LUNAFLYKPopstarz was fortunate enough to get some time with the guys of LUNAFLY, who agreed to answer 20 questions. Here's how the interview went.
When K-pop acoustic trio LUNAFLY released their debut album "Super Hero" back in September, fans knew they weren't just another boy band.
Even at first glance, LUNAFLY stands out from the pack by composing nearly all of their original material--which is performed in Korean and English--and playing their own instruments.
Taken separately, there are K-Pop acts that play their own instruments (CNBLUE) or write their own material (Psy).
But for a band to do both is a fresh approach in a genre that is dominated by superstar songwriters and master session musicians.
LUNAFLY fans around the world have a lot to look forward to from bandmates 19-year-old Han Seungyun (Yun), Shin Taeho (Teo), also 19, and 25-year-old Sam Carter (Sam)