Choi Yena confessed her inner thoughts in “Don’t Forget Your Breakfast”

Choi Yena confessed her inner thoughts.

On the 6th, a video titled “After IZ*ONE, how much did Choi Yena earn? Flexing with 2 houses: Choi Yena” was posted on the YouTube channel “Don’t Forget Your Breakfast”.

In the released video, Jang Sung Kyu visited Choi Yena’s newly moved-in house. That day, Choi Yena’s breakfast menu was grilled beef.

Regarding this, Choi Yena said, “When I was a trainee, there was a place that served grilled beef 24 hours a day, and the smell was really good, but I couldn’t afford it because I didn’t have money. So, when I debuted, I wished to order it frequently from here.” She added, “These days, I eat it without any hesitation.”

Currently living with her older brother, Choi Yena mentioned, “There are times when I want to live separately. It’s too much. It’s annoying that my brother connected the game console to my credit card. But when he makes a purchase, it charges 100,000 won each time to the card. He could buy it if he wants to, but I get so mad that I curse at him.”

She also mentioned having a computer room, saying, “Having a computer room was my dream. My previous house had two rooms, but after moving, I got a computer room. My brother always says, ‘I hope you have a better life. I want to live like this.’”

Choi Yena, who debuted as a member of IZ*ONE through ‘Produce 101,’ still maintains a close relationship with the other members. She said, “We often gather at my house. When we get together, we watch old IZ*ONE videos on TV and talk about how difficult it was back then.”

She continued, “Last year, my family and I went on a trip abroad for the first time. And we went on another trip this year too.” She also confessed the story of buying her parents a house in Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi-do.

She recalled, “It’s so nice. I’ve never experienced it before. I didn’t know, but my parents never talked about any hardships. It was a situation where the house gradually became smaller, and I had to tell them about my allowance and when to recharge the bus card, but I could see that they were aware.”

Finally, she expressed her love for her parents, saying, “I was sick when I was about five years old. I didn’t know, but my parents got married late. I was about five years old. They went on their honeymoon, but I was so sick that we went to the hospital, and they found the disease. So, because of all these factors, there was no other way for me to do well, as it’s all thanks to my parents.”