Achieving fame as a K-pop star involves years of intensive training, and often some plastic surgery. Euodias is one of the few British hopefuls to have experienced the gruelling life of a K-pop trainee. Here she describes what it was like, and explains why - after being selected for a girl group - she quit. I was a child when I made the big move from my home in the north-east of England to South Korea, where I trained for two years to become a K-pop star. At the time K-pop was largely unknown in Britain. One way of doing that in South Korea is to become an "idol", which means someone who does everything: model, act, sing and dance.
29 Male Idols Who Kissed Each Other Passionately…And You Never Knew About It
29 Male Idols Who Kissed Eachother PassionatelyAnd You Never Knew About It
Things like this is difficult for even anonymous writers to write about. For me, Korea.. That summer, I experienced some of my worse nightmares. During the time, there was a mobile site called Say. Young, naive, and lost without friends in a new city, I ended up meeting up with a sweet-looking boy, two and a half years older than me, from Incheon after days of texting. He went to a local public high school and wore his school uniform when he first met me.