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TVXQ′s Max Changmin Beats Out Japanese Comedian in Popularity Test in Japan

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2013.12.11 17:44 Newsen Kim Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

TVXQ’s Max Changmin′s popularity was too much for Japanese comedian, Tamura Hiroshi.

In December 10’s broadcast of KBS 2TV’s Our Neighborhood’s Masters of Variety and Sports, the members were seen traveling to Japan in order to hold a basketball match.

The members finally met with Japanese team ‘Slam Dunk.’ The ‘Slam Dunk’ members showed a sense of rivalry and competition even before the game started.

TVXQ′s Max Changmin Beats Out Japanese Comedian in Popularity Test in Japan

The ‘Slam Dunk’ member who was especially competitive was a Japanese comedian, Tamura Hiroshi, who called himself a ‘super star’ in Japan and showed much confidence.

Kang Ho Dong then suggested doing a popularity test on the spot, where both Max Changmin and Tamura Hiroshi waved towards the fans standing outside the stadium to see who received a bigger response.

The fans began cheering loudly when Max Changmin waved at them for three seconds, proving his popularity. Then Tamura Hiroshi took his turn, but fell into despair, as he got no response at all.

But Tamura Hiroshi made everyone laugh by being sad and embarrassed by the results.

Photo credit: KBS 2TV

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