K-Pop Stars Spend Their Days Working Out, Practising Their Choreography, And Resting. Most up-and-coming K-pop groups have to literally “blood, sweat, and tears” to carve out a niche for themselves and earn the respect of fans. This is not simply the name of a hit song by South Korean music sensation BTS.
While living in a K-pop idol group may look glamorous and glitzy beneath the arclights, the pressure to perform flawlessly and look the part may be overwhelming. Exercise and vocal training are first on the agenda for the girls of Cherry Bullet on a typical workday. One of the seven-member band’s vocalist-rappers, Jiwon, has admitted that she would rather sleep and eat than do anything else when she has downtime.
“I have to get a lot of rest. Could be 12 hours at most. “On my days off, I like to eat, watch dramas, drink coffee, and then go back to sleep,” she said to PTI. Cherry Bullet is an activity managed by FNC Entertainment, and its members all work independently. Leader Haeyoon was there, as were members Bora, May, Remi, and Yoojoo.
Chaerin of Seventh Cherry Bullet skipped the show since she is costarring with Korean superstar Kim Hye-soo in the Korean historical drama. “Under the Queen’s Umbrella.” Jiwon has admitted that she is showing her support for Chaerin by viewing “Under the Queen’s Umbrella.”
May and Remi are two of Cherry Bullet’s youngest members, and they are still in high school.
Maintaining a healthy work-study equilibrium can be challenging. Striking a happy medium is a source of great satisfaction. They complained that it was too tiring. Performers oftentimes try to maintain a healthy weight.
Being that we work in the entertainment industry, we must constantly watch our weight. That’s an absolute must for any performance setting. The seven-piece band, well known for hits like “Aloha Oe” and “Love in Space,” says it puts in extra work before live shows.
The members of the boy band DKZ, best known for their singles “Uh-Heung” and “Cupid,” are constantly on the go. The group consists of leader Jong Hyeong, second command Kyoung Yoon, third commander Se Hyeon, fourth commander Min Gyu, fifth command Jae Chan, sixth command Gi Seok, and fifth commander Mun Ik, who requested time off due to illness.
According to tradition, we begin each day with a trip to the beauty parlour for a full face of makeup and hair styling. When one event ends, “we go on to the next,” as Se Hyeon said to PTI. They will “grow confidence and develop competence” by rehearsing their performances if there is no set plan, he explained.
Different people have different interests. Some people just hang out and listen to music,” he continued. Kyoung Yoon claims that after getting clearance from their agency, the band members can visit their families. Formerly known as Dongkids, DKZ is a new boy band created by Dongyo Entertainment in 2019.
Only around the holidays do we see our families. Yet, if we stick to our plan, we won’t be able to catch up with them until the planning phase concludes. The vocalist said, “If there are any other commitments outside the additional schedule, we have to wait to meet our friends.”
A family away from home, the members of the ensemble find solace in one other after spending countless hours together rehearsing and waiting for auditions.
Cherry Bullet’s May is Japanese, and she says the band has been nothing but accommodating.
I am a Japanese person. Even though it was challenging initially, I was aided by my older sisters. Therefore, she said, “I now feel like I am a member of their family.
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After the international success of veteran, K-pop acts like BTS, EXO, Seventeen, and Blackpink, there is an unspoken pressure on newer acts to live up to the standards set by their predecessors. DKZ chief Jong Hyeong said affirmatively when asked if the pressure was intimidating.
“Frankly speaking, we have the pressure to be successful, but we choose not to be obsessed with it,” he continued, indicating that the group had decided to look beyond the superficial rewards of their success. Because,” Jong Hyeong replied, “if we solely focus on it, we will lose our route to attain our aims.
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The members of BTS, who will soon begin their mandatory military induction, have facilitated Jae Chan’s foray into the international market, he says. So, are there any benefits to being a group as opposed to a solo artist? “Other junior groups, including us, should try to keep the status of K-pop (high).”
Honeymoon, leader of Cherry Bullet, made the following point: “Since we have never been in the field as a single artist, I can only talk about the benefits of being in a group. Cherry Bullet and DKZ have both expressed an interest in future tours of India, and they might mutually benefit from each other.
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Yoohoo has commented, “There are many Bullets” (the fan group name of Cherry Bullet) in India, and she hopes to visit one day. Jae Chan, a member of the DKZ, went to India when he was a kid and would love to go back.
Amazing and entertaining as it was, India was a highlight of my travels. To meet our Indian fans, I would love to take my band on a trip to the subcontinent if we are ever given the opportunity to do so.
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