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Billlie Tsuki Dreamt of Becoming an Idol Because of THIS Girl Group

Billlie member Tsuki revealed she dreamt of becoming a K-Pop idol because of a certain girl group!

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Billlie Tsuki Dreamt of Becoming an Idol After Becoming a Fan of One Girl Group

Recently, Billlie member Tsuki made a guest appearance on the May 18 episode of MBC every1’s variety program “South Korean Foreigners.”

In this episode, Tsuki, who was born in Japan, talked about her reason for coming to South Korea and becoming an idol.

During her appearance, Tsuki revealed that she became interested in K-Pop after watching second generation girl group Girls’ Generation and their performance in Japan.

Billlie Tsuki Dreamt of Becoming an Idol Because of THIS Girl Group

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Billlie Tsuki reveals Girls’ Generation made her want to become an idol

“I started to become interested in K-Pop after watching Girls’ Generation’s ‘Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)’ stage in Japan,” Tsuki said.

After watching Girls’ Generation’s performance then, she went on to dream of becoming a world-class singer. Later, she moved to South Korea when she was in second year of middle school back in 2016 to become a trainee under Mystic Story.

Billlie Tsuki Dreamt of Becoming an Idol Because of THIS Girl Group

(Photo : MBC every1)
Billlie Tsuki reveals Girls’ Generation made her want to become an idol

Now, six years after moving to South Korea and training, Tsuki made her debut in November 2021 with the seven-member girl group, Billlie. She later started receiving a lot of love after her fancam videos while performing their song “GingaMingaYo” became viral.

In fact, her popularity skyrocketed after her solo fancam videos recorded more than 8.7 million views on Youtube and more than 3.1 million views on Twitter.

Billlie Tsuki Dreamt of Becoming an Idol Because of THIS Girl Group

(Photo : MBC every1)
Billlie Tsuki reveals Girls’ Generation made her want to become an idol

She became a hot topic for her cute appearance and signature “bread” hairstyle, sharp dance moves, and on-point, diverse facial expressions.

After mentioning her recent success with “GingaMingaYo,” Tsuki expressed her gratitude for the love she has received from everyone after her fancam videos went viral.

She said, “It seems that people gave me a lot of love because my expressions changed every second.”

Billlie’s Latest Release

Following Billlie’s debut with their first mini album “The Billage of Perception: Chapter One” back in November 2021 with the song “Ring X Ring.”

The group made a comeback not long after and released their first digital single album “The Collective Soul and Unconscious: Snowy Night,” featuring the lead single “Snowy Night.”

More recently, they released their second mini album “The Collective Soul And Unconscious: Chapter One,” with “GingaMingaYo” as the lead single back in February of this year.

Meanwhile, Billlie released a dance cover video of NCT 127’s track “Kick It,” through the group’s official Youtube chanel.

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Written by Robyn Joan

Credit: KpopStarz

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