Not that long time ago you went to the USA alone to get vocal lessons, right. Is there a moment which is left in your memory?
YJ: Once my American teacher made me sing in the bar he is working at. He made me sing a song from the lesson, which we haven't even practiced yet, immediately. I went up thoughtlessly and sang it but then a lot of people complimented me. Listening to my song, they got excited, there were even people who danced, and it was quite amazing for me. That's not something you can experience in Korea. So I was excited and it was fun.
Did that experience had a good nourishing effect on you?
YJ: I gained small confidence. I don't really have confidence and it was especially tough day. But as I recall that experience back from America, it gets a little better.
If you get a chance are you planning to go studying again?
YJ: Yes! I will go again without questions. No matter if I will be left without money, I would pour all the money I have in the thing I want to to do, I can go broke but I will feel content. Cause as much as you invest you win back. You may look like beggar outside but will be rich inside. (laughs)