INFINITE H’s Hoya Reveals That He Is Successful Because of Vengeance and a Sense of Inferiority
Hoya of INFINITE H, which has recently made a comeback with “Pretty,” revealed that he is where he is today because of a sense of inferiority and vengeance.
On the February 10 episode of Mnet’s “4 Things Show,” INFINITE’s Hoya revealed what he’s had to go through to be the idol who can do everything from rapping and dancing, as well as singing and acting.
On Hoya’s episode of “4 Things Show,” INFINITE’s Dongwoo, AOA’s Choa, who spent her trainee years with Hoya, and actor Park Chul Min, who filmed a movie with Hoya, will expose things about Hoya from four different points of view.
Hoya is a perfectionist, but he went through failed auditions and dropped out of school to go to Seoul. He talked about the risks he had to take for his dream to sing and confessed that what has made him grow to be the idol today was his inferiority complex and vengeance.
The behind-the-scenes stages of Hoya’s first self-composed song, “Pretending I’m OK,” was played for the first time as well.
Hoya revealed that being a perfectionist, it took him a year to finish the song, and explained that as much as it is his first self-composed song, tried to put his own colors into it as honestly as possible. Aside from that, a dance video of Hoya when he was 11 years old was also revealed.