Lunch is a Korean singer who debuted on September 22, 2019 with the single Bad Bye (featuring Ovan). The song is available in both Korean and English.
We would like to thank Lunch for providing us with this great interview and wish her all the best in her career.
I am called Lunch, and I am a singer based in South Korea.
I made my debut with Bad Bye (Feat. OVAN) in 2019. I cover R&B and pop music and my hope is to make music that the listeners can relate to. ^___^
I happened to meet the CEO of CSP, while I was recording with the main producer of the agency. When the CEO heard my voice, he exclaimed that I had the exact type of voice that the company was looking for. From then onwards, I’ve been making music ~!
I am always practising my vocals and writing music and lyrics, indoors at the studio. 🙂
It was such a pity that we couldn’t have any performances during 2020, so I just hope we can do shows and interact with people when the pandemic ends.
“Smile”, since I’ve heard from many fans that my music makes them unconsciously smile, which is very touching.
I’m really into a lot of City pop these days, so I’m listening to Plastic Love frequently.
Google Map is also something that I listen to a lot – it expresses the state of being fatigued and physically tired very adequately, which fit in well with the current times with the coronavirus and all.
I love desserts and drinks that contain strawberries. I’m obsessed with strawberry milk, strawberry milkshake, strawberry cake, etc. Lol.
Also, it may be difficult for the people who aren’t Korean to understand but I really enjoy eating gopchang, makchang and daechang. They’re my favourite food but I don’t get to have them often because of my diet.
He must have similar humor as myself! And, I like someone who has nice-looking ears.
I really love soccer. I am a massive fan of Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur, so I tune in to watch his matches even at dawn. I also love extreme sports – it’s on my bucket list to swing on Nevis swing in the future.
I would like to perform in the Philippines and Moscow, Russia. I spent my childhood in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, so I grew up listening to Russian music. Performing in Russia would be a wonderful experience for me.
Thanks to the people who enjoy my music, I am able to happily do my thing and make music.
In 2021, I will do my utmost to bring you great music along with my family at Recipe Music, so stay tuned. Thank you to all of you who waited for me.
Please take good care of yourselves!