The sibling artists told TV Report in an interview, “First off, we made our decision without any other motives. We reflected back on the entire audition process. YG gave us the most freedom. He heard us out as artists and allowed us to experience for ourselves what that would look like.” About SM and JYP Entertainment, they said, “Both companies taught us well. But YG didn’t try to teach us anything. Instead they told us, ‘You guys decide for yourselves, do something that’s fun for you.’ We liked that about them. They didn’t make us do any training. We used to listen to Epik High songs since way back, but when we met them it was comfortable and really fun. We liked that kind of environment.” According to the siblings, they lacked any prior knowledge about the company itself. They didn’t even really know who Yang Hyun Suk was. Since they had been living in Mongolia as missionary kids, it had been obviously difficult for them to become entirely familiar with K-Pop culture. “Before appearing on ‘K-Pop Star,’ we didn’t know anything about SM, YG, or JYP. We looked them up and studied hard before meeting the judges. We were shocked to learn that Yang Hyun Suk was such a noteworthy person in the business. We only knew that he had been a part of Seo Taiji and sang, ‘I Know.’. We even saw his dance practice clip. [Lee Soo Hyun starts doing the dance] It was amazing,” they admitted.
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