There's a saying that big opportunities come along a few times in life.

Sometimes you don't even realize it's the right moment, but when it comes after you've experienced both success and failure, you usually grab hold of it and give it your all.

There's a hunger in everybody, and it's really beautiful to see people take that hunger and put their passion and effort into it.

Those are exactly the [Peak Time] in life.

#1. A Good Survival Program

JTBC's "Peak Time" is an idol team survival show, but it's one of good shows that doesn't have the "devil's edit".

The devil's edit is a path that many programs of a similar nature have taken.

It's taking disjointed scenes and stitching them together to create some sort of intended context, which can result in a completely different narrative than the original.

One of the easiest ways to add tension to a scenario in a creative work is to create a villain that anyone can identify with.

While many performers have fallen victim to editing in the past, "Peak Time" proved that you don't have to create a villain to get a good reaction.

The phrase "good survival show" may seem like an adjectival oxymoron, but it proved that it doesn't have to be.

Dae Guk Nam A(henceforth referred to as DGNA), who appeared on the show as Team 23:00, was one of the strongest contenders to win, finishing in second and third place overall.

#2. DGNA, Team 23:00's drop off

To overshadow the posting I made just before,

DGNA was dismissed from the show on April 12.

The decision was made in response to the controversy surrounding Karam's personal life on social media.

I don't think we need to go into the details of the controversy.

However, according to Karam's explanation, the controversial materials were circulating online as if they were all consistent in time and place, but they were not and were misleading.

(Excerpt from Karam's Instagram)

However, regardless of the facts, Karam chose to get off with the crew and cast who believed in him and Team 23:00 and waited for him to clarify his position, as well as Jay and Injun from DGNA, and most importantly, the fans who believed in him and supported him, thinking that he couldn't let them suffer.

And so, on April 12, with the 10th episode of "Peak Time," Team 23:00 ended their run on "Peak Time.

#3. Injun, Fans, and Fantrie

DGNA is a team that has been together for 14 years.

The same goes for Injun, and no matter what happens, they are a team.

It's a decision they were able to make because they trust each other, and as Injun himself has stated, he wants to continue to work as a team, not individually, and with a new, more mature look, so DGNA will be doing a lot of things together in the future.

Injun has been active on various stages over the years since his contract with his previous agency ended.

It was a slightly different kind of spotlight than he was used to.

He and SS501's Kim Kyujong are very close and have released music together.

The fact that Injun continues to strive and improve outside of his comfort zone is due in part to his own innate sincerity, but most of all to the unwavering support of his many fans who never stop cheering him on.

There's a difference between a public social network where anyone can look in and Fantrie.

Because it's a select channel that only those who really like it can subscribe to, Injun was able to talk about a lot of things and try a lot of things in a more relaxed way.

Injun will continue to be active in the future.

He's going to do more, and he's going to go on to bigger things.

He's definitely capable of that.

And he can be anything he wants to be because he has fans who support him and cheer him on in Fantrie.

Team 23:00 may have stepped off the stage for the last time on April 12, but there's plenty more to come.

We wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

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