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Yoon Do-joon and Yang Yo-seob Recall Their Early Days

2018/05/30 Source

Yoon Doo-joon and Yang Yo-seob from the group Highlight recalled the time they first started.

Highlight was appointed as the PR ambassador for KOCCA (Director Kim Young-jun) which was held at Hongneung Content Human Resource Campus in Seoul on the 30th. They had a live talk under the theme of 'We Support Your Youth'.

Yoon Doo-joon recalled his first debuting days and said, "We were scared, but we believed in the energy that everyone had and now we've even become PR Ambassadors".

Yang Yo-seob said, "We were full of baseless confidence at first but reality suppressed that for us".

"However, enjoying what we do allowed us to overcome it".

Meanwhile, Highlight is active in various areas like entertainment and drama and it is a representing Hallyu Idol group that has a widespread global reputation. With becoming PR Ambassadors, they will seek to increase domestic and international interest in the content business and improve global awareness.

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