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Singer Huh Gak became a married man today as he got married to his same-age fiance.
Today, Huh Gak's wedding was held in Kang Nam, Seoul. He held a press conference earlier in the day for the wedding.
Huh Gak's wife is a non-celebrity who is the same as him, and they dated for 2 years. The two were wedded by their church's pastor Samuel Chang. For his wedding, John Park and his twin brother Huh Gong sang.
Huh Gak delivered the news of his wedding on September 5 through his fan page, saying, "I learned much through preparations for the wedding. I will be Huh Gak that continues to grow through those learnings and teachings and a Huh Gak that continues to sing."
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Singer Huh Gak has tied the knot with his girlfriend of two years.
On October 3, Huh Gak married his girlfriend of two years at Seoul’s Raum. A pastor at the couple’s church officiated the wedding, and fellow ‘Superstar K2’ contestant John Park, and Huh Gak’s twin brother Huh Gong sang the congratulatory songs.
Congratulations to Huh Gak and his wife!
Huh Gong follows Huh Gak by contributing to “The Chaser” soundtrack.
Singer Huh Gak’s twin brother, Huh Gong, released a special single entitled, “What You Forget” for the SBS drama “The Chaser’s” soundtrack. Huh Gong is known for his successful stint on “The Voice: Korea.”
On July 17 “What You Forget” was made available for purchase through various online music sites. Huh Gong’s vocals in the song are unique as his presentation is clear and clean yet still full of emotion. The song features a sad piano melody which goes well with the accompanying lyrics. There is also an instrumental version of the track available for download.
“What You Forget” was recorded as a special thank you gift to fans of “The Chaser” for helping the drama exceed 20% of ratings
A special single has been released for SBS drama "The Chaser."
Huh Gong sings "What You Forget" for the SBS drama "The Chaser. The special single by Huh Gong was released as a special thanks to fans for the drama exceeding the 20% rating.
Many have anticipated this OST release as Huh Gong is known to be the twin brother of popular vocalist, Huh Gak. Along with the title track, the single also includes the instrumental version of "What You Forget."
You can purchase his OSt track at Bugs, Soribada and Olleh Music.
On the June 16th broadcast of ‘Immortal Song 2‘, viewers were informed on how to differentiate Huh Gak from his twin brother Huh Gong.
The twins performed a duo for the Yang Hee Eun special of the show, and while preparing for their performance, singer Hong Kyung Min jokingly asked, “Aren’t you Huh Gong?”
He then revealed how to tell the difference between the brothers, stating, “There’s a way to differentiate Huh Gak and Huh Gong. Kang Min Kyung.”
The waiting room exploded into laughter as Hong Kyung Min continued that Huh Gak’s ears turn bright red whenever Kang Min Kyung is mentioned.
Huh Gak has previously stated that he’s a huge fan of the Davichi member
Singer Huh Gak responded to the rumors that suggested he and his brother were a part of ‘jopok‘ (Korean organized crime association) in Incheon.
On the May 23rd broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Radio Star‘, the MCs asked Huh Gak, “There’s a rumor that says you were once a member of the Incheon jopok. Is it true that you and your brother Huh Gong were twin delinquents?”
Huh Gak answered, “Not at all. Ever since my brother was little, he sang all across Incheon, and also received many requests to sing at weddings. I think he couldn’t refuse the requests [for the jopok weddings] because they were for such happy events. I think that’s where these rumors stemmed from.”
He continued, “After debuting as a singer, I did receive many offers to sing at the weddings of jopok members, but I never took up any of them
Singer Huh Gak was outraged hearing his brother Huh Gong‘s surprising confession.
On the May 7th broadcast of MBC‘s ‘Come To Play‘, ‘Voice Korea‘ contestant Huh Gong admitted, “My brother was scheduled to stand on an amateur stage before his debut, but he was very sick.”
“If he did not stand on stage, he would have had to forego his pay, so I stood on that stage pretending to be him,” he continued.
The problem was what happened afterwards.
“A female student came up to me and told me that she was always cheering me on, and handed me a gift,” he said. But Huh Gong who was captivated by her beauty decided that he wanted to date her
During the filming of the upcoming episode of MBC "Come To Play," Huh Gong confessed that he pretended as twin brother Huh Gak from time to time at his convenience. Huh Gong said, "Huh Gak's always been a good singer before 'Super Star K2.' He's been performing on various stages since our school days and had many fans."
He added, "A female fan of Huh Gak thought I was him and told me she liked me. So I pretended to be Huh Gak and continued meeting her." Upon his brother's confession, Huh Gak seemed outraged, which made the audience laugh hard. Huh Gong also confessed that pretending to be Huh Gak allowed him many free meals at restaurants, infuriating Huh Gak even more.
The more detailed confession of Huh Gong will be featured on upcoming episode of MBC "Come To Play," which airs on May 7 at 11:15pm KST
Huh Gak comforted his twin brother Huh Gong.
On April 21st, Huh Gak left words of comfort for his brother on his personal Twitter by writing, “You will always be first place in my heart. You did well. I love you.”
The reason Huh Gak comforted his brother was because Huh Gong was eliminated from the latest episode of Mnet‘s ‘The Voice Korea‘.
Huh Gong sang Jo Gyu Chan‘s “I Will Give You Everything” passionately, but in the end he could not advance to the semi finals.
Singer Yoon Do Hyun was touched by Huh Gak’s warm tweet and responded saying, “How heartwarming. I hope for continuous happiness for both of you
Mnet‘s ‘Voice Korea‘ contestant Huh Gong recently shed some weight in order to distinguish himself from his twin brother Huh Gak.
During a recent interview, Huh Gong remarked, “After the battle rounds, I lost about 13 pounds in 10 days. I think the biggest difference between my brother and myself could possibly be that he doesn’t like to work out while I am taking care of myself.”
“When people lose a lot of weight at once, sometimes they tend to look sick, but I think I looked okay during the first live show,” he continued. “I am only eating the things my trainer tells me to eat, and I work out until he tells me stop.”
“I have a birth mark next to my eyebrow, but Huh Guk doesn’t,” Huh Gong also explained