When you posted “You Tube A Love Song” online, did you expect to get the response you did? I put it up thinking that it was going to be seen by a few people and get a couple laughs or whatever. With nearly 750,000 subscribers on You Tube, do you find yourself being recognized everywhere you go? There are times when people would come up and say hi. When you’re Korean, you’re supposed to play either violin or piano or cello – those choice instruments Korean parents put on their kids. When did you decide that you wanted to be a songwriter? My mom told me that if I did music, I would end up really poor and always struggling and always being hungry.
Or sometimes people would just look at me and stare, like when I’m eating or hanging out with a friend or something. Right when I picked it up at 16, that’s when I wanted to pursue this full-time because it was a lot of fun and it was something I felt I was naturally better at than other things in life. That was one of the things that drove me to work a little harder.
I think for a lot of people, you want to let things out and put it out and leave it there.
Wang and Chan will be on hand to present the film to Filipino fans during the special screening, which will also feature a Q&A session, as well as a meet and greet.
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Thanks to our friends at Livescape, Boyce Avenue will be heading to Malaysia on February 12 as part of their Asia Tour. Boyce Avenue is made up of brothers Alejandro, Fabian and Daniel.