As some of you may or may not know, Monsta X just wrapped up the U.S. leg of their world tour. While they were here they did a number of interviews with various American media outlets, and one of those interviews was released recently. This is one of the questions they were asked: I.M. couldn't have been any clearer with his last remark, "That's a really dangerous question." Watch it a few times, take a good look at each individual member's reaction. A lot of people are calling it cute, the fact that they're panicking, but it really just speaks to how broken fan culture is that they're terrified of a question because answering it incorrectly could possibly end their careers. I find it annoying that this isn't even the first time Access have asked an idol group this (they asked BTS, too), and it's not even a good question. What does a non-fan take away from a question like that? You could be asking about their music, their stage show, their tour in general, anything that gives fans and non-fans actual information, not some b.s. invasive personal question you probably wouldn't even ask a total stranger you just met. If we've learned anything from the recent Cube situation, it's that it seems like fans haven't much changed their opinions on idols dating. What do you think? Do fans' attitudes towards dating need to change? Do Western interviewers need to be more aware of the implications of some of their questions?