Group AOA’s Chanmi shared a bright current situation, saying, “I’m dropping out of the audition because I’m trying so hard to take on an acting challenge.”
On the 15th MBN ‘Weekly Mountaineering Association’, AOA Chanmi appeared after a long time, and Chanmi said, “I thought that they would become a great group when they debut, but it didn’t work out for about 3 years (when it was a band concept).” It was already half way through, and I was able to realize that the lifespan of an idol is so short.”
“I thought that being an idol might not be something that can be sustained as I get older, so I was very anxious about the future,” he praised. Rather than being discouraged when a break was suddenly given last year, Chanmi said, “I thought it was an opportunity to do what I wanted to do.” “I was studying acting and taking lessons while living.”
When Se-yoon Yoo asked, “Idols are just a company that connects them all?”, Chanmi replied, “It’s really a misunderstanding.” Then, Chanmi laughed, saying, “I’m falling very hard,” and Yoo Se-yoon nodded, “It’s been a long time since we met, but I can feel good energy.”
Chanmi said that during her break, she and her mother went hiking in Gumi, her hometown. Chanmi said, “I went to the Cheonsandan in Gumi with my mom’s boyfriend and younger brother. I realized the true value of hiking together,” he said. He then emphasized, “A mountain is a fair place for everyone,” and “Anyone can climb to the top as long as they don’t give up.”
Chanmi’s wonderful mother, Im Cheon-sook
Chan-mi’s mother, Im Cheon-sook, runs a beauty salon in Gumi, Gyeongbuk, and is famous for running the salon as a youth shelter for over 20 years. Im Cheon-sook, who had a poor childhood, worked hard to help young people with nowhere to go again, and it is said that Im Cheon-sook has more than 200 youths.
On JTBC’s ‘Knowing Bros’ in 2019, Chanmi said, “Since I was a child, the store has always been open, and anyone in need of help would take a break. We all lived together like a family,” he said.
Chan-mi’s mother, Im Cheon-sook, died in 2019. Hankook Ilbo In an interview, he said, “I left my youngest (younger brother) to Chanmi and went to look after another single mother’s child, so I’m very sorry (for my biological children).” I often say that I want my body and mind to be healthy.”
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