Girl's Day wants to highlight their beautiful legs through "I'll be yours"
Q. You finally made a comeback after a long hiatus. How do you feel?
Sojin: I'm so excited now. We've prepared a lot for our comeback, and we took much part in the album. Minah and I took part in writing lyrics, while Yura participated in writing rap lyrics.
Minah: I've written a lot of lyrics but it's my first time to take part in writing lyrics of Girl's Day's song. I'm excited and worried at the same time.
Hyeri: I'm very nervous, more so than ever before. Of course, it would good if we get a good result on online music charts, but I'm just happy that we can sing our new song for our fans.
Q. It has been a year and 8 months since you released "Ring My Bell." Why did it take so long to make a comeback?
Yura: We wanted to release a high quality album. It took us a long time to choose our title song.
Q. So, tell me about your new song "I'll be yours."
Hyeri: The song is a sexy music and we've been always sexy, but the notable thing is that "I'll be yours" is a song of a girl crush concept. And the choreography of the song has emphasis on our beautiful legs. We wanted to highlight our legs because we have many members who have beautiful legs. Actually, when we do the choreography, I stand behind the other members. I think all the members except for me have beautiful legs.
Q. How do you keep your body in shape?
Hyeri: Before making a comeback, I was very worried because I couldn't lose weight. I think I ate too much for a long time. As I can't bear hunger, I worked out hard.
Yura: When we released "Ring My Bell" in 2015, I sometimes didn't eat at all to keep my body in shape. But this time, I combined both exercise and diet in order to lose weight. I ate brown rice instead of white rice, and I was on a weight control that allows me to eat only meat too.
Minah: I drank low fat milk with almonds and navy beans every morning. It helped me lose weight.
Sojin: I did flying yoga to improve my figure.
Q. It has been 7 years since you debuted. By the way, there are many idol groups who have been disbanded 7 years after their debut. What do you think about it?
Sojin: I think there is no such thing as a 7-year curse. Yura always says it's just because of the period of idol groups' contracts with their agencies. And actually, we've already renewed our contract a year ago because we felt confident in our future.
Yura: What I want to say is that we have a great team work.
Q. There are so many young and fresh girl groups these days. Who's your favorite one?
Hyeri: Yeah, there are many cute and pretty girl groups, and I've watched all of their performances. They're really good. In the old days, I had a sense of rivalry against other girl groups, but I don't these days. I'll support them as their fan.
Q. Tell me about your future plan.
Sojin: We've filmed a lot of TV shows just before making a comeback. We still have a lot to show, and We'll try our best at everything we do.