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On February 1st, Seo In Youngs pupil Heo Sung Joo, Yun Sangs Seo Yuri, and B2STs Yoseobs Kim Myung Joo competed in the final round of the reality singing competition Voice Kids.
The first one up was Heo Sung Joo, who sang Shin Jong Hyuns A Cup of Coffee and impressed with her unique voice, song arrangement, and her adlibs.
The next contestant Seo Yuri sang Daisy (Deul Kuk Hwa)’s Its Just Love and stunned viewers by pulling off such a difficult song for someone her age. Final contestant Kim Myung Joo displayed her powerful and skillful vocals with her emotional cover of Kim Soo Chuls A Flower That Hasnt Bloomed All the Way”.
After screening the votes of 400 individuals, Kim Myung Joo came out as the victor and took home the grand prize. For her victory speech, Kim Myung Joo thanked her coach and family saying, I thank Coach Yoseob for finely teaching me and Id also like to thank my mother who raised me.
Kim Myung Joos coach Yoseob then modestly explained, I did not do anything. It was Kim Myung Joo who worked hard for this and because of her I received the title of ‘winning coach. I am thankful.
On another note, Kim Myung Joo won a 30 million won ($27,392.52 USD) scholarship as well as an opportunity to create a digital single.
Watch the final episode below:
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yang yoseob mnet voice of korea kids coachBEAST's Yang Yoseob, who is working as a coach in Mnet "Voice of Korea Kids," was shown two extreme sides by the contestants, making him smile at times but humiliating him at other times.
In "Voice Kids" aired today, the winners showed interest in idol member Yang Yoseob as their coach, making him laugh. But the contestant Lee Gun took out Yang Yoseob for coach suggestion, humiliating him.
Lee Gun, who had come out in tvN "Korea's Got Talent" in the past as well, showed perfect beat skills, rising to the top. When he was chosen by all the coaches, he was given the power to choose which judge he wants to be coached by. Then, he asked, "May I drop one person first?," and, pointing at Yang Yoseob, said "The person wearing white."
Mnet is looking for the next undiscovered, kid star.
The cable channel show revealed its newest audition program The Voice of Korea Kids on September 26, which is scheduled to premiere in January of next year .
The Voice of Korea Kids is the kid version of the smash-hit singing competition show, The Voice of Korea and will only take in contestants ages 6 to 14 (born after November 1 of 1997 through October 31 of 2006) who can sing.
Chief producer Oh Kwang Suk explained how the show came to be saying, “While doing Superstar K and The Voice of Korea we met a lot of talented young friends and thinking that a program focused on them would be good, we decided to create this show.”
Similar to The Voice of Korea, in the preliminaries, kids will sing live for a panel of judges who will have their backs turned to the contestant so they can only judge on each contestant’s performance.
The show’s homepage will begin taking in online entries for the show beginning on September 27 with a premiere target date of January, 2013.
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Mnet has recently brought out a preview for the upcoming ‘Voice Korea Kids‘ (‘Voice Kids’ ), showing profiles of the three coaches/mentors, Yoon Sang, Seo In Young, and B2ST‘s Yoseob.
The three will be serving as mentors as well as judges for the contestants who range in age between 6-14.
In addition, former KBS announcer Jun Hyun Moo has been chosen to become the host of the show.
‘Voice Kids’ is set to premiere on January 4th!
Meanwhile, have a look at the preview below!
Son Seung Yeon and her fellow singers from "Voice Korea" may be grouping in combination as the feminine g.o.d on an upcoming episode of "Immortal Song".
The monster rookie will be joined through Yoo Sung Eun, Woo Hye Mi, Ji Sae Hee, and season 2 winner Lee Ye Joon to channel the five individuals of the mythical idol organization g.o.d. They"re lately stated to be getting ready a great stage, and with Son Seung Yeon"s recognition at the show, audience will have to look forward to it!
This episode, that will also feature Hwang Chi Yeol, Shin Yong Jae, TEEN TOP, G-Friend, and Kim Feel, will air on December 12.
