Roy Kim, Video Singing 'Yeosu Night Sea' From the Past... 'He Looks So Different'

By Staff Writer | October 17, 2012 04:14 AM EDT

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Today, Roy Kim's past video singing 'Yeosu Night Sea' was revealed through YouTube, becoming an issue. (Photo : youtube)

Today, Roy Kim's past video singing 'Yeosu Night Sea' was revealed through YouTube, becoming an issue.

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In the video, Roy Kim is playing the guitar while singing in what seems to be his recording room. His soft voice and sentimental facial expressions added a different feel to the song than when Busker Busker sang it. The video was only 6 months ago, but his face and hairstyle look completely different from now. His hair that was split in the middle made him look his age for once.

Internet users who watched this commented, "I'm paying more attention to his looks than the song," "I think he can imitate the voice of the original singer," and "He looks so much younger even though it was only a few months ago."

Photo Credit: YouTube

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