Backstage at KBS 2TV's 'Music Bank' on the 22nd, SHINee's Minho opened up about his group's latest comeback.
Minho shared, "I think we came back with a bit of nervousness due to the pressure to excel. Although ['Dream Girl'] is good, it is more spectacular when you see it with the performance. I think more people will like it after seeing us perform. Rather than trying to go above people's expectations, we are trying to show a new style of performance."
To make up for SHINee's 11-month hiatus, Minho shared his plans to be active in Korea until fans eventually get sick of him (if that's ever possible) and revealed, "We plan to conduct many activities in Korea this year. I personally want to do a lot of it. We plan to perform in Korea until people get tired of us and say 'why don't you start performing overseas?"
Minho also wants to be a role model for rookie singers stating, "Upon seeing more and more rookie singers, I think to myself 'I should work harder and show a better side' so that we can hear that we're good seniors and we want to be good role models." It seems SHINee have already accomplished their goal of becoming good examples by recently proving why they're masters on stage.