Rabu, 05 Desember 2012

[Style] B2ST Shows Off Its Seasoned Looks and Thoughts for ′1st Look′

The B2ST members posed for the cameras of 1st Look and opened up on how they′ve been doing, as well as their plans for 2013.

B2ST teetered on the border of being men or boys for the new issue of 1st Look, issued on November 15. The boys shone in their own individual charms all the while, in different styles of toned down shirts, knits and jeans.

The Diesel watches on their wrists especially drew attention, as they were the Korea Exclusive Editions designed for Korea and the Batman Limited Editions, released to celebrate director Christopher Nolan′s last Batman series, The Dark Knight Rises.

In the interview, Yoon Du Jun announced he would be busy as an actor next year, as he plans to appear in the drama Iris 2 and the film Return of the Family. He also added that in the three years that followed his debut, he went through the most changes.

"I′ve calmed down now, and compared to how I was when I first made my debut, I′ve become more laid back," he said. "Of course there are moments when I still become very anxious and confused, but the time for me to express myself with less pressure is on its way. That′s why these days I feel all my work is fun."

Lee Gi Kwang said, "I learned during my two years with Win Win how to become more positive, and how to live life," while Yong Jun Hyung added, "If 2012 was a year in which B2ST grew more mature, I hope 2013 will become a year in which that maturity bears fruit."

"I hope 2013 becomes a year in which each B2ST member gets to show off his own charms and potential," said Jang Hyun Seung, and Yang Yo Seop commented, "Like we won the Grand Prize in 2011 with Fiction, we′ll work hard to win another one in 2013."

Lastly, Son Dong Woon advised, "People feel especially lonely in December, but I hope everyone realizes that there are a lot of people around them who care."

The full interview and photo spread can be found in the new issue of 1st Look.

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