Honey Lee sat down at MBC FM4U's 'Park Kyung Lim's 2 O'Clock Date' on August 31!
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On this day, she was asked whether her older sister was her role model, and she replied, "I'm being sincere. I majored in the same thing as my sister. She always felt like a wall I could not overcome. When doing music, you need to dig up one sound for multiple years, but every time, she was devoted and practiced [the gayageum, a traditional string instrument] until her ligaments stretched. She practiced like that all the time. I think she's an artist who fights her own fight fiercely. I really respect her as an artist.
"I think everyone has a time of wandering like that. I felt like I was severely unable to breathe in my teens. My mother also wondered what we should do because not only were we the same majors but also there were restraints we couldn't cast off. Even if we did well, we broke even.
"I fought with my sister a great amount. We grew rapidly starting in elementary school. Since we played the gayageum, our grasps were strong, but after fighting, all [the strength] left. I only had a big body... My sister's grip made her seem like she was some world champion."