A British-born K-pop star who moved to Seoul as a child to train to join a girl group has revealed the grueling reality of no days off, strict monitoring and sleeping on the floor in cramped dorm rooms. Euodias, 21, from Sunderland, spent two years living in a trainee house while she pursued her dream of stardom in South Korea. She told the BBC that girls would regularly starve themselves and pass out during rehearsals due to exhaustion, while the company ‘encouraged’ them to have plastic surgery to look more like a popstar. There were also ‘uncles’ who closely monitored the girls’ behaviour to ensure they didn’t miss strict curfews. Despite being placed in a girl group, Euodias ended up walking away from her dream at the end of her contract before the band launched, and returned to the UK. The 21-year-old now works as a YouTuber and has over 38,000 followers on Instagram. Euodias, 21, dreamed of being a K-pop star and spent two years in intensive training with a company in Seoul before she walked away. Pictured, in an Instagram snap shared last year Euodias, pictured in an Instagram snap, had dreamed of being a K-pop star, but… Read full this story
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