With the release of their latest album, “Who Am I,” B1A4 members have temporarily turned in to western musicians in a recent magazine photoshoot.
For the February issue of Allure Korea, B1A4 members have transformed in to different western musicians to pay a tribute to the musicians’ legacies. With Baro transforming to Jay Kay, Jin Young to Prince, Gong Chan to David Bowie, C-NU to Bob Marley, and Sandeul to John Lennon, the upcoming issue of the magazine will be a pleasant surprise.
With previews of three members released to the public, the transformation is a testament to B1A4’s adaptability. In regards to change, the group’s rapper, Baro, recently finished filming for tvN’s “Reply 1994.” Acting as Bingeurae, the rapper expressed, “Since Bingeurae’s personality was opposite of mine, it was hard at first to act as his character. Around the middle of the drama, I was able to adapt to his character, and experienced a lot of fun. It was a time I cherished because I was able to learn a lot of things. It was amazing that such a good opportunity found my way, but I am even more thankful for it to have found such success.”
In regards to his dreams, Baro stated, “I don’t think I have accomplished my dreams. I work my best because I don’t want to lose an opportunity. Instead of thinking that I will accomplish something, I think it’s important to think more of working had at every moment.”
Read the full interview of the B1A4 members on the upcoming February issue of Allure Korea, and catch the rest of the members’ photoshoots.