[Trans] 140306 HANAKO MAGAZINE ISSUE 1058 - Baro
Q. You have been receiving attention for your personal fashion style. Today you are wearing a knitted hat with a white embroidered shirt with leather trousers and basketball shoes. What is your fashion policy?
Baro: I don’t like the common styles, and I actually avoid them. Choosing clothes take time for me. I took 7 tries to choose this plain t-shirt… This is important to me.
Q. Please tell us about your ideal type.
Baro: Someone who works hard at what she does; someone sensible.
Q. Are you attracted to people who are alike to you?
Baro: I don’t think so. But it’s not like I like the direct opposite of me too. I don’t fall in love at first sight, but first impressions count for me.
Q. You received high compliments for your first acting venture, Reply 1994.
Baro: I want to redo it from the first… I got goosebumps from my awkward acting (laugh). It took me a lot of confidence to watch the drama.
Q. What did you develop about yourself from your new work?
Baro: That I am surprisingly cautious. Even though there are still many times that I work as things go, I now think hard about important things. I think I’ve gotten more responsible too.
Q. They say you resemble a squirrel. Do you have any memories in relation to animals?
Baro: Ah~ Peter Rabbit! I really liked it when I was in elementary school. I liked all the other animals too, but was it the piglet or the duck… The piglet was pitiful, when it said that it would do the cleaning and all if they let her go. Even though it caught a chance and escaped (laugh). It was gentle and I really liked it so I was surprisingly pleased even with its bad brains. Yeah, it was really interesting back here! I strongly recommend the story of the duck too.
Q. One thing that your parents did that made you happy?
Baro: They gave me gloves on Christmas during a difficult period at home, saying that it was all they could do that year. It was a pair of grey chick gloves connected by a string. I was happy that they talked to me honestly.
Q. What were you often praised for?
Baro: I often hear that I have sense, at every small indiscreet word or action I did. I didn’t do it consciously, but I guess I had some wit (laugh).
Q. Were you popular in school?
Baro: Not at all~ Other people were popular, whereas I just fit in the way I was. I was friendly with the girls too.
Q. What were your treasures?
Baro: Soccer ball, to the point that every single photo from my childhood days had a ball photographed too. I remember not walking away from the shop until someone bought it for me (laugh).
Q. An experience or a person you met that has left the biggest impression on you now?
Baro: G.O.D. They were at their peak when I was about 10 years old, and it was really shocking when I saw them for the first time.
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