Ayumi, a broadcaster from the girl group Suga, described herself as a ‘dog kkondae’ and colored the studio with laughter.
The cable channel iHQ ‘Quiz from the Stars’ aired on July 15th.Hwang Kwang-hee and Ayumi appeared in the show. Ayumi answered Jo Se-ho’s question, “I think it’s the first time we’ve met,” when asked if it was their first meeting with the host and idol group’s idol group Miyeon.
Then, another performer, Hwang Kwang-hee, asked, “Then what kind of junior is Mi-yeon?” Ayumi answered, “What kind of junior? A junior who didn’t have a greeting,” he replied, surprising everyone. Miyeon, startled, jumped up from her seat, ran to Ayumi, held her hand, and was restless. Seeing this, Ayumi said, “It was a joke. I actually monitored this program. Then it turned out to be a program where kkondaes appeared.”
Then MC Jo Se-ho asked Ayumi, “Then, does it have anything to do with Kkondae?” Ayumi answered, “I’m surprisingly a dog Kkondae. People are surprised. I don’t see it like that, but I’m an old-fashioned and old-fashioned person.”
Ayumi broadcast day as soon as the call begins MC tax Let’s say that “cider spend a little known (and IU).” “What?” Questioned yinyago and utgyeotda all. Then, embarrassed, Jo Se-ho explained, “We filmed together in the past, and cheered a lot while we were in Suga.”
Ayumi made her debut as an idol group SUGA in 2001, and after releasing a solo album, she received great love for her song ‘Cutie Honey’. Ayumi, who was shy while sweeping entertainment programs with her witty and witty wit, abruptly moved to Japan to work as an actress. After working in Japan for a while, he returned to Korea a year and a half ago and is currently active in Korea. On this day, Ayumi said about her recent situation, “I am adjusting to my Korean activities as I started broadcasting little by little.” Ayumi is a second-generation Korean-Japanese, but was born to a father of Korean nationality and a mother from Chungcheong Province.
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