He received rave reviews on “Chidori” and got his big break with “Aiseki Shokudo”! Who is this “second Anmika” Yuhyang? | FRIDAY DIGITAL

He received rave reviews on “Chidori” and got his big break with “Aiseki Shokudo”! Who is this “second Anmika” Yuhyang?

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I want to be the “Coco Chanel” of Asia! I want to wear passion powder like a fashion item that makes everyone around me smile just by walking around (laughs).

With a fresh smile, Yoohyang, 38, is active mainly in Asia as a beautician and businesswoman. Born and raised in Japan as a Korean, she became a naturalized Japanese citizen at the age of 23. Since then, she has been vigorously expanding her work while traveling back and forth between Japan and Korea.

The word “passion,” which is repeatedly uttered by her, directly translates to “passion. However, in Yoohyang’s hands, it becomes a power category called “Passionate Words.

Recently, he has also become popular as a TV personality, appearing two weeks in a row on “Aiseki Shokudo” (ABC TV), which aired on March 26 and April 2. Her skillful talk and unique passionate speech have already become a topic of conversation, and she is buzzing on social networking sites.

Her breakthrough came from a location star search project in the “Aiseki Shokudo” broadcast last August. The two members of the comedy duo “Chidori” also commented, “Where have you been hiding all this time? You’re going to sell this for sure! The response after the broadcast was surprisingly positive. The response after the broadcast was surprisingly positive.

On location in Korea for “Aiseki Shokudo” with Hiroyuki Baba (45) of the comedy trio “Robert.

The production staff of “Aiseki Shokudo” has been working with me since the show’s premiere. I was happy when I heard from the production staff of “Aiseki Shokudo” that the two members of Chidori laughed and said, “It was very funny, and the recording was a lot of fun.

Passionate phrases such as “passion powder,” “passionate DNA,” and “positive passion” are used throughout the program. The positive connotations matched with her cheerful personality attracted the audience.

I’m a talker,” she said. I used to practice being quiet, but when I started talking, I couldn’t stop (laughs). (Laughs.) So I was happy when I was praised for my talkativeness for the first time on the program. It made me think about living my life as a “chatty athlete” (laughs).

Yoohyang’s smile was full of uncontrollable passion powder as he laughed hysterically.

She was impressive in that she never stopped smiling during the interview, but why is she so positive?

She was shy until she was in the 5th grade of elementary school. I was harassed by a boy in my class at the time, and I talked back to him just once. Then, I stopped talking. At that time, I realized that it is important to say ‘I don’t like what I don’t like. Since then, I have tried to say what I want to say without holding back, and I think my character and my life started to change.

When she was in high school, she was the president of the student council. She not only says what she wants to say, but she is also conscious of how she says it.

For example, when you are invited to a restaurant you don’t want to go to, there is a big difference between saying, “I don’t want to go” and saying, “It looks delicious, but I don’t want to go today. I realized that a little awareness on …… can make a difference in how the other person perceives you, such as by communicating with high tension, smiling, or putting yourself in the other person’s shoes.”

During his college years, he worked part-time as a salesman for a major company, making more than 40 sales calls a day for three years.

I learned how to get people to accept me in less than 10 seconds while meeting new people every day. As a result, I came up with a sales style where I wore a big ribbon like Kitty (laughs). (Laughs.) If someone says, “What’s with the ribbon? I would say, “What’s with the ribbon? That’s how I learned how to keep people at a distance, and I’m still using it today as an adult.

On the other hand, there was a time when she had her own problems.

At that time, Korea was not as popular as it is today, and people around me distanced themselves from me just because I was a Korean living in Japan, and I was troubled by the fact that I was different from others. But if I became intimidated by that, it would have been the end of everything. So, I would tell them negative things or things that were difficult to say first. Now I advertise myself as a “fourth-generation Korean-Japanese” (laughs). Because of my roots in Japan and Korea, I live every day thinking that it is my mission to connect the two countries.

Yoohyang studied Korean Oriental medicine, “Han Man,” for seven years after suffering from her own health problems. As a beautician, she gives lectures and conducts corporate training, and also works hard in corporate consulting in Japan.

She taught us about beauty care that anyone can easily do.

I believe that the best beauty care is the care that approaches the inside of the body. In my case, I use my qualification in medicinal herbs to cook, and I drink mushroom soup, mugwort tea, and black bean soup. The other thing I do is to get some light. Just 30 minutes of morning light is said to produce vitamin D and positive hormones!”

Her skin age is like that of a 20-something, which is appropriate for a woman of her talent and beauty. One would think that she is leading a life of being popular with the ladies, but she also told us about the struggles she faces in her personal life.

I’m not popular at all. Even if I get a good feeling at first at a drinking party, everyone changes gears as soon as I start talking (laughs). (Laughs.) Also, I travel back and forth between Osaka, Tokyo, and Korea for work, so I always get cold feet and get dumped. and get cold feet and get dumped. My current goal is to be “wall-donned” just once! (laughs).

It is refreshing to hear that even a broken heart is viewed in a positive light, and that she is looking ahead. Having overcome any adversity, we asked her what she would like to try in the future.

She answered, “I just want more people to know who I am! I have found that my soul is shaken when someone is pleased by my passion powder. I want to help someone push their passion switch and move forward, even if it’s just one step. I want to say something funny, make someone smile, and cheer them up–I want to become a top-notch “encourager! (Laughs)”

Whenever he has a bad day, Yoohyang tells himself that he is “inside an eggshell. The day when the chicks in the “golden egg” will see the light of day is just around the corner.

Wormwood tea actually being made
Black bean soup actually being made
Visiting the market by himself to purchase fragrant ingredients that arrive on the same day.
A special cut from her recent first gravure challenge
  • Photo Courtesy of Yuhyang

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