sg: lately, there’s a friend who is having such a hard time that it pains me to watch him. with his overflowing passion for the stage, he’s the friend who quit school to come up to seoul and he, more than anyone else, practiced intensely. the person who came up with the scorpion dance, feeling proud. he is also such a talented dancer that all of INFINITE’s choreography has to be approved by him first. but recently, because of his leg injury which keeps worsening against his will, it has been harder for this friend to dance on stage like he used to. even if he clamped his teeth down to dance on stage, he would only hear criticisms in return about how he chooses not to dance when he is able to. it must have been so frustrating for this friend, who dances more passionately than anyone else, to perform while sitting at a concert where he’s with his fans and in his own words, it must’ve “felt like hell.” chingu-ya, it might not be much, but all of the INFINITE members understand, so please don’t push yourself. trust in us and just concentrate on getting better, got it?
Considering South Korea has only had the democratic right to vote in open elections since the late 1980s, its a big deal. Young people should exercise their right to vote at every opportunity and I think it’s very important to have a voice and a say in how your country is going to be run.
If you can vote in elections where you live, please please do. If more young people voted, we might have more of a chance to change the way things are.