TVXQ Yoonho, "I Was Going to Give Up Being a Singer Because of a Lump in my Throat"
By Staff Writer | October 02, 2012 12:40 PM EDT
TVXQ appeared on KBS "Do Dream" and tried out the relay lectures.
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This episode's lecture theme was 'Dreams do not Abandon Us' and Yoonho commented, "My mother's side is all vocalists and I think I received their talent because I won a contest when I was young for the vocal section."
However, Yoonho also talked about his sudden hormone abnormality then caused him to get a lump in his throat. Yoonho commented, "I couldn't even talk straight with this and so I even thought about giving up my dream as a singer."
However, after a long and arduous journey, he was able to debut as a singer. Yoonho commented, "Once, before a concert, the part of my throat that I had surgery on backfired and about 40-50 lumps appeared on my face and neck."
He continued, "The agency told me that I needed to rest, but I wanted to show the audience that I was trying my best. I ended up numbing my neck and going on stage," bringing shock to the audience.
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