Bang Chan, the chief of Ok-pop boyband Stray Kids, has opened up about his struggles with self-doubt and fulfilling his personal expectations.
In a current interview with GQ Australia, the 23-year-old idol mentioned his position because the chief and being within the group and spending time along with his fellow members how they’ve helped him achieve confidence. Bang Chan had shared that he usually discovered it troublesome to acknowledge his personal development and achievements.
“I don’t know if I have the right to say this myself, because I still have a lot of improving that needs to be done,” mentioned the Sydney-raised singer and producer about his music. “Maybe it’s because I’m expecting myself to be better so I’m pushing myself harder.”
Bang Chan went on to disclose that his self-doubt could possibly be because of his tendency to place others first. “Another reason could be, well, I don’t think I actually, really love myself,” he admitted. “It’s not like I hate myself, but because I’m still trying to search for the real person that I am, I’m still awkward.”
Nonetheless, the musician additionally added that he’s “never thought of helping myself out” as a result of its his fellow Stray Children members who give him reassurance in his abilities. “They acknowledge the stuff that I do and compliment me because I don’t compliment myself,” he mentioned.
“That’s something I’m really thankful for,” Bang Chan added, noting that its his bandmates who’ve helped him “realise who I am as I slowly find the path”.
Elsewhere within the interview, Bang Chan additionally mentioned how the group have settled on their musical id. “I felt good because Stray Kids [as an identity] felt so good on me,” mentioned the idol. “And just imagining myself this free and excited about everything—that made me feel like, ‘That’s who I really am’.”
Stray Children launched their sophomore studio album ‘NOEASY’ on August 23. The report is their first launch since successful Mnet actuality TV programme Kingdom: Legendary War, and likewise contains the return of member Hyunjin following a lengthy hiatus.
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