EXID’s Hani Talks About Turning 30, Studying Psychology, And What Role She Wants To Try
Hani said, “I’m lacking in so many things. There’s a lot of things I’m not good at, and I make a lot of mistakes. I wasn’t embarrassed about that until now, but after I turned 30 [Korean age], I started thinking about whether I should mature. In particular, there’s a lot of things I don’t know how to do in daily life. I’m not good with my hands and I can’t even do basic cooking. I didn’t realize how bad I was until I did a cooking TV show and I felt like I was being a burden.”
She added, “I did that show with Apink’s Jung Eun Ji. I’m the type that needs a lot of help, and Eun Ji took care of me. I felt apologetic toward her.”
Hani shared, “Recently I’ve been studying psychology through an academic credit bank system. I want to help out the juniors in the industry that I’m immersed in, but I wasn’t sure how I could help.”
Seo Jang Hoon advised her, “It seems like these days you’re sad and have a lot of thoughts, so it won’t have a positive effect when you’re counseling others. You have to find your own happiness and brightness. It seems like you’re interested in movies, so work on self-development. You can work out and become a Korean action star like Ha Ji Won.”
Hani said, “I like action. I also really want to play a mom. I feel like if I were to play a mother character, I would be able to experience a greater love than I have before.”
Seo Jang Hoon concluded, “Maturing is something that happens to you without realizing it. It’s not something that you can force.”
Check out Hani in the drama”How to Be Thirty” below!