The song “Miroh” by Kpop group Stray Kids gave her motivation to overcome hardships, Nmixx’s Haewon shared.
In a recent Vlive, Haewon from the JYP girl group Nmixx shared that she listened to “Miroh” on loop during her difficult times.
“Miroh” is a title song from Stray Kids’ fourth extended play “Clé 1: Miroh”, which boasted inspiring lyrics, including a chorus as follows:
“It’s not hard, in this rough jungle
It was me who ran into it, I’m okay
We goin’ higher in the next city
Looking down the buildings, fly all day.”
In particular, Haewon said: “When I was still a trainee, I would catch a bus to get to the subway station, and on the way there, I usually listened to this song. It was during my most difficult time, and I’d put the song on loop, all the way from Incheon station to the company”. Then, “Miroh” started to play.
The female idol continued: “Each time I listened to the track, I would imagine myself as a movie protagonist and got off with a renewed bravery. Now that I think about it, it was embarrassing, humming to the lyrics “Miroh” on the subway in front of everyone.”
Throughout their Vlive, Lily M and Haewon shared and sang along to their favorite songs. Their excitement and sincerity is earning a lot of love from fans and the netizens alike.