“I’ve seen many people on facebook and twitter who wants to know what it feels like to be a foreigner working in the k-pop industry. Well, first of all I’ll have to say it’s not as easy as anyone think. Because the Thai culture and Korean culture are really different, I find it really hard to adjust myself to the Korean culture. I came here since I was really young and had struggled a lot to be standing at the place where I am standing now. I might not have the face or body of what people think k-pop idols should look like, but I am happy of what I am. I am proud to represent my country and I am proud to be different. I believe that being different is a beautiful thing.”
Congratulations on making it to your 100 day anniversary with a lot of success! Even before debut you were bringing joy to others with your pure as crystal hearts. You all have been working hard nonstop since debut showing all of us fans amazing songs and performances. Here’s to many more bright days to come!