It’s well-known that actress Lee Hana (Women in the Sun) is a music lover who enjoys singing. She’s the daughter of a songwriter and had early aspirations to become a singer before switching to acting.
She showed off her voice again on October 18, taking the stage in front of a thousand fans at the Grand Mint Festival 2008, an outdoor music festival showcasing a diverse mix of indie and rock bands, with a dash of club rock, bossa nova, and indietronica.
In her (first-ever) onstage musical performance, Lee Hana sang eight songs total, including a number of classic hits like “September” by Earth Wind and Fire, “Close to You” by the Carpenters, “Basia” by Astrud Gilberto, and “Fields of Gold” by Sting. I’ve noticed she has a taste for old-school folk and rock, so perhaps it’s a good thing she didn’t try her hand at debuting in the world of overprocessed kpop.