FIX’ vocals Jung Wook and Oh Song showed their support to two Super Junior members who graduated yesterday, Ryeowook and Siwon. Even before FIX’ debut, the group is already known to be good friends with Super Junior mainly because Ryeowook and Jung Wook are cousins.
February 24th happens to be also a very special day for FIX since it was their first fan meeting. Before meeting their fans, the two members decided to attend the graduation ceremony first. Jung Wook updated his Twitter with the photo above and caption saying
“Just got back from Ryeowook hyung’s graduation ceremony with Oh Song hyung!!^^ Hyung congratulations on your graduation^♥^”
“Siwon hyung too, congratulations ^^ You’re very cool!! Kk”
Later on Oh Song retweeted the above tweets. During FIX fan meeting, the two members revealed that they experienced an embarrassing situation when they attended the ceremony. They thought some people who were there knew them too because they were looking at them with big smiles. Apparently, they were only handing over their cameras to the two members and requested them to be “picture takers.”
Ryeowook and Siwon graduated after six long years majoring Film and Theater Arts at Inha University. Another Super Junior member, Eunhyuk, is known to be very supportive of FIX. He plays the main lead in the music video Don’t Say Goodbye and just few weeks ago, FIX also came to watch Eunhyuk’s musical Fame.
Despite her busy schedule, IU spared the time to attend her graduation with her peers on February 9th.
The singer spent her last day as a student by taking pictures with her friends and wishing them future success.
After the ceremony, MyDaily caught up with IU’s homeroom teacher Lim Sung Woo to ask about the kind of student IU was over these past few years.
Lim remarked, “Ji Eun was a really sweet girl, and was always a sincere student. She got along with her peers extremely well.”
In regards to IU postponing college to focus on her singing career, Lim admitted, “I had really hoped that she would go to school.”
“I think some of the elite universities had made offers to her, and Ji Eun did say she wanted to continue studying,” Lim continued. “Personally, I would like her to begin her college career maybe next year.”
And when asked what kind of singer she expects IU to become, Lim said in closing, “I would like her to become a national gem, a singer that represents our country. She will also be extremely successful in Japan.”
I am guessing Dongho will be graduating next year and Kai/IU despite being 94ers were born earlier in the year. It’s confusing since this year all the 94ers should be graduating. Various more of them graduated but I am too sleepy and lazy to go find their pictures.
TEEN TOP Chunji shared his thoughts upon graduating from his high school and taking his first step as an adult.
Chunji attended Sungji High School graduation ceremony which happened in the morning on 7th February at Seoul Kangseogu Auditorium with his TEEN TOP members. On that day TEEN TOP performed ‘Crazy’ the song they have been promoting recently for the graduating cohort.
After the graduation ceremony Newsen held a telephone conversation with Chunji and he shared “I was nervous performing with the members in front of my friends. Although it was the first time I’ve performed in front of my friends, I enjoyed it”
In addition when asked how he felt about receiving his graduation certificate, “It was really weird. Now that I’m an adult and no longer a high school student I thought that I need to make better decisions and actions”
Thus showing his determination of being responsible for one’s own actions as an adult and that he’ll strive to become a better person.
Chunji has been accepted into Practical Music Faculty in Hanyang University last year and he’ll become an university in March. Chunji talked about his dreams in college “Firstly I have to make friends with many people. Also I would like to experience what the variety of culture that the underaged can’t”
On the other hand, with ‘Crazy’, TEEN TOP has won consecutive 1st place in the terrestrial music programmes and are of the status of the ‘in-trend-idols’