Q. You won on Immortal Song with your exceptional vocal ability. What did you take away from doing this show?
Sandeul: The passion I have for singing has increased another level. I also think that the most important thing when singing is that I should be conveying a message to the people listening. Thanks to the show, I’ve been able to practice that several times and learn the way to express that better.
Q. How did the members react to your win?
Sandeul: They praised me saying that “it’ll work out so long you display yourself through your feelings”. I was really happy that they were proud of me winning. But I was embarrassed (laugh).
Q. Please tell us more about the “magic glasses that make you ugly when you wear it” that’s viral on the Internet.
Sandeul: The prescription of the lenses of the glasses that I wore in high school was so high it made my eyes look small. Even my eyebrows get smaller (laugh).
Q: Since when did you wear glasses?
Sandeul: Since I was 5 years old. My mother was very sorry because she thought my eyes were bad due to hereditary, but it was actually because I watched the tv from too near a distance… You know how you can feel the heat from the back of the television when it is turned on? I liked that warmth so I watched television right in front of it… In one shot my eyesight went bad (laugh).
Q: Do you have an elder sister?
Sandeul: She is 2 years older than I am. SHe was good at whatever she did so she was popular, hence I copied whatever my elder sister did. But thanks to her I also have a fear of women (laugh). It was during middle school when I just started getting interested in girls, that I saw my elder sister walking along the street with her boyfriend. But the moment she reached home she started to run down her boyfriend with a very serious expression. It was such a sudden change, and it made it think that women are scary.
Q: Do you still have a sense of distrust for women now?
Sandeul: I’m going to trust that the girl I like will not do that (laugh).
Q. What did people praise you a lot about?
Sandeul: People used to tell my parents that I was good at cooking rice (laugh). The exact amount of water to make good rice!
Q. What were you most scared of?
Sandeul: Ghosts. I like to imagine, for example a hand coming from under my bed. It was scary but I couldn’t stop imagining (laugh).
Q. Who is your hero?
Sandeul: The character that comes out in the movie Mask, because it was so cool to become a different person after putting on a mask. But I did not make my own masks and play with them. When I was 7 years old in elementary school, I used to play a survival game involving guns with the hyungs from high school and they thought that making a mask was childish. We were playing a game against a team from another apartment building, and they added people to the team without consideration for age, only based on fighting power. I was the only 7 year old then (laugh).
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