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TWICE's Dahyun talks about her difficult trainee days

By alim17   Monday, May 2, 2016   55,294   9,378   48
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TWICE's Dahyun appeared on SBS's 'Same Bed, Different Dreams' on May 2, where she talked about her days as a trainee in JYP Entertainment.  


On this day, a daughter relayed her desire to stop doing billiards and talked about her mother who was determined to make her rank at first place in the entire world in billiards. Because of her parents' pressure and pestering, she is unable to enjoy her school days freely.


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Dahyun was able to empathize greatly with the girl, stating, "When I was told, 'Do this, do that,' while I was a trainee, that made me not want to do it even more.  I was a trainee since my second year of middle school, and as soon as I finished school, I had to go to the training room.  The trivial memories of eating soondae and ddukbokki with my friends and going shopping with them were extremely precious," hinting at the things she had to give up in order to debut.


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AJLee (Banned) Tuesday, May 3, 2016

thanks to JYP, if not u will be trash for sure talentless girl!!!

once777  AJLee (Banned) Saturday, August 27, 2016

shame on you

ThatPineapple once777 Sunday, October 23, 2016

why is there a line going through @AJLee's username?

ayoyolovekhun Monday, May 2, 2016

Dubu Fighting! You are forever my bias in Twice.

zelo19 Monday, May 2, 2016

i love dahyun so much she's the best at everything

Rebel_Patriot Monday, May 2, 2016

It is not a universal law that one has to sacrifice their personal lives to become an entertainer. This is only an issue in Korea because of its trainee/slave system for entertainment and the controlling of kids' personal lives.

daFoolio Monday, May 2, 2016

everything comes at a price... or else it wouldn't be worth it

123PoP Monday, May 2, 2016

It's still kinda crazy how young these girls and boys are trained in Oder to become idols and some don't even get to debut. Well once you start being a trainee and signing contracts it feels like a job.

nami_chan Monday, May 2, 2016

aw dahyun fighting! ^^

neoncolors_0 Monday, May 2, 2016

Here's why dahyun's story is completely irrelevant to the billiard girl. YOU chose become a trainee, therefore YOU suffer both the benefits and consequences. I was in accelerated programs (gifted, ap, ib, now john hopkins med) throughout my entire life. To say I had no social life is an understatement. I chose to subject myself to advanced academia unlike the billiard girl who was forced to by her parents.

123PoP neoncolors_0 Monday, May 2, 2016

No it's not! She is sharing the idea that being told to do things by others effects her determination. Also losing something is painful -Dahyun lost a lot of her free teen life in order to become an idol while the billiard girl lost a lot of her young life in order to please her parents. It's the emotions that she is sharing not the same story

Kavira neoncolors_0 Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Though ultimately it was her choice, she wasn't the one who really wanted to do it. Of course she wanted to achieve her dream but it was her parents that pushed her and made her want to give up.

ballerz14_20 (Banned) Monday, May 2, 2016

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MrRafty Monday, May 2, 2016

Every trainees need to abandon some of their favorite activities..This trainee system in SK is kind off harsh.. or maybe fair?

dahyuns MrRafty Thursday, May 12, 2016

I wouldn't say it's fair. I would say that it's more clear-cut than normal ways to fame.

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