Kpop Idols in American Football Uniforms

It's Superbowl Sunday, which is always a big deal for Americans, the commercials, the half-time show performances, and of course the actual game itself! Even known football fans like to join the festivities on Superbowl Sundays. What about Kpop fans? Would they enjoy seeing their favorite idols dressed in football uniforms? It's a rare concept in Kpop since Korea favors the other football (soccer). How about taking a look at Kpop idols who have done an American football concept! 


EXO's "Love Me Right" (2015) concept made a touchdown in EXO-L's hearts when they showed off their powerful charisma as a football team.

Juyeon (The Boyz)

The Boyz's Juyeon become everyone's high school sweetheart as he became a varsity football team captain as he confesses to you in the "Christmassy" (2020) music video.

Eric (The Boyz)

Following suit, the LA raised The Boyz's member Eric also stole hearts when he dressed in a football uniform for the 4th Anniversary THE AZIT: Field Day concept (2021).


SNSD stunned the crowd when they showed up to a Korean football game wearing pink and white football uniform-inspired outfits and performing their song "Oh!" (2010), melting the hearts of fans and onlooking football players. 


Boy group DGNA (The Boss) sported an American football concept for their single "Stumble Stumble"  (2010). Although they still looked more adorable than tough. Their voices however can tackle anyone down.


Heartthrob Wonho donned American football uniforms for his "Blue" (2021) concept. It was hard to believe he wasn't a real football player with his impressive physique! 


Last but not least is classic that can not be forgotten. TVXQ's music video for their debut song "Hug" features leader Yunho dressed in a football uniform!


Rookie group JUST B wear football uniforms in their debut music video "Damage"! 

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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