SM Rookies′ Yuta Places Filial Piety Above Dating
SM Rookies′ Yuta said filial piety is more important than dating.
Yuta displayed his filial piety on the August 31 broadcast of JTBC′s Non-Summit, offering his honest opinion to an indecisive viewer.
When asked, "What would you do if your mom′s birthday overlaps with your girlfriend′s birthday?" Yuta, Japan′s representative on the show, said "Your mom is with you your whole life, but you and your girlfriend can break up."
Tyler, who represents the U.S., said, on the other hand, "If you eat lunch with your mom and dinner with your girlfriend, there′s no problem."
On the topic of holding it in when you have to use the restroom, Andreas Varsakopoulos of Greece said, "When you go to the restroom later, it feels really refreshing," turning the studio into a sea of laughter.
Photo credit: JTBC
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