Finally, MONSTA X will be appearing as a group on the JTBC entertainment program Knowing Brothers.
Several members of the Starship Entertainment boy group have already appeared on the said variety show. Specifically, Shownu was the first MONSTA X member to appear on the show during the July 14, 2018 episode. Shownu then returned with Joohoney on July 11, 2020.
Minhyuk, Hyungwon, and Joohoney also had a special appearance at the program's After School Activities for two consecutive episodes. Another opportunity for the boys came when Minhyuk and Joohoney returned for episodes 317 and 318 alongside other artists, such as 2PM members Jun. K and Wooyoung, ASTRO members Moonbin and Yoon Sanha, The Boyz members Juyeon and Q, Park Goon, and Na Taejoo for the 2022 Knowing Brothers Wrestling Competition.
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MONSTA X Confirms Group Appearance on Knowing Brothers
On March 7, Starship Entertainment announced that all MONSTA X members will appear on the JTBC show Knowing Brothers. With the exception of Shownu, who is currently serving in the military, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney, and I.M will have the recording of the show on March 9. MONSTA X's episode will air sometime in April.
MONSTA X has appeared in Knowing Brothers separately before. This time, the members will appear side by side, which guarantees viewers an episode filled with exemplary team chemistry and applaudable entertainment sense.
Specifically, MONSTA X is known for being natural comedians. As the news of MONSTA X coming to the show continuously draw attention, the cast members' reactions upon meeting Kihyun and I.M for the first time also increase expectation.
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MONSTA X members get a chance to showcase their fun and entertaining side
In South Korea, appearing in the JTBC program means that you are popular and well-known to the public. As Knowing Brothers is aired on a cable network, they pretty much give attention to whether their guests will attract a huge number of viewers, so having MONSTA X as the guest is an achievement for the group.
Particularly, the boy groups that have appeared as a group are EXO, SEVENTEEN, Super Junior, Wanna One, Super M, and BTS.
MONSTA X debuted in 2015 and has appeared in several variety shows, and receiving a love call from Knowing Brothers is a wonderful feat. Not to mention that MONSTA X had already surpassed the 7-year curse for boy groups, and continuously boasts a strong global presence even in its ninth year in the industry.
Above all, MONSTA X has already been recognized as a trustworthy entertainment idol group for appearing in a number of variety shows. Specifically, each member acted as regular hosts for several programs, such as Naver NOW's Vogue Ship Show, Midnight Idol, Idol Radio, Back to the Idol, SBS' Inkigayo, and M Countdown.
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MONSTA X produces its own entertainment program
Recently, MONSTA X has received an active response as the members provided fun and laughter with their self-produced YouTube show. The members thought that it was about time that they produce their own content for their fans, MONBEBE. They even went online to ask for fans' help in naming their show.
Meanwhile, MONSTA X has released its 12th mini album Reason in January, with the title track "Beautiful Liar."
In addition to dominating various charts domestically and internationally, the powerhouse group further proved its global presence by bringing home music show wins and topping the Worldwide iTunes Album Chart, as well as charting all songs from the recent album on the Worldwide iTunes Song Chart.
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