[Reporter Kim So-yeon of Daily Economy Star Today]
Broadcaster Ayumi reveals the reason for studying the Korean-Japanese simultaneous interpreter license.
In the MBC Every1 entertainment program ‘South Korean Foreigners’, which airs today (3rd) at 8:30 pm, Jung Ga-eun, Ayumi, Baek Bo-ram and Bae Seul-gi will appear in a quiz showdown.
Ayumi, who made her debut with Suga’s 1st album ‘Tell Me Why’ in 2001, was loved by the public for her imperfect Korean language and strange image. Since then, she has been active as a singer and actor in Japan, and she recently organized her activities in Japan and returned to Korea to continue her entertainment activities.
Ayumi, who said that she started studying for a new dream, said, “I dreamed of becoming a Korean-Japanese interpreter after seeing director Bong Joon-ho’s interpreter Sharon Choi. So I am studying to get a certificate.”
So when MC Kim Yong-man asked, “How would you feel after studying,” Ayumi said, “It is very difficult. In Korean, it means ‘to have a wide connection’, which means ‘to have wide feet’, but in Japan it is called ‘with wide faces’. The difference between those expressions was very difficult.”
Meanwhile, in this recording, Cherry Bullet’s Remy from Japan joined the South Korean foreign team and surprised everyone by showing her reverse karate skills, unlike a fresh image.
Ayumi’s quiz challenger, who has an unstoppable spirit of challenge, can be checked through MBC Every1 ‘South Korean Foreigners’ at 8:30 pm on the 3rd.
‘South Korean foreigners’. Photo courtesy| MBC Every One
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