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Super Junior-M′s Zhoumi Says miss A′s Fei and Jia are Like Family

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2015.08.08 12:00 Newsen Jeon Ah Ram

Super Junior-M′s Chinese member Zhoumi has been living in Korea for six years and is going on eight years since his debut, but his face and name are just gaining recognition. As a music program MC, radio guest and through his solo album and appearances on variety shows, he has begun to receive recognition, not as a Super Junior-M member, but as ′Zhoumi.′


Zhoumi recently shot a spread with bnt, where he showed off his charms in various settings. In the accompanying interview, Zhoumi shared that as he approaches six years in Korea, he has adjusted, for the most part, to life in the country and the language. However, he still uses a translation app to understand difficult vocabulary when he visits his doctor.

Super Junior-M′s Zhoumi Says miss A′s Fei and Jia are Like Family

Zhoumi revealed that adjusting to life in Korea wasn′t smooth from the beginning. Due to harsh conditions where he couldn′t speak his native language, Chinese, Zhoumi not only ate the same food every day for a month but bowed to strangers and used honorifics when speaking to his dongsengs.


Now, he hosts live shows in Korean, a fact that surprises even Zhoumi. He said his Korean has improved drastically and his feelings about Korea have also changed, saying "Korea feels like my hometown now. When I arrive at the airport from overseas promotions, I think ′Ah, I′m home.′"


Zhoumi also introduced fellow Chinese stars miss A′s Fei and Jia as being like family and dear friends. He said that they eat, watch movies, shop together as well as lean on each other as sources of strength and will continue to treasure their close friendship.


Photo credit: Rainbow Media

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