see our idols’ wax figures displayed in Madame Tussauds museum! What do you guys think?