In the interview, she was asked how T-ara got over the '7 year curse' of the girl groups. She said, "We listened to our label really well. This is something even our members acknowledge. Since we're idols, the label becomes our parents, teaches us everything, and leads us down a good road, so we just followed that."
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On why T-ara is so well loved, she said, "As a group, T-ara tried the best not to look pretty or to look cool, but to put out music that a spectrum of ages could enjoy. I think that helped." On what she and the group was doing recently, she said, "We're promoting in China and we're preparing for our concert. Recently, we had a fanmeet in Japan. We're also preparing domestic promotions. Personally, I'm going to be filming a web drama starting in July. I'm working with great sunbaenims, so I hope a lot of people take interest."
Since she's 30 this year, she was asked what was different now. She said, "I think there's a lot of differences. To be honest, my livelihood and my surroundings are the same, but I think after I became 30, my mindset and the way I think has changed. I think my values have changed."