[theqoo] THE DIFFERENCE IN FOOD INTAKE QUANTITY BETWEEN NCT AND SEVENTEEN

Seventeen
"Menu eaten within 1 hour
- Beef, 10 servings
- Pork, 15 servings
- Pork rib, 8 servings
- Rolled egg omelette
- Kimchi stew
- Gambas
- Ramen, 10 bags
- Spicy cold noodles, 10 bags
- Chapagetti, 10 bags"

NCT 127
"127 has 9 male members but they can't eat more than 3 boiled chicken and 1 spicy chicken stew. The pajeon and acorn salad were almost untouched. What 'gourmand'? All of them should be out"

Dream have 7 members and they ate all of this and were cleaning up

"Wow we have 2 adults but we can't even eat 2 bags of ramen"

For NCT, they had 2 members together and couldn't even finish 2 bags of ramen. They have 7 members and said that 5 bags of spicy noodles were too much for them. As for Seventeen, they said that they usually over 20 people's worth of food.

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1. I like seeing people who eat wellㅋㅋ

2. The ramen is a bit shocking ㄷㄷ that's why all of them are so skinny

3. They especially have a lot of people who eat well and even Wonwoo and The8 eat one person's worth of foodㅋㅋㅋ and these two are not that much of a foodie 
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4. I like Seventeen because they are eating well and are also working out intenselyㅋㅋㅋ

5. They should eat to work out;; I like seeing them eat wellㅋㅋㅋ and they are also funny on top of it

6. I watched SuperM's Mtopia and none of them really ate a lot.

7. Seeing this makes me wanna watch TTT again. It's summer soon so let's go on an MT

8. I thought that they didn't eat because they were managing themselves but seems like they are just not big foodies

9. But Seventeen's Wonwoo and The8 eat less than the average personㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

10. I like seeing people eating well...

11. If you watch Going Sev, you'll see that they really eat a lotㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

12. Hul, when I eat ramen, I usually eat at least 2 bags... It kinda makes me regret

13. I watched that meeting episode with Dreamㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ and they really don't eat a lot. At that time, Mark didn't even eat a bite

14. I like seeing our kids eating well



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