Singer Yang Hee-eun recalled the origins of her national treasure-class voice and the memories of her childhood when she received her first guarantee through a song.
On KBS 2TV’s ‘The Joy of Conversation 3’ broadcast on the 24th, Yang Hee-eun, who celebrated her 51st year of debut, appeared as a guest and confessed that she inherited her mother’s tone and singing skills for her national treasure-level voice.
On this day, Yang Hee-eun answered, “Your voice was like this when you were young?” MC Yoo Hee-yeol asked with admiration, “My mother’s voice was like this. It seems that the vocal cords are particularly similar to the daughters. When I was young, my mother loved singing, and my father loved to stand up and sing to his daughters. That was something to be proud of.”
Yang Hee-eun then revealed that her father was a displaced person who had left her parents and brothers in the North, saying, “The adults who came to my house applauded me and said they were good, so my father made his daughters sing while speaking the North Korean dialect. Together with my younger brother Yang Hee-kyung, we sang until we told them to stop.”
He continued, “When I was a preschooler, I went to Jaedong Elementary School with a family that brought my eldest sister’s lunch box.” “I brought out the lunch box and my eldest sister told me to sing at the church. I sang ‘Que Sera Sera’ and ‘Island Baby’ with my insider while serving my father’s guests.”
At that time, Yang Hee-kyung received applause from her older sisters and older brothers through her first busking (?). He said, “My older sisters and brothers applauded and gave me guarantees in kind, such as pencils, beads, erasers, and chocolate.” He said, “I wore a dress at that time, but there were no pockets, so I had a skirt full of things. It was the first guarantee in my life that I will never forget.”
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