Younha Captivates the Audience on "I Am a Singer 2" [Video]
By Staff Writer | August 12, 2012 03:10 PM EDT
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Today (August 12), MBC's "I Am a Singer 2" featured the young and talented singer Younha who sang the song "Days Far Away," originally sang by singer Park Jung Woon. For the first half of the song, Younha sang the song with emotions flowing out of her and then concluded the song with her powerful vocals. The audience was completely captivated by Younha and her powerful voice that erupted out of such a young girl.
Younha's concentration level was clearly evident because she even drooled a little bit on stage. Younha was so immersed into the emotions of the song that she burst out crying as soon as she left the stage.
In the interview prior to her first performance on "I Am a Singer 2," Younha stated, "I will try to perform to the best of my ability to show my gratitude for giving me another chance to sing. Please don't disqualify me." After her rehearsal, Younha promised her fans she would sing all of her organs out during her performance.
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