(Photo : Respectable Facebook)The Chinese edition of the preferred Korean display "I Am The Singer" is launching lesser known Korean singers to popularity in China.
Hwang Chi Yeol and Jeong Soon Won (The One) made history in China on Hunan TV's "I Am A Singer," as Korean singers who were reasonably unknown in China earlier thanperformingat the show. On Jan. 15, Hwang changed intothe primary Korean to rank in the number two spot on "I Am A Singer," following The onlyputting in 3rd overall right throughthe former season.
Despite either men offering their voices on soundtracks for quite a bit of popular dramas, neither has noticed much good fortune overseas.
"Popular Korean stars from sort shows, Television dramas or videos imported into China are best of the list in China, yetthe onesand no longeremploying a such local popularity have to begin from rock bottom," acknowledged a Korean song label corporate CEO, reported the Korea Times.
"Hwang and Jeong, who broke into the Chinese showbiz industry with their appearances on Hunan TV, have done anything quite amazing."
Hwang currentlyseemed on a Chinese communicateprove and have become the style for the Chinese online shop YGQQ, whilstThe single will liberate an album in China in March.
The One debuted as a singer in 1997 and has released a lot of singles since then. He collaborated with Girls' Generation's Taeyeon on "Like A Star" in 2010, and has had songs featured in dramas like "That Winter, The Wind Blows. He won the 2nd one season of Korea's "I Am A Singer."
Hwang Chi Yeol debuted in 2007, and has released quite so much of songs over the years and seemed on more than one Korean range shows. In 2015, an appearance on Mnet's "I Can See Your Voice" ended in a surge in popularity for the singer, who in the past made much of his source of revenue acting as a vocal trainer for individuals of Limitless and Lovelyz.
Last month, veteran K-pop singer and previous S.E.S member Bada appeared on the Hunan TV music program and her functionalityused to be highly praised by capacity of the panel of judges.
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