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Singer Juniel has explained her role in the debut of her friend Choa of AOA.
Juniel is a featured guest at the October 18 episode of KBS‘ “A Song for You.” AOA’s Choa had mentioned how Juniel used to be integral in her debut when she gave the impression on the display previously.
When asked about this, Juniel says, “Choa, Soohyun of U-KISS, and I were trainees together, yet the corporate went bankrupt.” She continues, “I recruited Choa to our existing control company.”
Juniel then sends Choa a message via “A Song for You,” saying, “I’m so glad to look you being a success and making widespread appearances on TV. i am hoping to see you around frequently at our company, and let’s hang out so much and remain close! Thank you!”
Check out the maximum recent episode of “A Song for You” below!
Juniel was once one of the most visitors at the October 19 airing of KBS2"s "A Song For You," on which she published how she had played a serious role in aiding ChoA debut in AOA.
The singer explained, "ChoA, Soohyun and I spent our trainee days in combination yet our corporate at the time went under, and we all scattered. Afterwards, I brought ChoA over to my present agency (FNC Entertainment)."
Juniel sent a warm message to ChoA, saying, "It"s a relief that you're a hit and on TV, and i think just right knowing you are doing well. Let"s continue to satisfy ceaselessly and remain close,"
ChoA certain is fortunate to have met a candy and unswerving good friend like Juniel!
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Juniel confessed that once she first saw her financial concern with her agency, FNC Entertainment, she concept she was once done for.
On the September 18 broadcast of MBC FM4U‘s “Kim Shin Young’s Hope Song at Noon,” she confessed that she turned into short on money.
When Kim Shin Young asked, “What did you first think when you were given your account balance for the primary time?” and Juniel answered, “I thought i used to be done for.”
Juniel explained, “FNC Entertainment doesn’t give us cash unless we destroy even.” She continued, “I haven't any money. I just stay amassing debt.”
At this, Kim Shin Young gives some words of comfort, saying, “Once you retain composing your own songs, you're going to get started earning more money.”
What do you take into consideration Juniel’s contract with FNC Entertainment?
--> Juniel published that she idea she used to be doomed the primary time she were given paid.
Juniel gave the impression at the September 18 broadcast of MBC FM4U′s Noon Song of Hope with Kim Shin Young, where she revealed that she doesn′t have money.
During the show, when Kim Shin Young asked, "What did you watched whilst you first got paid?" Juniel responded, "I thought, ′I′m doomed.′"
Juniel said, "Our firm doesn′t offer you cash if you don′t break even," ahead of adding "I don′t have money. I′m just collecting debt."
Kim Shin Young then presented some words of wisdom, announcing "Your source of revenue will gradually building up as you compose your own songs."
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Juniel gave the impression as a guest at the September 18 broadcast of MBC FM4U′s Noon Song of Hope with Kim Shin Young, where she opened up about dealing with a difficult time after breaking apart with her boyfriend.
During the show, when Juniel said, "We ready the album briefly and wrapped up promotions fast," Kim Shin Young said, "Don′t you'll need get are compatible when you′re making ready an album?"
Juniel responded, "I was once thin then," prior to adding "I broke up with my boyfriend in December. i used to be depressed after the breakup. I couldn′t eat. Alcohol become the handiest real thing I may just take in."
Juniel has been trained smartly beneath the wing of Hongki in blunt honesty. She once back proved as much on radio program "Kim Chang Ryul"s Old School" on September 8.
She used to be asked about the certain sides of Yoo Jae Suk and Jung Hyung Don joining her firm and she just replied, "There is none," in all probability announcing there were no particular, new advantages for her when they joined.
Also at the show, after taking note of Goo Jun Yeop"s composition, "I"m a Butterfly," she said, "It"s in point of fact good. i truly like EDM, so I"m the sort to move play at fairs and clubs."
She also acknowledged on the show, "It"s already been over 3 years since I debuted. I debuted when i used to be 20 and I"ve elderly three years." Kim Chang Ryul commented, "Juniel has truly change into a lady."
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Juniels Sorry is an Oceanic Elegy for Love Written by Irteqa On September 8, 2015 FNC Entertainment’s prized and poised singer-songwriter Juniel returned to the K-pop scene through an official Music Bank appearance on August 21st with her comeback single “Sorry” after the conclusion of her “Spring Love” collaboration with Teen Top’s Niel in April. Prior to her collaboration, Juniel had effortlessly delighted with her endearing and feminine-themed songs “I think I’m in Love” and “Pretty Boy” over the past two years, but it is her debut song; the melancholic memoir “Illa Illa” in 2012 that ultimately defines for me her capacity and habitat as a solo artist (and not forgetting the magnanimity of her flower child reprisal Bad Man either).
Through the release of “Sorry”, one realises that Juniel has come to favour the muskiness of a mature love over the promotion of a reverie-like romance almost always associated with youth and girlish fancies. After quite some time, “Sorry” is a pleasing song from Juniel that through a classic allusion powdered in subtlety shows us the agony of a hopeless love that must eventually dissolve into a vast continuity, perhaps like the ocean itself.
