Mamamoo Talks About Their Tough Living Conditions But Fun Life When They Were Trainees

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MAMAMOO Talks About Their Tough Living Conditions But Fun Life When They Were Trainees
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MAMAMOO Talks About Their Tough Living Conditions But Fun Life When They Were Trainees

Chart-topping girl group MAMAMOO revealed what their lives were like as trainees during a recent fun broadcast.

On June 25, the four members hosted a lying down show on V Live, where they comfortably chatted with fans. One of the topics they talked about was the small rooftop apartment where three of them used to live, which Solar said brought them closer together.

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These rooftop apartments (also called rooftop rooms) are not like penthouses, but rather are usually very small and inexpensive apartments that take up only part of the roof of a building.

Lee Min Ho Talks About Enlisting Later In Life And Challenges He Foresees
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Lee Min Ho Talks About Enlisting Later In Life And Challenges He Foresees

Lee Min Ho talked about his thoughts and feelings as he approaches his military enlistment.

Through the May issue of @star1 magazine, he participated in a pictorial along with an interview. During the interview portion, he was asked, How do you feel about your impending enlistment?

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He answered, I thought I would be totally cool with it and I thought it would be nothing. But I do feel a bit sad, too. He clarified, Its not about the fact that I have to enlist that makes me sad, but the fact that Im at the end of my 20s.

SHINees Jonghyun Talks About Life After His Radio Show And Girls Generations Taeyeon Being His Muse
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SHINees Jonghyun Talks About Life After His Radio Show And Girls Generations Taeyeon Being His Muse

SHINees Jonghyun made a guest appearance on MBC FM4Us Kim Shin Youngs Hope Song at Noon on April 26 and opened up about being back on a MBC radio station for the first time in three weeks.

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On April 2, Jonghyun said farewell to his show, Blue Night after being the DJ for three years and four months. Regarding this, the idol said, This is my first time back at the MBC Radio center in three weeks. The first thing I did was check to see if my entrance pass still worked. I wondered if they had cut my access off as soon as I had left my show. But it still works. I got a little emotional when I saw the light turn green.

Kim Chungha Talks About Life After Leaving JYP Entertainment
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Kim Chungha Talks About Life After Leaving JYP Entertainment

Kim Chungha recently participated in a pictorial for GQ Korea and sat down for an interview, where she described what her life was like after leaving JYP Entertainment.

The singer called herself a lucky person. When I was a 19-year-old college student, I trained under JYP Entertainment. When I turned 20, I met my current company and the show Produce 101,' she explained.

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In 2012, Kim Chungha won third place at a JYP audition. When asked whether she wanted to give up on her dreams after leaving JYP Entertainment, she responded, Rather than wanting to give up, I just accepted my situation. The environment became unfamiliar when I moved to a new agency after my team [at JYP] broke up. Before the team broke up, the members were my last hope. It took me some time to accept the fact that this was gone. Right when I thought I had reached the end, I came across another opportunity.

Kim Chungha Talks About Her Life After Leaving JYP
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Kim Chungha Talks About Her Life After Leaving JYP

Chungha talked about how she almost gave up on being a singer but through strong will and determination, continued to pursue her dream.

Chungha recently participated in an interview with GQ Korea and she talked about how her life changed after leaving JYP Entertainment.

She explained that when she was 19, she was a college student who would do everything a normal person does, from working part-time to enjoying drinks with friends. Just one year later, she was signed under her current agency, MNH Entertainment, and joined Produce 101.