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Brown Eyed Girls Miryo Eliminated on 'Show Me the Money,' Who's First?

By Staff Writer | July 29, 2012 08:01 PM EDT

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Brown Eyed Girls Miryo was defeated by the Garyon-Lee Jae Hoon duo. 

On the 27th on Mnet "Show Me the Money," the rappers were challenged with the theme of "8090."

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In this episode the Garyon-Lee Jae Hoon team did a cover of Salt and Light's "I Have a Song." Their calm melody was matched with a smooth overall feel to the performance.

The duo worked with a small pay of $750 (750,000 Won). However, in terms of votes, they swept them all up and placed first. MC Eun Ji Won asked for them to share about their performance after. Lee Jae Hoon couldn't stop tearing up.

On the other hand, three teams tied for the elimination pool: 45rpm, Miryo, and Double K. Especially shocking was Kim Jung Hoon and Double K, who received a huge pay of $3,700(3,700,000 Won) to work with, yet, still managed to make it in the elimination pool.

The final round led to Miryo's elimination. Miryo shared, "I think I'm leaving having thoroughly enjoyed the process. I'm going to continue showing my best to you all. Please show your support for Kim Eun Young."

Tagged :  Mnet, Brown Eyed Girls, Miryo, Show Me

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