[Exclusive Interview] Interview Jeon Somi @ 2022 MOKKOJI KOREA in MALAYSIA

 [Exclusive Interview] Interview Jeon Somi @ 2022 MOKKOJI KOREA in MALAYSIA

Kuala Lumpur, November 2022 - Our team from wljack.com was honoured to be given the exclusive opportunity to interview popular Kpop Idol Jeon Somi at the recent 2022 MOKKOJI KOREA @ MALAYSIA.

1) What is the difference between being a soloist and being in a group?

Jeon Somi: There is a difference, as being a soloist, I can finish work earlier because it is only me. If I'm in a group, I have to wait for everyone else to leave. That's one of the differences I could say.


2) Each of your songs has garnered a lot of attention. Is there any inspiration behind the concepts?

Jeon Somi: Every song represents me at the time it was written. It's sort of like a diary and inspiration from my life at the time.

3) Aside from singing, is there anything you would like to try in the future? For example, like acting?

Jeon Somi: For sure. However, for the time being, I would like to concentrate on singing, dancing, and performing. I'd like to act someday in the future. I have a black belt in Taekwando. I think I will be good in an action movie.


4) How do you feel about the life in Malaysia?

Jeon Somi: Actually, this is my first visit, and I'm leaving tonight (the same day as the interview). I don't have the time to immerse myself in the culture, food, and outdoor activities. I'd like to go on a tour to learn about and experience the culture. I guess that's another reason for me to return soon. I've always known that Malaysian fans have been extremely supportive of me. I am aware of this, and I am happy to be here for the first time.

5) If given a chance, who would you like to collaborate with in the future?

Jeon Somi: I think collaboration itself is exciting. Who? Not sure. Maybe someone from Malaysia? I am open to any opportunity for collaboration.


6) What is your life philosophy as a Kpop Idol?

Jeon Somi: “You didn't miss the time. You delete it yourself.” It is a tricky question because it feels like I am representing the rest of the Kpop Idols. From my perspective, I like the phrase and I wrote it on my diary. "I didn't miss the time. I delete it myself." So I'm the cause for my lost time. Thus, I should always be humble and work hard all the time.


7) Warm welcomed to Malaysia. Since your time of visit in Malaysia is very short, did you manage to learn any Bahasa Malaysia that you would like to tell your fans?

Jeon Somi: “Apa Khabar?”

On the spot, Jeon Somi has demonstrated her quick grasp on language. She learnt “Saya Cinta Padamu” and “Saya Akan Rindu Kamu” which she would like to tell the fans. She wanted to tell the Malaysia fans that she will miss them!


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Dr Jack Chan Wah Loong is the Head Of Medical Department and Internal Medicine Specialist in his current Hospital. Apart from medical related works, he is also a blogger, journalist and photographer since the year of 2008. He is also the chief editor for wljack.com, a website with a dedicated team of journalists that write coverage on Malaysia events and happenings since 2013.

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