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What LE SSERAFIM’s Yunjin Was Sad To Leave Behind In The United States


She recently introduced it to Kazuha, who now “can’t live” without it.

LE SSERAFIM has been promoting their first English-language single, “Perfect Night,” with a round of interviews with global media outlets, including Vanity Fair, Glamour, Vogue Japan, Teen Vogue, and more.

(From left:) LE SSERAFIM’s Kazuha, Sakura, Yunjin, Chaewon, and Eunchae | @le_sserafim/Twitter

As fans know, the talented group is made up of members with varying interests, hobbies, and backgrounds who each bring a unique element to the group.

Through their interviews, they show just how close they’ve gotten during their time together and prove their fun group dynamic.

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The members’ unfiltered and hilarious personalities were on full display in their fun “I Dare You” interview with Teen Vogue.

For the interview, they played “truth or dare,” selecting prompts and choosing whether they would perform the dare, tell the truth, or drink hot sauce.

LE SSERAFIM’s Eunchae, Yunjin, Kazuha, and Sakura (Chaewon temporarily paused activities to recover from Type A flu at the time this was filmed) | Teen Vogue/YouTube

During the interview, Yunjin chose a “truth” prompt, which asked her to name the “worst part about growing up.

At first, the talented LE SSERAFIM member replied that she’s become forgetful as she’s gotten older, so she felt that “memory loss” was the worst.

After thinking about it, Yunjin realized there was something worse than memory loss that she experienced as she grew older, and revealed that she was missing one particular thing in America.

Yunjin explained that there is no Chipotle Mexican Grill in Korea, so she had gone “five or six years” without eating at the popular American fast casual restaurant chain.

Kazuha sympathized with Yunjin’s confession, hilariously revealing that she had tried Chipotle for the first time two days prior to filming the interview and felt she “[couldn’t] live” without it.

Yunjin and Kazuha aren’t the only K-Pop idols who have shown love for Chipotle. In 2022, the restaurant temporarily “re-branded” after BTS‘s Jungkook tried their food for the first time and unintentionally gave them a new name.

Check out more on that in the article below!

Chipotle Has Officially Rebranded, And It’s All Because Of BTS’s Jungkook


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