2010年7月16日 星期五

T-ara Jiyeon's main complaint? "Not having high school memories"!

T-ara's Jiyeon from the movie, "Death Bell 2" was found today imitating her high school life by eating both ddukboki (spicy rice cake) and eating tempura (?).

In a recent interview with Newsen, Jiyeon said to the reporter, "I'm hungry, can I not eat anything? I want to eat ddukboki," she said with a shy smile.

While eating she said, "In school with my friends, I used to always eat ddukboki after class and relax. I thought I'd like doing that again, but it's not easy to do anymore. After becoming an idol, there's no stop!"

Jiyeon made her debut as an idol at 16 year olds while in high school. At such a young age, she wasn't able to have experience a lot of things most kids her age do or have the same memories.

"All the friends I had in middle school are still my friends, but I do not get a chance to see them a lot. Because of my unique personality, I actually did not have a lot of friends. I always wanted to make more friends, I guess."

Jiyeon wasn't able to have a normal high school experience. 'School field trips' and 'retreats' were something she was never able to do or have memories of.

"I love my unnies (older sisters, aka T-ara) and my living quarters, but because I'm such a young age I never was able to go on school field trips with my friends. I've always wanted to visit a fun place on a school field trip. The two friends that will always be my friend are my brother and sister, we always talk."

Jiyeon said, "I'm happy I have a lot of memories with T-ara." Being a combination of an actress and a singer is not easy, but being the greedy high school girl she is, this is what she dreamed of becoming.

Currently, Jiyeon is promoting her movie, "Death Bell 2". It's scheduled to be released July 28th.