Shortly thereafter, Jun’s personal Instagram account appeared online as @junhui_moon. While for the biography he kept things to a minimum with the mention of his name alongside SEVENTEEN, it’s interesting that he also wrote Jun in Chinese script, reflecting his roots.
For the first post, Jun treated the fans with a few photos of himself that read “Hi”. Shortly after that, the footage went viral, as his bandmates, including DK, S.Coups and The8, dropped comments to welcome him to the gram.
In 25 hours, Jun has now gained 475,000 Instagram followers, although he only follows 12 accounts, including the official SEVENTEEN account and his fellow members.
Check out his first post here:
Previously, it was Wonwoo, Jeonghan, DK and Hoshi who joined Instagram with their personal accounts. Now, with the addition of Jun to the roster, fans can’t wait to see SEVENTEEN’s Dino join the other members. Currently, Dino is the only idol that has yet to be made public on social media with a personal handle.
Meanwhile, on the job front, SEVENTEEN is currently gearing up for their mid-fall comeback album, as confirmed by Pledis Entertainment.