7 K-Pop Stars and Groups Who Have Shown Their Homes on ‘Point of Omniscient Interfere’

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Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in the lives of K-Pop idols? The MBC show Point of Omniscient Interfere takes viewers on a tour of their dorms and houses, revealing some surprising details. Get ready to see how your favorite stars unwind, argue over who gets the biggest room, and maybe even whip up a post-workout snack!

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Jay Park

Jay Park‘s place was featured on MBC’s Point of Omniscient Interfere. The MCs were surprised to see how different his home was from his usual fashionable image. It had a cozy, homey, and a little bit of quaint vibe that totally fit a family atmosphere. When the MCs jokingly remarked, “We expected a giant mansion with marble floors!” Jay Park chuckled and replied, “Yeah, I’d love to live in a place like that. But what can I do?”

Karina and Winter of aespa

Aespa’s dorm was revealed for the first time on TV. The dorm had a wide hallway leading to a spacious and tidy living room. Contrary to expectations of it being flashy, the living room had warm cherry-colored molding and wooden floors. There was a huge clothes rack in the living room, and towels were neatly arranged on it. The members’ individual spaces were different from the living room, each with its own unique personality. Karina and Winter shared a room, while Giselle and Ningning shared another.


The show also offered a first look inside IVE’s dorm. IVE’s dorm had three small rooms and one large living room. An Yujin, Jang Wonyoung, and Kim Ji Won each had their own room, while Gaeul, Rei, and Leeseo shared the living room. The living room had partitions to create personal spaces for the members.

TWICE’s Nayeon and Momo

TWICE’s Nayeon revealed her team’s dorm, a space that surprised some. The dorm was spacious from the living room with a panoramic view of the Han River. However, the hallway past the living room had horribly torn wallpaper and a damaged floor. Nayeon’s manager said, “You might think it would be clean and cute, but in reality, there are iron marks on the floor and the wallpaper is torn here and there, so I’m worried. Nayeon is more clumsy than she looks. Perhaps that’s why fans sometimes mistake her for the youngest, even though she’s actually the oldest.”

MONSTA X’s Shownu and Joohoney

MONSTA X’s Shownu and Joohoney also gave viewers a peek into their dorm. The dorm had a spacious living room and was neatly organized. Shownu woke up and immediately started exercising, and then shouted to Joohoney, who was in another room. Joohoney responded with “Okay!” and started exercising in his own room. Shownu and Joohoney also took off their shirts without hesitation, showing off their toned bodies.

SEVENTEEN’s Seungkwan and Mingyu

Seungkwan and Mingyu opened the doors to the SEVENTEEN dorm, where six of the members live together. It was a busy scene even before dawn, with three managers arriving to wake everyone up. One of the show’s hosts couldn’t resist asking Mingyu, “So, how’d you guys decide on roommates when you first moved in?” Mingyu chuckled and said, “Rock-paper-scissors! Honestly, the most nerve-wracking game I’ve ever played. It was also the first time I got my own room. With four rooms and six of us, it was two people per room for two of them, and one person each for the other two.” He added with a laugh, “And guess what? That rock-paper-scissors match determined our roommates for two whole years!”

Jeon Somi

Jeon Somi invited viewers into her home, where she lives with her parents. The house itself was a standout – a unique structure with a luxurious vibe. Jeon Somi even has a furry roommate, a pet cat named Zoro. Cameras caught a glimpse of Jeon Somi’s daily routine – brushing her teeth while busting a move in the mirror. Later, she even whipped up a DIY Greek yogurt parfait with fruit and nuts to share with her manager.

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