161121 Choa To Participate In Musical “Hero”

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Crayon Pop member, Choa has made a commitment to appear in the musical, Hero.
Choa is responsible for the part of Ling Ling, a cute and thoughtful girl.
Musical, Hero performances are scheduled from January 18th, 2017, and tickets for the first show are available from Interpark starting on November 28th, 2016.
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For more information on musical, Hero, make sure to take note and visit this homepage www.acommusical.com

Choa will play this role from 18 Jan – 26 Feb 2017.

Source: Daum Fan Cafe

  • ezekiel

    great news.. thank you for sharing this..^^

  • Juliana Ocampo

    Excelente, abrir nuevos campos de trabajo..! #CF.

  • CP Ranger

    During Crayon Pop’s vlive for their Doo Doom Chit showcase, Choa mentioned that she would search for musical auditions herself & that she sometimes went without a manager taking her to the audition.
    Princess Choa passionate for musicals. 🙂
    http://www.vlive.tv/video/14263 at 29:52

  • John Vawter

    Choa is responsible for the part of Ling Ling, a cute and thoughtful girl.

    So she’s basically playing herself. 🙂

    • Paul Nikel

      Lmao 👍

  • CP Ranger
    • Firefall

      Thanks for the link. I really liked how this has a historical tie-in to Last Princess.

  • robertrickett

    Choa’s second great role in a serious musical about Korean History. She is getting a great start toward achieving her dream of being a professional musical stage actress and she is so pretty in her costume. Happy for Choa

    • Firefall

      I imagine it’s not easy to get a role in any musical, let alone popular and famous ones like Hero & Last Princess. The amount of confidence & passion she has is amazing. Very proud of Choa. 🙂

  • h4iumb1

    I am really happy for her, because she is so passionate about musicals. Heo MinJin fighting!!

  • Firefall

    That is a really cute photo, but I thought those were DooDoomChit pants when I first saw it. 😛

  • Aloha

    Is Choa a Korean Nationalist? Does she lean to the right? I ask because this sounds like a historical play that honors Korean patriotism.

    Nothing wrong with that. I actually respect people who are willing to stand by their beliefs.