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Girls' Generation Seohyun greeted me, blinking her round and black eyes. When I handed her a picture of brain map, she showed excitement by saying it's a fun interview. But she started thinking right away.
Seohyun apologized in advance, "Usually, when I receive this, I can't fill this out quickly". What did she write down as her recent interest after thinking? We explored her brain.
"What is justice?"
Recently, Seohyun was deeply moved by reading a book 'Justice: What's the right thing to do?' by Harvard professor Michael Sandel.
While she was reading the book, she constantly asked herself, 'Am I going into right path?' and 'Am I acting according to my beliefs?'.
Seohyun thinks a lot and has careful personality, that she definitely might have concern about obvious things. As a woman in early 20's, she said she lives life asking philosophical questions, setting her own rules.
"Parents, Soshi unnies, fans, I love you"
Parents, the reason why she exists, 2nd family Girls' Generation that she was able to choose, and fans, are who she loves the most. Seohyun stated that these three are most important to Seohyun and need to be thanked.
"Future singer songwriter?"
Recently, Seohyun is deeply into composing songs and lyrics. She said when she listens to new music, she starts composing new songs by her instinct. It's wrong to think girl group just dances to choreography made in advance and pursues music that only becomes one hit wonders.
There are people like Seohyun who searches deeply looking for meaning of music.
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