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BTS Photos of SUJU’s Kyuhyun, SHINee’s Minho, EXO’s Su Ho Departing for India Released

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2015.02.16 18:55 CJ E&M enewsWorld Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

A set of photos has been released featuring Super Junior’s Kyuhyun, TVXQ’s Max Changmin, SHINee’s Minho, CN Blue’s Jong Hyun and EXO’s Su Ho.

On February 16, KBS 2TV’s upcoming variety Pit-A-Pat India (translated) released a set of behind-the-scene photos featuring the members departing for India.

The photos show the members Changmin, Kyuhyun, Minho, Jong Hyun and Su Ho, except Infinite’s Sung Kyu, who will be joining them in India.

The members are smiling brightly as they are filled with excitement to make new memories together in India.

Max Changmin, who will not be going on the first trip to India due to TVXQ’s concert schedules, is seen toughly hugging Su Ho, grabbing him by the neck, bringing out laughter. Minho is seen grabbing Kyuyun’s arm as he is smiling adorably with his aegyo.

BTS Photos of SUJU’s Kyuhyun, SHINee’s Minho, EXO’s Su Ho Departing for India Released

The production team stated, “Although they were awkward about reporting in the beginning, they started figuring things out on their own later, surprising even the staff members. The enjoyment of finding more about a foreign country and the members challenging themselves in the new field of reporting will present unpredictable form of entertainment.”

Meanwhile, Pit-A-Pat India is a new variety show featuring the six drinking friends reporting about the foreign nation, setting India as the background. It is set to begin in the spring 2015.

Photo credit: KBS

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