After months of working on her business, Grace Lee is making her showbiz comeback as the newest talent of Viva.
As she sat down with Push, the Korean star says she’s confident to be teaming up with her new management. For this, she couldn’t hide away her excitement to take on new challenges as a TV host and radio disc jockey.
During her long break, Grace Lee said that she’s done some thinking about her career.
“And one thing I’ve learned is never limit yourself, always be open to possibilities and if God opens that door for you, you should be ready to walk in.”
With this in mind, it seems like Grace Lee has really committed herself in the country. As someone who has spent all her life in the Philippines, the country’s first-ever Korean TV host has inevitably learned how to think, speak, and live like its people, making her a true Filipino at heart.
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On the subject of her citizenship, Grace Lee, without hesitation, said that she’s willing to give up her Korean citizenship should she needs to.
“Kung kailangan talagang i-give-up, wala namang problema sa akin. So, pinag-aaralan ng mga lawyers ko yon, tingnan natin. Hopefully, soon I’ll be able to get my Filipino citizenship.”
In 2015, the 35-year-old made noise after she and former President Noynoy Aquino were reported to be dating. However, Grace revealed that they decided not to push through because of the pressure from the media.
Asked what he likes about Noynoy, she said that he’s “very smart” and “a good person”. Not surprising for her standards with men, the number one key factor being passion for what they do, regardless if “marami siyang pera o wala”.
“Nakaka-in love yung ganung lalaki, very passionate.”
Anyways, we couldn’t be any happier to know that Grace Lee is back! What an exciting year ahead!
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