Q. CNU is always gentle, and always looks over the younger members. Even maknae Gongchan is now 20 years old, will you still continue to do so?
CNU: Of course. I’m not the only one having a difficult time, and the members are also shouldering the things that I’m lacking. It’s not a burden at all.
Q. What kind of person do you want to be?
CNU: In Hanja, CNU can also be expressed as 信友 [T/N: A trustable friend.] so I want to be worthy of this name. I am happy when my friends, the people around me and the fans think that I’m trustable.
Q. What caused your interest in music?
CNU: Singer Wheesung. When I was scouted at a music festival, I had performed Wheesung’s song. When I met him, he wrote the lyrics for a song on our first mini-album so I was really touched. And when Sandeul beat Wheesung on Immortal Song, I beat him up (laugh).
Q. What is a princess to CNU?
CNU: A person whom I like so much I want to protect. The girl I liked in my third year of middle school was the personification of a princess. She was cute, and good at her studies. We went our separate ways because we went to different high schools, but the faded memories and experience from then helped me with writing lyrics.
Q. You look very quiet, but you turn sexy on stage. Is it something natural?
CNU: The stage is where the side of me that is usually suppressed comes out, it is 100% natural. There is no intention to look sexy on stage, but I am liberated (on stage) naturally (laugh).
Q. So you’re going on the sexy route from now on?
CNU: No. It’s not that I didn’t go that way on purpose, but I just wanted to show everyone a different dance performance, a new side to myself.
Q. What are your plans for the shoulders you’ve received much love for?
CNU: I will definitely maintain them well. And go to the gym often.
Q. Who is your hero?
CNU: There was a famous uncle in my town that sold fruits while pulling the pushcart around. We fooled around last time by imitating the unique sound, but I was really surprised to find out that he donated all the money he made. A hidden hero. When I found out about it, the thought of wanting to become like him came to mind.
Q. A children’s tale that you liked?
CNU: It’s not a children’s tale but fiction… I really liked Japan’s heros ‘Choushinsei Flashman’. Especially Red who had a stick that looked like a sword and could spit out fire. I also learnt the values of righteousness and that one should protect their loved ones.
Q. Something you did without fail?
CNU: My father said that I should write a diary, so I did so up until my middle school days. I have tens of them at home, but I don’t know if it was beause I really disliked writing them because my handwriting was horrible (laugh). But it was nice to conitnue writing them, and I will make my son write them in future too.
Q. You have an elder sister you followed around?
CNU: My elder sister of 5 years. Both my parents worked so my elder sister looked after me often. She was really strict and demanded absolute obedience (laugh). She influenced me greatly, and I really respect her.
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