Juniel’s miniature aquarium in “Sorry” is a world of its own, with indefinite boundaries embodied by her lounging sorrowfully in a bathtub as she is surrounded by her Blue Tang and Clown Fish companions, caressing bouquets of drowned flowers and letting the rapture of a running tap comfort her in her depression. The overarching theme, in case you haven’t caught on, is inspired by the beloved Little Mermaid story whose quintessence is the limitations of a love not meant to be. In this sense Juniel takes a more subjective approach to the physical restrictions the Little Mermaid had (having no legs) in her present, while looking back to the memories she made with the one she loved when she could walk the earth in the past. Juniel is confined to a brass-footed bathtub (or ocean so to speak) because it is her reality, yet the sentient romance was a trade that allowed her to live at the cost of haunting her with its impossibility.
The futility of the relationship in this way, is demarcated by her hatred for the word sorry. Although she knows it, sorry is a topical term that only hides her greatest fear, which is her loved one getting sick of her and leaving her. Meanwhile, she cannot let go because the remnants of her love, the memories, are what she cannot be alone with. The lyrics of “Sorry” are penned to a degree of awe and, with their simplicity, carry more complexity and possible endings than intended.
Because it feels like the last time
Because I still love you
Because it’s not over for me
The because it feels like the last time verse indicates that Juniel had gone through an anguish similar to this in the past, but in fact is a reference to the relatable and realistic meaning the song intends to deliver. In her aquatic area, Juniel is the Little Mermaid and her relationship with her loved one (who is portrayed by the handsome leader of FT Island, Choi Jong-hoon) ends because it cannot be, while in her memories of smiling and frolicking with him she hopes for it to last forever and that it never leaves her heartbroken. In this light, the lyrics fuse together elements of fantasy and breaking up with elements of reality and hope for the relationship to never end. Through the lyrics, two contrarieties match up and ingeniously deliver an ultimate message.
Musically, “Sorry” starts off with a soft acoustic guitar melody and ephemeral piano strokes, retaining its fluidity until Juniel’s vocals deliver the introduction clearly and in the crystalline. The originality of the MV is guided by the camera flashing to Juniel seated on a wooden stool, her famed guitar in her embrace. The culmination of the chorus leads us to a solid falsetto and grainy yet smooth harmonization from Juniel, and the anchor sits on her rhythmic declaration of I still love you and It’s not the end for me, the two most mellifluous verses of the entire song. In the final scene, the bridge sifts the conventional and unchanging melody of the song prior and delves into an extremely clean buildup – the zenith of Juniel’s vocals and her conclusive nevertheless grudgingly aloof realization – your last words, was it sorry?
“Sorry” is by far Juniel’s best attempt since her brilliant “Illa Illa” and Bad Man days but is not completely flawless. In the case of the chorus and the generic nature of the lyrics, the song does lose some of the originality it could have upheld due to Juniel’s reputation as a unique artist, but the inspiration “Sorry” drew from the classic Little Mermaid story and its reworking of it into an experience both fantastical and realistic makes up for some of its shortcomings – allowing for a subjective sojourn into the melancholia of love and showing us a style of Juniel we prefer and admire.
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Girls’ Generation Takes Trophy for the 8th Time with “Lion Heart” on “Music Bank,” Performances from VIXX LR, Juniel, BIGSTAR, Purfles, and More
Girls’ Generation takes their eighth win their newest song, “Lion Heart,” thru KBS’ “Music Bank” with 9280 points. They competed against SG Wannabe’s “Love Me” for first place.
Performances this week were from Girls’ Generation, HyunA, VIXX LR, Juniel, BIGSTAR, G-FRIEND, Ben, myB, Unicorn, Ami, Sonamoo, Yeon Boon Hong, Beat Win, Legend, Nop.K, 2EYES, April, Purfles, and JJCC.
Performance may be up to date as they change into available.
K-Chart for 3rd-10th position
K-Chart for 11th-20th place
Girls’ Generation – “Lion Heart”
VIXX LR – “Beautiful Liar” (Goodbye stage)
Juniel – “Sorry” (Goodbye Stage)
Ben- Looby Bathroom lavatory
BIGSTAR “Moonlight Sonata”
On radio program "Cultwo Show" on September 3, Juniel gushed over her blooming friendship with HyunA, every other feminine solo artist selling at this time!
She stated, "HyunA sent me a text. She stated that Juniel, Purfles, all and sundry used to be doing well. I become closer to HyunA whilst we were advertising this time. I in reality like that I"ve received a close unnie."
Don"t the 2 make adorable friends?
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Time to step it up... There turns out to be no finish to court cases toward or comfortable jabs at FNC Entertainment and its CEO Han Sung Ho from its very own artists.
On the September 3 airing of SBS powerFM"s "Cultwo Show," Juniel mentioned having her first comeback in a year with "Sorry," "I got here out after one year. There are a huge number of singers in the corporate and I believe the CEO had forgotten about me."
She continued, "The album even came out inside two weeks. I gained the song on Friday, I recorded on Saturday, I filmed the MV on Wednesday, and it came out next week," a laugh the others.
Well, fanatics are happy to have you back!
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