MOMOLAND’s JooE Reveals Her Positive Approach To Malicious Comments
MOMOLAND’s JooE shared how she deals with malicious comments.
On October 23, JooeE appeared as a guest on KBS 2TV’s quiz show “1 vs. 100” and attempted to win a prize of 50 million won (approximately $44,000).
JooE expressed confidence in the challenge by saying, “I’ve lived my life by being observant for 20 years.” She also announced that she would have a dance time every time she correctly answered a question.
She revealed with a laugh, “I cried out of shock the first time I heard ‘BBoom BBoom.’ It wasn’t this kind of song during the guide.” She also shared, “I filmed a cosmetics ad. When I tried to act pretty, they said, ‘JooE, that’s not it. Do what you’re good at.'”
Speaking about her struggles to become a singer, JooE explained, “I auditioned for 40 to 50 agencies, but they didn’t choose me. My home is in Yangpyeong County in Gyeonggi Province, so I learned to dance through videos. During my first year of middle school, I learned to dance by going to an academy in Seoul that was a four-hour bus ride back and forth.”
JooE also shared her approach to malicious comments. She said, “If I read nine malicious comments out of ten and see one positive comment that cheers me on, I get happy.” She added with a laugh, “Honestly, it’s fun looking at malicious comments, but please don’t add too many malicious comments under my articles.”
JooE reached level six of the quiz program before getting eliminated and walked away with 1.8 million won (approximately $1,582) in prize money.