‘Singer Gain 3’, first rule change in the series? Jury surprise proposal
‘Singer Gain 3’, first rule change in the series? Jury surprise proposal
There are signs that the rules will change for the first time in the 'Singer Gain' series.

In JTBC's 'Singer Gain Season 3 - Unknown Singer Competition' (hereinafter referred to as 'Singer Gain 3'), which will be broadcast on the 4th, all finalists will be announced. In particular, the judges, who are in unprecedented trouble, suggest rule changes.

In 'Singer Gain 3', the semi-final TOP6 match is in progress to decide the TOP6 among Horim, Kang Seonghee, Lim Jisu, Chae Bohoon, Shin Haesol, Soobin Soo, Hong Isak, Chu Seungyeop, EJel, and Leejean. The winner of the 1-on-1 match will advance directly to the finals, while the loser will become a candidate for elimination and will have a last chance at the loser revival match.

As only the most talented players remain in the TOP 10, the battle for the resurrection of losers is also beyond imagination. The judges are once again forced to make a difficult decision as the eliminated candidates do their best to the end with earnest hearts.

Finally, the judges stimulate curiosity by suggesting new opinions. This is a change from the existing method used in Seasons 1 and 2, and there are concerns among the judges. However, on a stage where the contestants' superiority or inferiority cannot be determined, the judges, who are impressed by the sincerity conveyed, agree.

As Lim Jae-beom represents the judging panel and conveys his opinions to the production team, attention is focused on what decision the production team will make. In addition, it is raising curiosity about who will be the first participant to confirm survival in the loser resurrection battle.

The results of the unpredictable semi-finals, which range from dizziness complaints to public confessions, will be revealed on JTBC's 'Singer Gain Season 3 - Unknown Singer Competition' at 10 pm on the 4th.

Ten Asia Reporter Kim Seo-yoon seogugu@tenasia.co.kr translated by google