Hard work and a never-say-die attitude towards achieving your dreams lie underneath all the sparkles of life as an idol group. This is a notion deeply appreciated by Noella Sisterina, a 17-year-old teenager who once held the title of JKT48 Member.
Author: Pitra Satvika
For our “Interview with a Former Member” series this time, JKT48Stuff received an opportunity to chat with Zebi Magnolia Fawwaz (or Zebi), a third generation member of JKT48. Zebi talked to us about her past experiences as a fan, her transition into a member, and also her plans for the future.
JKT48Stuff got a chance to meet with one of JKT48 3rd generation alumnae, Kezia Andinta (Kei). She was able to spare time for a short interview, and we met her at one of the many shopping malls in Jakarta. We asked her to tell her story…
Photography is my hobby since I was in college. Whenever I travel or see cultural festivals, I took some photos. Whenever I had a chance to photo a model, I took it. And whenever I attend a music festival or concert, and if it was possible for me to take some photos, I also took the chance. It was a fun thing for me to photograph scenery, culture, model, and stage performances.
It has been more than a year since I attended a JKT48 OFC (Official Fan Club) event. Last Saturday (20 September 2014), the latest OFC event was held in Crematology Coffee Roasters, Jl. Suryo, South Jakarta. This was the first OFC event that featured the third generation of JKT48.
Today (September 10th 2014), Bandai held a press conference to announce about their new project at JKT48 Theater with Reino Barack, Senior VP for Business Development at MNC Group, opens the AIKATSU! press conference.