During a recent voice-only live broadcast, DAY6‘s Wonpil received a particular request from a female fan—and his swoon-worthy response is going viral.
The fan, prior to making the request, explained that it feels dangerous for her to be home alone when ordering food to be delivered. That being said, the fan asked Wonpil if he could pretend to “answer the door” as her boyfriend so that she could record it and use his voice when she needs.
Wonpil, I heard it’s not recommended for women to hint that they live alone when getting food delivered to their doors. The world’s not safe. That being said, can you say “Leave it at the door, please” like you’re my boyfriend? I want to record it and use it.
After reading the request out loud, Wonpil sighed and expressed concern for how his fan(s) are seemingly dealing with similar fear on a daily basis. Calling the whole situation “unbelievable” and “weird,” Wonpil hinted at being upset at the fact that his fans need a male voice recording to feel safe enough to order food at home.
원필아 음식 배달받을때 여자 혼자 사는거 티내면안된대 세상이 흉흉해서 남자친구처럼 현관앞에 두고가주세요 말해줄수있어? 녹음해서 쓰려고
진짜 말이 안돼.. 여기서부터 이상하지않아요? 글을 쓴 마이데이가 이상하다는게 아니라 아…참 진짜 욕 나올거같아 pic.twitter.com/DI72G7Nfco
— 구막이.. (@feelingpil) February 24, 2022
This is unbelievable, really… Like, don’t you find it weird? I don’t mean that the fan who requested this is weird. I mean that… (sigh) I feel like I’m going to start swearing, seriously.
Then, Wonpil proceeded to repeat the phrase in different versions for the fan to record and use.
현관 앞에 두고 가주세요 pic.twitter.com/pfWOfpr0dZ
— v벅참v (@carpediemk1219v) February 24, 2022
Please leave it at the door. Please leave… Wait, let me try again. Please leave it at the door. Leave it at the door, please. LEAVE IT AT THE DOOR PLEASE!
When these recordings from the broadcast began circulating online, K-Pop fans praised Wonpil not only for being kind to the fan and fulfilling her request but also for understanding the reason behind the request and audibly relating to the frustration.
Wonpil is set to enlist on March 28 to serve his military duty as a South Korean Navy.