‘Welcome to Korea, this is my first time’ The Brazilian career woman Natalie’s extraordinary love for K-pop is revealed.
In MBC Every1’s ‘Welcome to Korea,’ which will be aired on the 3rd, Natalie’s daily life full of anti-war charms, working as a vice president of OB Beer, will be revealed.
On this day’s broadcast, Natalie, the vice president of ‘OB Beer’, a large domestic beer company, surprised everyone with her extraordinary love for K-pop. After waking up in the morning, Natalie started her day by playing a song from the girl group, ‘Espa’. She then listed the names of K-pop groups that she recently fell in love with, such as ‘Blackpink’ and ‘Twice’, thereby certifying her successor. “K-pop songs are excellent,” explained Natalie, “K-pop is a phenomenon in Brazil.”
Next, Natalie’s particular Korean study time will be revealed. Natalie visited her Korean teacher during lunch break and started studying Black Pink’s ‘Kill This Love’. Natalie is surprised by the powerful vocals of songs such as ‘Angels and Demons’ and ‘Cutting Your Breath’, saying, “I thought it was a happy song before.” In addition, Natalie, who encountered poetic lyrics such as ‘Slave of Emotion’ and ‘I Love You To Die’, gave laughter in embarrassment, saying, “I don’t think it can be used in everyday life.”
All of Natalie’s love for K-pop and Korean lessons from Brazil will be broadcast on MBC Every1’s ‘Welcome to Korea’ at 8:30 pm on the 3rd.