This week’s 5 sexiest #asianhunk posts on Instagram

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Yen Feng

Yen Feng

Yen is the editor of asia.gay. You can reach him at editor@asia.gay.

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Ah, to be able to travel again and look at all the hot boys irl! Until then, here’s our weekly round up of hotties from Asia on Instagram. Enjoy!

1. @breeze_jinda1989

This Bangkok-based freelance model mostly models underwear on his Instagram account, and he definitely looks great in them. He’s also a new father! And we can’t wait to call him Daddy.

2. @allzpark

Based in the southern city of Surat-Thani, this personal trainer loves water sports. He’s often seen surfing or paddle-boarding on his Instagram account. We’d love to get wet with him sometime…

3. @romeo_calisthenics

Romeo is a personal trainer in Jakarta and often posts his workouts on Instagram. He’s also the owner of a gym (@caliathic_) that focuses on calisthenics exercises!

4. @yitinchen1111

This Taiwanese hunk is 99% shirtless on his Instagram account and we ain’t complaining! Tim also loves to play basketball, and he is welcome to dunk in our hoops anytime ๐Ÿ˜‰

5. @_juyeop

What is it about a man in white briefs and athletic socks that’s just so irresistible?

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