GDragon, “It was initally ‘Somehow’ and not ‘Haru Haru’.”

Big Bang appeared on SBS ‘Kim Jung Eun’s Chocolate’ on 24th September.

And leader GDragon revealed, “In our latest song ‘Haru Haru’, there is one part to the lyrics that goes, ‘Somehow I can endure, somehow I can stand it’, hence in the beginning we thought of naming the title ‘Somehow’.”

He also added, “But it doesn’t seemed like a good title and we were told that it is too common a title. So President Yang changed the title to “Haru Haru (Day by Day)”.

On this episode of ‘Kim Jung Eun’s Chocolate’, Big Bang also performed ‘Oh My Friend’ together with No Brain.

Translated by: sookyeong.wp



~ by Momo on September 26, 2008.

8 Responses to “GDragon, “It was initally ‘Somehow’ and not ‘Haru Haru’.””

  1. i agree, haru haru is much more cathy. not to mention memorable!

    somehow—is to typical.–so THANK GOD- the title track was named haru haru! 🙂

  2. No matter what the title is, it’s still the nice song we love right?! 🙂 But i prefer haru haru! XD

  3. geurok juerok is cacthy too.
    but haruharu is definitely perfect,
    in malaysian, day by day is hari ke hari.
    so it’s kinda like haru haru ehehehe

  4. ever since i read that, whenever i listen to haru haru, that line sticks out in my head. lol~!

  5. Aww G-Dragon
    Haru Haru..Hrmmm it doesn’t matter
    it would of been nice also.
    Haru Haru is better i guess

  6. yeah… i like haru haru.
    but either way, its in my top 2 anyway. ^_^

  7. geureok~jeoreok chama~bolmanhaeee♪~:D

  8. Haru Haru sound a bit better the “Somehow”…
    but who cares? the song is steel AMAZING!!!

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