TWICE’s Chaeyoung Dished On Why She And Dahyun Are Close, And Sana Had Something To Say About It
TWICE‘s Sana and Chaeyoung recently enjoyed a lunch date by the Han River, buying ramen from a convenience store and preparing it themselves.
Given the special alone time they shared, it’s no surprise they talked about a range of topics. One such topic was about who else they would have wanted to go on a date with.
Chaeyoung, is there anyone besides me you’d like to go on a lunch date with?
Without having to give it much thought, she readily picked Dahyun, the other rapper of the group!
Chaeyoung explained that she and Dahyun are especially close because they became trainees at around the same time. She has known Dahyun longer than the other members.
Dahyun! Because we’ve known each other the longest. We’re close. She and I came to JYP Entertainment a month apart, and we have been on the same team since then.
Because of their history, they always have something to converse about. “We have a lot to talk about. We have a long-shared history,” Chaeyoung added.
Sana nodded in understanding and pointed out something interesting—that Chaeyoung and Dahyun have a lot in common. They are both talented writers, having written many songs for the group.
Very true. I think the two of you could write poetry together or something. Both you and Dahyun are good writers.
Knowing now that Chaeyoung wants to have a date with Dahyun, it would be lovely to see them go on one!
Aside from discussing why Chaeyoung and Dahyun are close, they also opened up about several topics. Sana, for example, looked back on the most difficult part about moving to Korea as a trainee.
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