“People think that the company trained us from head to toe. Even when we go and say thanks to the staff we worked with, they would think that we’ve been trained well. Everyone thinks that the company harshly train us like a Military School. In truth, the company only teaches us for 1~2 hours and the rest of the time, we practice/train on our own. We just try to do our best one step at a time in whatever given situation.” - Yoona
Erato: “the lovely” was the muse of lyric poetry, specifically love and erotic poetry, daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne.
In the Orphic hymn to the Muses, it is Erato who charms the sight. Since the Renaissance she is often shown with a wreath of myrtle and roses, holding a lyre, or a small kithara, a musical instrument that Apollo or she herself invented. Other representations may show her holding a golden arrow, reminding one of the “eros”, the feeling that she inspires in everybody, and at times she is accompanied by the god Eros, holding a torch.
Euterpe: “giver of much delight”. She was the daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. The muse of music, especially the art of playing the flute, and later, the muse of lyric poetry. Euterpe is almost always depicted holding a flute, or an aulos, the double flute.
She also gained renown as the cheerful muse. She was in charge of joy and pleasure and loved to indulge in flute playing.