KARA member Seungyeon revealed during his guesting on tvN's "Problematic Man" that she had one high aspiration before she became a singer.
"When I was still in school, I studied in the United States for 2 years. More specifically, I was in New York and New Jersey," Seungyeon shared. It was later revealed on the show that Seungyeon once desired to become a doctor. She narrated, "Anyone can dream. At the time, I still wasn't so sure about wanting to become a singer, so I was studying as an insurance policy [for my future career]. When I was studying in the US, my friends went into medical school. I, on the other hand, returned to Korea to become a singer."
To delve more about Seungyeon's attempt at a medical degree, the hosts brought up a rather difficult question that is asked by John Hopkins University for applicants hoping to receive admission into the medical program. The question goes: "Should you treat an emergency patient who got hurt in the process of sexually assaulting a girl?"
Seungyeon expressed her profound understanding of the question, equally weighing the fine line between morality and professionalism, and expressing that defending a woman's right against abuse is just as important as keeping a person alive. "If I [was in that situation], I wouldn't be confident in giving equal treatment [to the abuser]," Seungyeon said and added, "I could lose my cool. It would have a difficult time treating him... Once I get into John Hopkins University, I will make sure to study hard and then I'll make my decision [on the question] after a long time of thinking it over."
What would your answer be if you were given that question?