Former MBLAQ member Thunder shares his thoughts about his latest solo debut.
On Thunder’s recent showcase for his first mini-album, “Thunder,” he revealed that he was nervous for his comeback.
He also talked about his 2-year hiatus by saying, “It was a time when the future looked bleak. I did not even know if I could be able to release an album. There were times when I felt like giving up, and it was quite difficult. However, those feelings were dissipated through the lyrics of ‘Magic Spell.’”
Thunder also added, “Since it was very long before I could make my comeback, the stage is a little scary to me right now. It was still enjoyable the day before yesterday, but I felt scared last night before I fell asleep. As I performed on stage, I felt better. I gave it my all.”
With regards to his image, he said, “I wanted to show a cool performance. However, my face is not the sexy type, so I was really worried. But, things like gestures, clothes, hair, and makeup could help with that. I told myself that I should practice and just go for it.”
Meanwhile, since his departure from MBLAQ, Thunder went on to appear in the dramas, “Make A Woman Cry,” “We Broke Up” and “Woman with a Suitcase.”
He released his self-titled mini album on December 7 under Mystic Entertainment, along with the promotional track, “Sign” which features Goo Hara.