22 December 2013 09:45 | By Dang Hui Ling
Lunafly and their fascination with girl groups

The wacky K-Pop trio dreams of hosting a cooking show with female-only celebrity guests, and performing at the South Pole

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Text & Photos: Dang Hui Ling
Videos: Tay Yixuan and Fiona Lin

It’s hardly bewildering for guys to obsess over girl groups these days. And K-Pop band Lunafly showed that they are no closet fans either, as Sam, Teo and Yun eagerly rattled off a list of their favourite female stars (think: Girl’s Day and Park Boyoung) during their interview with xinmsn on Friday.

Truth be told, we were expecting the boys to show signs of lethargy after a day of interviews. But to our utter surprise, the trio went high on the topics of having their own TV programme and their ideal Christmas dates, providing many laugh-out-loud moments throughout the session.

Seven months since their last visit to Singapore, Lunafly not only misses the fans here, but also the “amazing” food – the guys grew wide-eyed at the mention of local delights such as chicken rice and chilli crab. This time round, Sam, the group’s half-Korean, half-English leader who doubled up as a translator, has a special wish to check out Haji Lane, one of Singapore’s most eclectic shopping street.

“It’s a nice place right! Can you take me to Haji Lane?” he asked in his sweet British accent.

Unlike most interviews with Korean idol groups which require a scrutinised set of questions (where taboo topics such as love and relationships are eliminated), Lunafly gave no holds barred responses to our prying queries, which was extra hilarious and enjoyable.

Read on for our unadulterated interview with Lunafly.

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