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Ga In has claimed that Brown Eyed Girls have been prevented from taking Plastic Surgery due to their name
Brown Eyed Girls’ Ga In appeared on the April 24 broadcast of “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook” and entertained the audience with a number of hits, including solo song “Bloom” and Brown Eyed Girls’ “Abracadabra.”
During the interview, Ga In talks about Brown Eyed Girls’ impending comeback and airs out her worries about her unnis not being able to keep up. “We are going to start recording within a month,” she says, “First, I am going to have to make sure the unnis can dance. These days, they get tired after two rounds of dance practice, to the point that they say to me, ‘Ga In, let’s take a breather.’”
She also reveals that Brown Eyed Girls has been banned from plastic surgery going forward, “The agency has issued a plastic surgery ban on our team. We won’t fix [with plastic surgery] anymore and will prepare for our album healthily by taking care of our health and aging.”
What do you think about the label’s new plastic surgery ban on Brown Eyed Girls?
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Ga In appeared on KBS 2TV"s "Yoo Hee Yeol"s Sketchbook" on April 24 and talked about a Brown Eyed Girls comeback! She first performed solo track "Bloom" and group"s hit, "Abracadabra," wowing the crowd.
In the interview, Yoo Hee Yeol said, "Since you"re finishing your solo promotion, there are lots of people looking forward to Brown Eyed Girls promotions." Ga In replied, "I think we"re going to record within a month. But I think I first need to confirm whether the unnies can dance," making everyone laugh. Yoo Hee Yeol laughed so hard, he couldn"t catch his breath. Ga In added, "Seriously."
She continued, "These days, the unnies can"t breathe after practicing a dance twice, so they"re having a hard time. It"s to the point they say, "Ga In, let"s rest a bit," and then an hour later, they will practice. But honestly, I"m just kidding. We will prepare a healthy album."
In addition, she said, "Our group put a ban on plastic surgery now. We won"t fix things anymore and will maintain our health and aging to greet everybody with a pretty image."
In regards to "Abracadabra," she said, "That was when I was 23 years old. The unnies were about 29. That was the time when their desire and potential were bursting. At the time, the unnies said to me, "What do you know to sing and dance to "Abracadabra"?" They treated me like a baby. I wanted to say to them, "I know as much as you." I think that is how I changed a lot."
Brown Eyed Girls' Gain cleared all the speculations that she had undergone any plastic surgery to reshape her jawline and chin.
On the February 13th episode of 'Picnic Live,' Gain and her fellow member JeA were asked on what had most changed since their debut. They answered, "Our faces." However, Gain was quick in giving her reason. She explained that the 'change' she's referring to is the natural change that happens on a woman's face.
Gain debuted when she was around 18 or 19 years old, and as she says, her face matures as she turns older.
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Ga In Denies She Received Double Eyelid Surgery: 'I Didn't Get Plastic Surgery...My Eyes Got Bigger' Brown Eyed Girls Singer Says
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Ga In addmitted that she had once wanted double eyelid surgery very badly. Brown Eyed Girls singer Ga In dismissed rumors that she had had the cosmetic enhancement procedure known as double eyelid surgery in an interview on Monday for South Korean television. Brown Eyed Girls singer Ga In dismissed rumors that she had had the cosmetic enhancement procedure known as double eyelid surgery in an interview on Monday for South Korean television.
During the Brown Eyed Girls appearance on "Taxi," a show that features interviews conducted in a moving car (sort of like "Cash Cab" with celebrities but no cash), host Kim Gu Ra grilled Ga In about the recent plastic surgery rumors.
"Is the dark eyeliner hiding the possibility that you've been having double eyelid surgery little by little?" Kim asked.
"I feel like your eyes have gotten gradually bigger since your debut days."
Ga In told the host, known for provoking his guests with hard-hitting questions, that the implication was ridiculous.
"I didn't get plastic surgery," she said. "Also, so many people are keeping a close watch on my eyes that I couldn't even undergo surgery. My eyes got bigger after naturally losing my baby fat."
The Brown Eyed Girls singer went on to admit that she had once wanted double eyelid surgery very badly.
"Honestly, I went to the plastic surgery clinic once because I wanted to get double eyelids," Ga In said.
"However my mother had already told the doctor, 'tell her that it is impossible to do surgery on her eyes.' Back then, I cried a lot and gave up on double eyelid surgery. But around that time, the smoky eye make-up started becoming a trend."
Like her Brown Eyed Girls bandmate Narsha, Ga In has admitted to having plastic surgery in the past and has called the experience a positive one, a move that the group was praised for in a Dec. 21 editorial for the publication Seoul Beats.
"Brown Eyed Girls has always been a little more honest than other idols about plastic surgery, with the exception of ZE:A's Kwanghee perhaps, with both Narsha and Ga-In openly stating that they received plastic surgery and are happier because of it," the editorial read.
