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Ulala Session Leaving 'Immortal Song' "Thank You For the Great Opportunity To Do Music"

By Staff Writer | September 08, 2012 04:07 AM EDT

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Singers Ulala Session revealed their feelings about leaving 'Immortal Song'. (Photo : sport korea)

Singers Ulala Session revealed their feelings about leaving "Immortal Song."

In KBS "Immortal Song 2" airing tomorrow, Ulala Session will be leaving for a break.

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Ulala Session, who gave their last stage performance, performed Choi Sung Soo's "NamNam." Choi Sung Soo almost teared up while watching their stage, and said "I almost cried."

Ulala Session commented, "We thank all the staff and singers of 'Immortal Song' for giving us a great opportunity to do music."

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