The interviewer mentioned that there is talk amongst people that think Kim Chung Ha to be privileged or a holder of the 'golden spoon' because she has started to gain attention and popularity first through 'Produce 101'.
Kim Chung Ha replied, "Because I was in IOI, I would think there would be higher expectations of me. Of course, those perceptions do put some burden on me. However, I think working the hardest I can is the answer at the end of the day. The reality is that if I'm not able to meet the standards that are set for me, people will eventually forget about me. I'll continue to improve myself."
During the interview, she also talked about what she learned while participating in the 'Produce 101' competition, "Moving together is really important. Instead of focusing on just myself and being the center of the stage, looking at the overall picture and how the performance can be improved as a whole is more important. On stage, you have to magnify the strengths and minimize the weaknesses as much as possible because it is something everyone is doing together. Above all, I was able to make really great friends through the show."
Lastly, she ended the interview by stating her goals and big picture, "I would like to grow to the point where when people ask 'which solo artists are there in South Korea?', people think of me."