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The Brave Guys segment on KBS2TVs Gag Concert has been discontinued.
According to producers, after the comedians finish filming on the 6th KST, the Brave Guys segment will be officially discontinued. The Brave Guys, whove also dipped into the music scene, became a hit after they debuted on the comedy show in February of last year.
The last episode of Gag Concert with the Brave Guys, Shin Bora, Jung Tae Ho, Park Sung Kwang, and Yang Sung Il, will be aired on February 10th KST.
Are you sad to see them go?
Last month, Supreme Team‘s E-Sens left comments on his Twitter account regarding comedians who imitated hip hop artists, causing a big controversy.
His tweets quickly drew a lot of attention of the public, who assumed that the E-Sens was directing his comments toward the comedian team Brave Guys from ‘Gag Concert’.
However, it seems that E-Sens and Brave Guys have already resolved the misunderstandings between themselves.
During a recent press conference for ‘Gag Concert’, Park Sung Kwang shared, “We have resolved our misunderstandings and there is no discomfort whatsoever between us now… I know Supreme Team’s Simon D, so I heard from him that E-Sens definitely did not mean [for his tweets to be understood by us that way]. We also met with Dynamic Duo and talked with them and resolved misunderstandings as well.”
Another Brave Guys member Jung Tae Ho revealed, “To be honest, we had a difficult time due to the negative comments on SNS (social networking sites). However, we also think that it’s freedom of expression.”
On the December 9th broadcast of KBS 2TV “Gag Concert”, the Brave Guys threw away their hip-hop images to transform into a rock band.
Regarding their change, the Brave Guys shared, “Someone doesn’t like us doing hip-hop.”
A few weeks ago, Supreme Team member E-Sens left a message on his Twitter stating that he hated comedians who acted as hip-hop musicians.
Not too long after his statement, the Brave Guys announced their musical retirement, saying, “We will no longer sing”.
During the broadcast, the Brave Guys stated, “Why does making music have to be so hard. Music should not be about being yours or mine. It should belong to everyone.”
Comedians Brave Guys of ‘Gag Concert‘ recently retired from the music industry after releasing their first and last album ‘A to Z‘ as well as the music video for its title track “Growing Distant”. However, member Shin Bora might become a solo singer in the near future.
A representative shared, “She’s planning to focus on KBS‘ ‘Gag Concert’. Though talks of album promotions haven’t been laid out in detail, she’ll consider it if a good opportunity comes along.”
On December 6th, member Park Sung Kwang also expressed on his Twitter, “We’ll be leaving the music industry after this album. We’re burdened [that we might've caused trouble] for the industry during this time.”
He added, “We’ll now be leaving that difficult world that didn’t match us and return in front of you all as comedians. But I’m not sure. Because Bora sings well, she might go out and sing solo. Though we’re giving up singing and rapping now, we’ll be giving our all to the Brave Guys segment on ‘Gag Concert’.”
Are you looking forward to singer Shin Bora?
Popular comedy group Brave Guys of Gag Concert is making its final round of music promotions for their latest title track Recede off of their first full-length album A to Z.
A to Z contains a total of 10 tracks featuring all the various types of music. Unlike Brave Guys previous bright and upbeat tracks, the albums title track, Recede showcases more emotional side of the members.
Brave Guys previously announced their retirement from the music industry. The new album will be their final one as the group retires from singing and focuses on comedy. Although Brave Guys wont be holding any more activities as singers, fans will still be able to see them singing their songs on Gag Concert.
Check out their performance below!
Brave Guys has unveiled its first and last album A to Z.
Brave Guys released its 10-track album on December 6, featuring the main song Growing Distant. The group, consisting of comedians Shin Bora, Park Sung Kwang, Jung Tae Ho, and Yang Sun Il, also unveiled its music video for the song, shying away from their usual comedic acting.
Brave Guys will be appearing on KBS’ Music Bank for the last time on December 6 and will be retiring from its singing career. The group will continue its comedic skit on KBS’ Gag Concert.
The decision to retire from the music industry came after Supreme Team rapper E-Sens criticized comedians doing hip-hop.
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KBS's comedy show Gag Concert has been growing in popularity immensely this past year. One of the most successful acts to date is the Brave Guys, a regular skit about a three-membered hip hop group that sing/rap their advice to a guy who seems to always be getting rejected (with all the typical "wrong" behaviour), but doesn't realize why.
The Brave Guys have released actual singles before to a raving audience. This time, it's not just a single, but an album. Their first full-length, and last full-lenth album.
The group announced that this will be their first and last album venture in music, as they will be focusing on their main day-job: making people laugh.
The new album will feature three previously released songs in addition to seven new songs. The title track "Growing Distant", displays a more serious side to the group accompanied by strings and the piano.
Fans Donate Rice To Celebrate Hyun Bin's Discharge From The Military
It's been two long years for the fans of Hyun Bin, as their favorite actor was away from the public eye serving his national duties. However, that wait is over!
The "it" guy of 2010, Hyun Bin reached superstar status after the hit drama "Secret Garden". To celebrate his 21 months of service in the Marines, his fans from both Korea and abroad, donated 4.35 tons of rice. The rice will be sent to charities chosen by Hyun Bin himself.
At the press conference held for the actor's discharge on December 6th, Hyun Bin shared how much he had missed acting and that he can't wait to get back to work.
The first and last album, ‘A to Z‘‘ of Gag Concert‘s Brave Guys has been brought out.
It is said that this album consists of all the various types of music which the members would like to perform before ending their singing careers and to concentrate on their main field of expertise. It makes people burst into laughter.
In the album, there are three previous releases and seven new songs for a total of 10 tracks.
The title track, “Growing Distant” is portrayed as a song combining piano and strings that displays the members feelings.
Watch it below as well as some of the other tracks off the album!
On December 6th, Brave Guys of ‘Gag Concert have officially brought out their music video for title track “Growing Distant” from their first and final album ‘A to Z‘.
The album consists of 3 pre-released songs and 7 new songs, showing the various music styles of Brave Guys as well as bringing laughter to listeners.
Meanwhile, “Growing Distant” revealed the emotional sides of the Brave Guys members with piano and strings sounds.
Have a look at the MV below!
Popular comedy group Brave Guys of Gag Concert has released its first full-length A to Z on December 6th. However, they decided that the new album will be their final one as the group retires from singing and focuses on comedy.
A to Z contains a total of 10 tracks featuring all the various types of music. Unlike Brave Guys previous bright and upbeat tracks, the albums title track, Growing Distant showcases more emotional side of the members.
Brave Guys wont be holding any more activities as singers, but fans will still be able to see them singing their songs on Gag Concert.