K-pop artist Samuel revealed that everyone thinks that he is completely Korean now even though he was born and raised in the United States.
On April 16, Samuel guested on JTBC's talk show 'Idol Room' for the special episode titled 'Hello, Non-Korean K-pop Stars'.
During the talk, one of the hosts Jung Hyung Don asked Samuel, "Aren't you like basically Korean? You probably don't even miss the States anymore. Isn't that right?"
Samuel laughingly answered, "Well, it has been about nine years since I came to Korea. I believe my Korean is quite good now."
He continued, "It's interesting that you mentioned that, because that's what everybody else thinks of me. These days, a lot of people see me as 100% Korean."
Then, he added, "To be honest with you though, I tend to think of having Korean food than anything else when I'm hungry."
With curious eyes, Jung Hyung Don asked, "In that case, which language do you feel more comfortable using? Korean or English?"
As Samuel answered that he still felt more comfortable using English, Jung Hyung Don threw him another question, "Do you dream in Korean or English?"
Samuel responded, "When I have dreams in Korea, I dream in Korean. When I have dreams in China, I dream in Chinese. It really depends on where I am in this world at that moment."
Meanwhile, Samuel released a Japanese version of his song from last year 'ONE' on March 20.
(Lee Narin, Credit= JTBC Idol Room, 'bravpunxh' Instagram)