Gwiyomi singer Hari worked as waitress and at LAN shops before debut

14 August 2013 / 3 years 2 months ago
Korean singer Hari gained celebrity status with her single "Gwiyomi Song", when the cute hand gestures accompanying the hit went on to be a viral success early this year.
This song was actually inspired by BTOB's Ilhoon's "Gwiyomi Player", reports
In town to be a special guest at the Official Gwiyomi Challenge held over the weekend, the 23-year-old met the media and shared her thoughts on the Gwiyomi phenomenon, and reveals some unknown facts about her.
#1: Afraid of heights
This is Hari's first promotional trip to Singapore, and it is also her first time taking the plane.
Hari explains that she is afraid of heights, and needs medication to control her fear. "I did not enjoy the ride," she laughed.
#2: Part-time worker before debut
Yes, you heard us right. Hari revealed that she worked on several part-time jobs before becoming a singer, and that included being a waitress and working at LAN shops.
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