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Chungha talks about life after I.O.I

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Published : Jun 12, 2018 - 11:51 / Updated : Jun 12, 2018 - 11:51

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Chungha said the toughest time of her life came after graduating from project girl band I.O.I that disbanded last year.

“I was going through a rough patch after I.O.I. I trusted my agency and I had faith in myself, but I was worried that people might not prefer my image as a solo artist. I really suffered from that problem,” said Chungha during a recent interview for a photo shoot with a local magazine.

She also shared that she earned the nickname “worry doll” for having too many worries, explaining that she doesn’t have her own social media account for fear of malicious comments.


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Asked if there is any musician she hopes to collaborate with, Chungha named I.O.I members without any hesitance.

“We keep in touch with each other every day. I really hope that all of us could reunite one day. For ballads, I want to work with Paul Kim and for dance tracks, Hwasa of Mamamoo,” said Chungha,
adding that soloist Lee Hyo-ri was still her role model.

What would she be doing if she didn’t become a musician?

“I think Chungha, who has a very dogged personality, might have studied psychology very hard and dance every day at the same time,” she said.

(lotus@heraldcorp.com)

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