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B1A4’s Baro Talks ‘Infinity Challenge’ and Dreams of Winning a Grammy

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2014.04.12 18:00 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

With lots of goals and dreams still left to accomplish, B1A4 shared a couple in its recent photo shoot with star style magazine High Cut.

After a colorful and casual photo shoot, the B1A4 members gathered around for an interview with the magazine, spilling their hopes and desires.

B1A4’s Baro Talks ‘Infinity Challenge’ and Dreams of Winning a Grammy

Baro, who was recently hunted down by MBC’s Infinity Challenge to participate in the Brazil World Cup cheering team with the fixed cast, had a lot to say after being joked on during the entire audition on the show.

“Last year during the award ceremonies, Noh Hong Chul hyung and Jung Hyung Don hyung came to me and suggested that I audition,” explained Baro. “But when I went to the audition, the hyungs were very mischievous. I’m not someone who gets made fun of amongst the B1A4 members, so I’m not sure what happened.”

B1A4’s Baro Talks ‘Infinity Challenge’ and Dreams of Winning a Grammy

Speaking of variety shows, Sandeul was asked which variety show they were most confident in appearing in. He replied, “I think I’ll do well on SNL Korea with Shin Dong Yeop.”

When talking about what they hope for in the future, Baro answered, “I want to do a world tour and climb the Billboard charts. And winning a Grammy Award is my dream.” Sandeul said he wants to do a concert even at an old age, holding a cane.

Meanwhile, Gongchan fixed his ranking chart after saying he was first when it came to looks in the group on a show. He ranked Jinyoung first, Baro second, and himself third.

The B1A4 issue of High Cut was released on April 3.

Photo Credit: High Cut

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