The show previewed that the members would be opening up to one another with some sincere thoughts and feelings they hadn't shared before, and Cha Eun Woo shared some of them with his label senior and close sunbae, Seo Kang Jun. The young idol talked about how he didn't feel prepared for the group's upcoming Japanese showcase to which Seo Kang Jun said, "I think for me, I just need one thing that's the most important. The grateful feeling that the fans came to see me? Feeling that deep inside me, and if you have that, then even if you're not doing something extraordinary, just the eye contact, a facial expression, and simple gestures will show up when they matter."
Cha Eun Woo also had concerns about his relationship with the members, feeling sorry toward them for being the one to have so many individual schedules as well as feeling uncomfortable about it sometimes.
Seo Kang Jun, who seemed to completely understand Cha Eun Woo's situation, commented, "The way you're receiving the spotlight a little earlier [than them]?" He continued, "In any case, there's always someone who goes first. I think it's really just a matter of the right time being different for everyone. For now, you're in the spotlight, but you don't know who it will be the next time. It's only a difference in the right timing of things and has nothing to do with differences in talent. You don't need to feel sorry. Rather, you need to trust your members more. Make sure to feel as grateful as long as you're in the spotlight."
Such wise, warm, and understanding words! You can catch more of ASTRO's growth as a team on 'ASTRO Project' every Thursday on MBC Music!