BTOB Changseop establishes a music academy after quitting his life in Seoul
BTOB Changseop establishes a music academy after quitting his life in Seoul
BTOB's Changseop was caught providing mentoring with the passion of a former '600 to 1' successful student. The unexpected charm of singer Changseop, a ‘genius in his day job’ who shows off his charisma as a vocal teacher, saying, “I’m confident about the entrance exam!” raises expectations for this broadcast.

In MBC's entertainment show 'I Live Alone', which airs today (15th), Changseop is shown adjusting to his new home in Suwon, his newly settled hometown.

Changseop gave up his life in Seoul and established new roots in Suwon, his hometown where he was born and raised. His overwhelming love for dogs continues in his new home. As soon as I wake up, I grab Guri's snack, put on my underwear, and go for a walk. Changseop, the 'foolish daughter' who never misses Guri's favorite walk even when it's snowing heavily, makes me smile with her love for her dog.

Changseop meets Guri for the first time in the newly settled neighborhood. The sight of Chang-seop running out of stamina while taking a walk to meet his daughter, who has 'maximum stamina' without any time to get emotional, makes you feel 'salty'. The two-shot of the daughter Guri, who has returned home and slept on the big bed in the master bedroom, and her father, Changseop, who is curled up on the living room sofa, makes people burst into laughter.

Meanwhile, the changed appearance of Changseop, who has a 'dramatic I tendency', is captured and attracts attention. He also reveals that he opened a practical music academy in Suwon with his elementary school friend. Changseop proudly passed the high competition rate of '600 to 1' and was accepted into university. It is surprising to see Changseop, who used to be shy even in a restaurant, show off his charisma in front of shy students.

The unexpected charm of genius Chang-seop can be seen through 'I Live Alone', which airs at 11:10 pm on this day.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google