ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo Is The Biggest And Luckiest Fanboy Of Peder Elias, And His Reaction Is Everything

Fans of ASTRO‘s Cha Eun Woo love him for his amazing music skills, acting skills, and amazing personality. He is a well-known celebrity, and even other well-known celebrities are fans of him.

But Cha Eun Woo showed his true fanboy side in recent videos on his new YouTube channel when he got to meet and work with one of his favourite musicians, Norwegian singer Peder Elias.

Fans knew that the two singers would work together because Peder Elias revealed Cha Eun Woo‘s real personality on Instagram.

This showed that Cha Eun Woo was indeed a successful fanboy because he had been talking about how much he liked Peder Elias for so long.

But fans weren’t ready for how angelic their song “Bonfire” would sound when they worked together. And they definitely weren’t expecting to see Cha Eun Woo‘s own cute fanboying.

Even though Cha Eun Woo is a well-known idol, he didn’t want to tell Peder Elias that he had sent him a DM six to eight months ago.

Even though Cha Eun Woo didn’t hear back, he “kept waiting” until he heard that Peder Elias would be performing in South Korea.

One of Cha Eun Woo‘s employees ran into one of Peder Elias‘s and told them the story. This is how they were finally able to work together.

Even before Cha Eun Woo met Peder Elias, he “felt shy” and practiced how to introduce himself. And, like any fan would, he was excited to hear the singer’s voice close by.

They got along right away, and Cha Eun Woo even made a joke about Peder Elias not responding to his DM. Which Peder Elias quickly explained was because he hadn’t seen the message.

Cha Eun Woo talked about how excited he was about Peder Elias‘s new music. And because Cha Eun Woo had a shoot during Peder Elias‘s upcoming concert, the singer told Cha Eun Woo that the next time he comes to South Korea, he’ll “invite Cha Eun Woo to his show.

Even though Cha Eun Woo is a very famous celebrity, he is also a very normal fanboy. Here you can hear their amazing version of “Bonfire.”



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