"And why not? Brown Eyed Girls was a group that people in the K-pop industry worried about because their looks weren't up to idol standards, so it must make the members feel much more confident and stable in their group's popularity to have the faces they are expected to have."
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Brown Eyed Girls Rumors of Disbandment Because of Miryo’s Plastic Surgery?! Brown Eyed Girls recently appeared on an episode of "Taxi" and addressed the rumors surrounding Miryo's cosmetic surgery.
The Brown Eyed Girls members appeared on the September 16 episode of tvN's "Scene Talk Show Taxi." Narsha revealed, "Among related internet search queries about Miryo, there's one that reads 'Brown Eyed Girls Disbandment.' People mistakenly thought that there was a change in members (because of her cosmetic surgery), and that's how that search query came to be about."
JeA added, "There was an instance not too long ago when we went to the broadcasting station to record something, and Kim Na Young couldn't recognize Miryo." Miryo said, "This is a new search query that appeared with our 5th album," and couldn't hold in her laughter.
Miryo considers search queries about her plastic surgery very lightly. She said, "There will always be talk (about plastic surgery), but I don't want to erase it or hide it. It's fun to sometimes look at my old pictures, and I'm very grateful. From now on I'm going to love myself. I'm not going to have any more plastic surgery."
Brown Eyed Girls debuted in 2006 as a talented singer group. They weren't really known for their looks, but with each album they came back prettier than before. As a result, there was a lot of talk about the girls' plastic surgeries, but they didn't try to hide it and were cool about the whole ordeal.
After promising to take tvN’s Saturday Night Live Korea (SNLK) to another level, Brown Eyed Girls did just that by addressing plastic surgery out in the open.
On December 15, Brown Eyed Girls revealed the digital short titled Plastic Face, spoofing off of Lady Gaga’s Poker Face.
During the short, they sang and rapped about how whether you like it or not, most women in Korea have had done cosmetic procedures and there’s no way to avoid it. In the song, they sing, “You think your girlfriend didn’t do plastic surgery, huh?”
Singer and now actress, Narsha, recently opened up about her feelings on plastic surgery.
On the May 2nd broadcast of MBCs Radio Star, Brown Eyed Girls member Narsha was told that she was much prettier now than she was when BEG first debuted.
MC Kim Gu Ra stated, The Brown Eyed Girls wasnt so attractive at the time of their debut. I didnt think they would last very long.
Fellow MC Yoo Se Yoon then added, I saw the Brown Eyed Girls before their debut, and they didnt seem very noteworthy. I thought that maybe their debut could possibly be delayed, suggesting that the girls may delay their debut to undergo plastic surgery and allow for recovery time.
I have gotten much prettier and happier, Narsha admitted, while the MCs continued to agree that fellow Brown Eyed Girls member Miryo got much prettier as well.
Because we are celebrities, it is impossible for us not to consistently monitor ourselves, she said. We often get hurt because of our appearance, and as a result, we tend to pay more attention to the way we look. Miryo was also probably very conscious about her looks and felt a desire to become more beautiful. I dont think plastic surgery is a bad thing, she stated honestly.
Others who were on this episode were Narshas The Moon That Embraces the Sun co-stars Jung Eun Pyo, Seon Woo Jae Duk, and Kim Woong Soo.
Brown Eyed Girls Create a Dreamy and Gorgeous Album with Basic Written by Willis On November 14, 2015 The last time Brown Eyed Girls promoted a release was two years ago when they released Black Box. Since then, they have been busy with solo promotions, a digital single, and best of compilation. While they have kept busy, it is great to see the girls promoting together on stage for Basic.
Another monumental event was that all the girls have changed labelsjoining groupmate Ga-in at Apop Entertainment, a subsidiary of Mystic Entertainment. This seems like a great move considering their lack of activities since Black Box and abysmal promotions during that cycle.
A few months after their move, the Brown Eyed Girls released Basican album geared towards what the girls believe sets their group apart. It has been about 10 years since the Brown Eyed Girls have been in the industry and even one decade in, they just want to emphasize good music, singing, and performances.
While Basic does exhibit those elements, the album is also ambitious in its production. The pieces were cohesive and expansive. The album feels thoughtfully put together. The first four tracks were penned by frequent collaborator Kim Eana. Miryo writes all her rap verses, and Jea is involved on the production of a couple of tracks.
The album stars with Time of Ice Cream (아이스크림의 시간), which was produced by Primary and Shin soo-ran. The lyrics use the analogy of ice cream to talk about a sexual yearning. It is laid back, but the simplicity is quite beautiful. Like the last remnants of a blissful summer, it breezily simmers with a melancholic desire. I think Time of Ice Cream works well as an opener especially when compared with the closing song, Fractal. Time of Ice Cream has this upbeat acoustic backing that kicks things off and by the time we get to the slower acoustic beat of Fractal the rush of things winds down in a flurry.
