Tvarotti Kim Ho-jung, the essence of vocal music
Tvarotti Kim Ho-jung, the essence of vocal music
Kim Ho-jung's impressive performance continues through the KBS2 'Immortal Song' Wannabe Festival.

Episode 641 of KBS2's 'Immortal Songs', which will air on the 20th, will feature the second part of 'Wannabe Festival in Pyeongchang'. Following Part 1, Kim Ho-jung's stage attracts viewers in Part 2 as well. Kim Ho-joong plans to show the essence of his vocal voice, which is his specialty, with the aria 'Nessun Dorma' from the opera 'Turandot', following the songs 'Adoro' and 'My Own Way' from his album. In particular, 'Nessun Dorma', which means 'let no one sleep', raises expectations as it is a song that fully captures the charm of Kim Ho-jung's voice.

There will also be a cover stage to further enrich this festival. AB6IX will perform on stage by reinterpreting the famous song 'Light' of first-generation idol group HOT in their own colors. A lot of attention is being paid to the 2024 version of 'Light', which AB6IX will re-create. Jeongin also covers Lee Jeok's 'Running in the Sky'. One of the points to watch is what kind of mood Lee Jeok's representative song 'Running in the Sky' will be in thanks to Jeongin's unique voice.

In addition, Koyote, who brought excitement in the first part, will appear on stage with ice hockey player Gong Si-wan, who will be competing in this Olympics. Expectations are high that Koyote, a group that sings along with Gong Si-wan, will bring joy and courage by shouting for the success of this Olympics.

This 'Wannabe Festival in Pyeongchang' was prepared to support the successful hosting of the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games and to support youth athletes from around the world who are about to participate. A special tribute stage will be performed by stars of each genre. The stage composition was also selected from among the performers' hit songs that could convey a message of support, and it was organized in a way that players received song requests they wanted to hear and presented them on stage.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google