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[Interview] Tiny G′s Do Hee Speaks Up About Her ‘Swearing’ Image

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2014.01.31 16:00 Newsen Jung Jin Young Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Tiny G’s Do Hee spoke up to share her thoughts about the ‘swearing’ image.

During a recent interview with Newsen, Do Hee said, “I get asked many times if I get pressured over my ‘swearing’ image despite that fact that I’m a member of a girl group. But that’s just how I am like.”

In the recently ended tvN drama Reply 1994, Do Hee played ‘Yoon Jin,’ a girl from Jeolla province, who uses swears in almost every sentence.

“I guess swearing could give a bad image to a girl,” said Do Hee. “But I think that’s what made people remember ‘Yoon Jin.’ I don’t try to shun the image, although I’m not intending on carrying on the image forever. It also shows the true side of me.”

[Interview] Tiny G′s Do Hee Speaks Up About Her ‘Swearing’ Image

Do Hee’s hope for year 2014 is to present herself as a member of Tiny G, instead of a drama character.

“I hope that Tiny G will get closer to the public in 2014,” said the girl group member. “I will try to behave more modestly when I’m working as a member of Tiny G.”

[Interview] Tiny G′s Do Hee Speaks Up About Her ‘Swearing’ Image

Finally she added, “I really want to thank the fans for continuing to show their love and support and sending fan letters throughout last year, even though we weren’t very active. I don’t know how to express my gratitude. I was able to withstand the hardships and feel twice as happy when things went well, all thanks to the fans. I hope you will continue to love the dancing on the stage Do Hee, just like acting Do Hee.”

[Interview] Tiny G′s Do Hee Speaks Up About Her ‘Swearing’ Image

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