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Wonho: Gender Doesn't Matter, Just Cook Ramen Well

At a Monsta X meet and greet a few days ago, Wonho was asked about his ideal woman.

Turns out, it doesnt have to be a woman, they just need to make ramen well.

Start at 1:49!

I love him!

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@PassTheSuga i'll find more info and make a card later, but before debut he was bffs with a ulzzang who was a girl but was famous for dressing very boyishly. People would make fun of Wonho for being gay and Wonho was like i dont get what the big deal is, she's my friend lol
💖💖💖💖🙆💖💖💖💖 I honestly love this boy SO MUCH.
you young people are so adorable....my youngest (who is 20) says as long as her partner will clean she will cook. And she can cook almost anything (Korean food is her specialty).
Wonho I am your girl!!!!! As long as he can cook me some meat or something in return. 😂
ramen is the food i eat most of the time cause im so dang lazy 😂😂😂
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