EXID’s Hani Talks About Her Love Life, Future Plans, and More


EXID‘s Hani recently conducted an interview with The Star magazine, and answered a lot of personal questions.

Everyone’s favorite question is, of course, whether she is seeing anyone. She responded, “I want to, but I think I would not be thinking about the other person if I were to start dating now. I have enough trouble taking care of myself, and I don’t think that I could take care of someone else. Also, being with the members of EXID is so much fun, and I don’t feel lonely at all.”

Hani also showed her mature side. Despite being born in 1992, she has been very proactive, even when EXID was not well known. She said, “While we were not doing much as a team for two years, I couldn’t stand it. I was stressed about the fact that I wasn’t going anywhere, so I enrolled myself in a Chinese school, and made plans to be less stressed.”

Moving onto her looks, Hani was asked whether she considered getting plastic surgery to change her nose, which sets her apart from other female celebrities, since her nose is hooked.

She said, “Often I do. I am sometimes tempted. I don’t think about it usually, but I notice it in some pictures or videos. It looks very prominent, but it’s also what sets me apart. I think I am content.”


The interview also addressed Hani’s previous comment that she plans to leave EXID.

Hani clarified, “I didn’t mean that I will leave EXID. I just meant that ‘I have this dream [of becoming a psychologist]. I am thankful to my dream,’ and people missed the point. I just meant that I was always interested in studying psychology. I think that dreams change, and I was too rash to say something definitive about it. Don’t worry. You’ll see me for a long time.”

She then talked about being the most well-known member in EXID.

“At first, I was stressed and I felt guilty towards the others, because we went through the same hardship but I was the first one to get the opportunity. I would often worry at the end of a schedule, ‘What should I say? Should I say that I was tired?’ but when I went back home, the members would always hug me, asking me ‘Was it fun? Who else was there?’ and I felt stupid. I eventually told the members about my worries, and they said, ‘You must have been tired too. We are thankful that you thought of us when you were so tired.’ Now we are like sisters.”


Hani concluded the interview by giving a sneak peak of the upcoming plans for EXID. When asked whether there will be a comeback soon, she said, “I think sometime in September or October! We’re trying very hard and we’re excited about it. We were worried that we would end up being a one-hit wonder, but “Ah Yeah” went well and now we just want to enjoy ourselves.”

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