Singer Yoo Sung Eun may be freeing a mini album, her first in two years and 3 months.
On September 27, a representative said, “Yoo Sung Eun will be releasing her 2d mini album mid October and meet with fans.”
Her remaining album “BE OK” used to be released in July 2013. Despite the reality that she has released a couple of singles and drama sound tracks between now and then, lovers are desperate to in the end greet a new album.
Yoo Sung Eun first was known via Mnet’s “Voice Korea Season 1” in 2012 after winning moment position with her robust voice. previous this year, she took on acting as smartly in Mnet’s song drama “Persevere, Goo Hae Ra.” She also released her rated R unmarried “Marijuana” last August.
Song Il Kook and Triplets appeared to have donated 100 M won from the earning generated from Calendar so as to support kids in Nepal and Korea
-- Song Il Kook and his triplets, Daehan, Minkook, and Manse, donated to help victims of the Nepal earthquake as well as sick children in Korea.
On May 4, Child Fund Korea revealed that Song Il Kook and his triplets donated a large sum of money to the NGO. The father and sons donated a total of 100 million won to help children in both Nepal and Korea.
Regarding the donation, Song Il Kook stated, "As I raise my own kids, my heart goes out first to children who are sick. I decided to donate to the children who are suffering due to the Nepal earthquake and the sick children in Korea who can′t run around and play on Children′s Day."
The donation was from the profits of the Song Triplets′ calendars. Currently appearing KBS′ Return of Superman, the Song Triplets began selling calendars at the end of 2014.
Initially, Song Il Kook created the calendars as presents to friends and family, but as the calendar creation process was shown through broadcast, viewers requested that the calendars be sold to the public. To repay the love received from the public, Song Il Kook decided to sell the calendars. With much interest in community service and donations, Song Il Kook promised to donate all proceeds the family will receive.
CEO Lee Je Hoon of Child Fund Korea stated, "We want to express our gratitude for showing love and interest and not fogetting about the children who are alienated ahead of Children′s Day. We will carefully use the donation to support the children in Nepal as well as sick children in Korea."
In 2012, Song Il Kook donated a water well to Burkina Faso while participating in KBS′ Hope Road. He′s also donated the proceeds made from the Song Triplets′ emoticons, always putting emphasis on the importance of donations and community service.
Starship Entertainment has shut down rumors aboutSISTAR"s Boradating former "Voice Korea" contestant Sam Goo.
The agency addressed the news on April 30, completely shutting down the dating rumors. Starship stated,"It makes no sense that Bora is dating Sam Goo. She doesn"t even really know who Sam Goo is. It"s definitely not true." The rep continued, "He did come to greet Bora recently as she was the host for KBS 2TV"s "Music Bank". This has caught us offguard."
Sam Goo previously competed on Mnet"s "Voice Korea" in 2012, and Bora recently collaborated with Kisum, Lil Cham, and JACEfor the song "Feedback".
Looks like the rumors are false, folks!
A representative of Mnet revealed that the audition show, “ The Voice of Korea” (also known as “Voice Korea” has planned an ending to the show.
According to broadcast insiders, it seems as a third season for “Voice Korea” will be extremely difficult.
After starting in 2012 with season one, “Voice Korea” aired its second season last year. Previously, Mnet was planning on carrying out the third season earlier this year, but as 2014 is nearing its end, it seems like the third season of “Voice Korea” will not happen.
Initially, Mnet has bought the publication rights of the show format from Universal Music for three seasons, it would make sense for Mnet to air another season since they have already paid for it.
However, insiders from Mnet has expressed that “Voice Korea” will not be profitable for the channel. Different from other Mnet audition programs like “Super Star K,” the profits from the show’s digital singles go to the copyright holder Universal Music, not Mnet.
As the industry has been also on a decline in terms of profits from commercials, Mnet seems hesitant to continue with “Voice Korea.” “‘Voice Korea’ definitely has a different charm from ‘Super Star K,’” said a representative from Mnet. “But as the show is not very financially profitable for both Mnet and the winners, we are hesitant to continue with it.”
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