Boy Group Omega X Reveals Debut Trailer BTS In Their Reality Show

Omega X teases debut in their reality show, ‘Loading – One More ChanX.’

Upcoming boy group Omega X revealed what it’s like to debut as a K-pop idol group.

On May 5, Omega X dropped the fourth episode of “Loading – One More ChanX” (pronounced Chance) starring the 11 members – Jaehan, Hwichan, Sebin, Hangyeom, Taedong, Xen, Jehyun, Kevin, Junghoon, Hyuk, and Yechan–on its official YouTube channel and VLive.

Episode 4 took a behind-the-scenes look at Omega X’s debut trailer, revealed the members’ hopes and dreams for their debut stage, and showed the members enjoying the “flip the water bottle” challenge and fried chicken mukbang.

Starting with Hangyeom and ending with Yechan the 11 members took turns filming an individual debut trailer on stage filled with laser lighting. Each member showed off his self-choreographed solo,while the rest of them sat back and monitored the performance. In the following group dance, the 11 Omega X members showed perfect teamwork and threw their hat into the ring for a second chance in K-pop.

Later during the water bottle flip challenge, Hwichan, Xen and Kevin plotted against the rest in the hopes to feed them mint chocolate flavored fried chicken. With Xen’s success in flipping the water bottle, the Omega X members won fried chicken, although they came in unexpected flavors such as mind chocolate, chocolate and mango.

Omega X is an 11-membered upcoming boy group set to debut next month. Omega (Ω), the last letter of the Greek alphabet, means a new beginning and dreams, while the alphabet ‘X’ denotes infinite love and hope, symbolizing the members’ wish to stay with the fans from the beginning to the end. Omega X’s reality show “Loading – One More ChanX” airs every Wednesday and Saturday at 9pm KST on official YouTube channel and VLive.

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