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Well, I'm In Love!

I saw this article trending about a Japanese idol (obviously from Johnny's!) thats going viral in Korea and I CAN SEE WHY.

WHAT IS THIS BEAUTY?!

...and he's born in 2002 so i will now make my sad exit...

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A baby....
Seeing all the new younger idols makes me feel the same way lol. Also in the pic with the other guys are they also in Johnny's?
i belive so! this was when he was being a backup dancer for other johnnys groups!
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