THEY’re four strong-headed, sassy ladies who have no problems taking charge of their personal lives and burgeoning showbiz careers.
But label them bra-burning feminists? Hell no.
K-pop quartet Miss A might have boldly crooned: “I can live well without a man, so if you’re not confident, don’t come to me, I don’t sell myself easily,” on their groovy hit single, I Don’t Need A Man, but the truth is, like most women seeking for Mr Right, they need love and affection too.
In an e-mail interview with LOUD ahead of Miss A’s concert here this weekend, 21-year-old Min (Lee Min Young) said: “I would never consider myself a feminist, as my strength comes from those who support everything I do, including my friends, family, and fans...Live without a man? I don't think so! Haha.”
More in LOUD in The New Paper on Tuesday (Feb 12).