Warm Hole (웜홀) is very in your face. As Lo noted in her review, it is unabashedly sexual. It is raunchy and the production has horns and a funky rhythm. It is cheeky and full of personality. I also love the breakdown. This song shows that not all songs need a rap break. Its theatricality and vivaciousness is fun and immediately injects energy to the album.
Wave is a smooth number that pairs guitar and a slinky base to create an ethereal atmosphere. The lyrics also speak to a resolve against environmental factorsa strength to not become numb even against the different outer forces that may batter against you.
I want to feel, so why cant I feel
The bass is effectiveadding heaviness to the song. The weight of the bass also mirrors the lyrics as it gets covered in the harmonies during the choruses. Wave functions well in carving that despondent tone, showing a different type of vulnerability from the ladies.
I would describe title track Brave New World (신세계)as a funky disco pop number, but I still think that would not fully encompass the glory of the track. It opens with these soaring funky strings that is reminiscent of Michael Jacksons Dont Stop Til You Get Enough. Then, it drops the strings and keeps the bass for the verses. Throughout Brave New World, there are chants, reverb echo effects, and harmonies that add to this surreal listening experience that transports the listener to a different space and time.
All the patterns and colors
The world of experience is different to the reality
The lyrics allude to an outer body experience. The ladies share these thoughts with a significant other and cast their relationship as a complicated mystery in an infinitely complex universe. The song is gorgeous and definitely a great choice as the title track from Basic.
Obsession, produced by Echo Bridge, has a slow Latin rhythm and the lyrics tell a tale of being enamored by someone. It also hints to recurring themes of reality, curiosity, and fantasy. Narsha adds a sultriness to the songpainting someone who is teetering on the edge of giving into their inhibitions. I especially like Miryos spoken word section, which works well with the tempo and boosts this disbelief in realitygiving into this fantastical obsession.
God Particle (신의 입자) picks up the tempo from the prior track. It is a full band number that is driven by powerful vocals and a spirited backing. It is in these numbers that I think Brown Eyed Girls show their strength most completely. They are able to integrate the rapping with strong vocal showings from each member in a upbeat piece. It is funky and bursting with energy and sounds like it would be phenomenal to witness live.
Jea and Texu produced the next song, Light. Light has an uplifting refrain backed by the vocalists and is driven by the rap verses Miryo puts forth. Miryo shines here with her lyrics speaking of hope in the face of hardship. It transforms a track that could have been forgettable to one that stands out.
Atomic continues this lyrical thememixing physics concepts with analogies of sex. The production, helmed by G.Gorilla, plays up an elation to touch that is compared to an atomic accelerator. Jeas high note at the end is glorious as it soars a few levels. There is a magnetic tension that brews here and the vocal layering is well donehighlighting the teamwork of the ladies.
Dice Play (주사위 놀이) features a quicker Latin rhythm with plucked guitars and Latin drums. I really enjoy the variety of instruments featured in Basic, andDice Play (주사위 놀이) is a great example of a track that uses those instruments to great effect. The electric guitar comes in halfway to add a flair to a song that is filled with complex rhythms.
Fractal closes the album. It was the second song produced by Jea and Texu. Also, the song was written by Misung from Sunny Hill. I initially lauded how Fractal brings the album full circle. It is fully acoustic and steers the album back to Earth with a guitar led song. Ga-in, Narsha, and Jea all sound exquisite with the minimal backing. Their harmonies are effectively sweet and delicate. After singing stop, dont breaking my heart, each voice croons out with a sensitive look at their broken memories. It is a down-trodden note to end on, but one that has a quiet strength. Despite the ups and downs of experiences in their lives, this journey is one that they can stand up and grow from.
Brown Eyed Girls continue to experiment here and there with how they incorporate harmonies and rhythms with Basic. If there is one extremely positive thing to be said about these ladies, it is that they go for it. They consistently deliver strong vocals, and there is a good mix of rhythm in Basic. This album at times feels intergalactic with lyrics that question reality and play on physics concepts. The production also keeps the listener guessingwith distorted drops and off kilter beats. At the core, Basic does hold a very human touch that keeps their audience connected. Brown Eyed Girls have excelled with their work on Basic and show that they can still offer a fresh perspective even after a decade in the game.
(Images via APOP Entertainment, YouTube, Lyrics via ILyricsBuzz)
Recently, singer Ga In used to be shocked to satisfy a guy who resembled her boyfriend, actor Joo Ji Hoon.
On the November thirteen broadcast of JTBC’s “Witch Hunt,” the Brown Eyed Girls member got here head to head with a guy in the target market who appeared like Joo Ji Hoon.
“Their eyes look similar,” the MCs said. “For about 3 seconds, he’s Joo Ji Hoon.”
The look-alike shared, “I have heard that I resemble him before.” He then went directly to express regret to Ga In, the genuine Joo Ji Hoon’s girlfriend, for the awkward comparison.
Ga In and the remainder of the Brown Eyed Ladies are currently selling their new song, “Brave New World.”
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