Beauty, brains, and a pop career? It might seem like Sojin, lead singer of K-Pop girl group Girl's Day, has it all. But last night, the singer revealed she'd made other plans for herself when she was younger.
Appearing on tvN's Problematic Man program, last night, Sojin said she was one of the top students in her class, and had impeccable grades. So good, in fact, she had considered a career in medicine.
"I wanted to either become a doctor or work as a doctor of Korean medicine," she said.
Before become the star she is today, Sojin majored in mechanical engineering at Yeungnam University, where she claimed she was very popular amongst the boys.
The Girl's Day band mate even shared on the show that she rarely had to pay for a meal, thanks to the men who'd willingly pick up her tab.
But in spite of that remark, Sojin was adamant she had "never dated" until she was 25, well after completing her degree.
You can watch the Sojin's Problematic Man appearance below.