Brown Eyed Girls’ Narsha Explains Why Being an Experienced Artist at Music Shows is Tough
Brown Eyed Girls debuted back in 2006, and they recently made a comeback with their sixth album “Basic” after a two-year hiatus. The hosts of “Radio Star” say they heard that Narsha said it’s hard to work among all the young idol singers and groups who have debuted after them.
Narsha explains, “When we go to the networks to record music shows, there are over 100 hoobae artists.”
“We can’t go to the bathroom,” she continues. “They’re always greeting us. And we feel how difficult it is for them.”
The hosts then jokingly give her some tips on how to politely acknowledge all her hoobaes quickly and casually with just a single gesture, and Narsha laughs and gives it a try.
You can catch more of Narsha on November 25’s episode of “Radio Star”!