'WIN' Team A Won But Team B Did Not Lose
By Staff Writer | October 25, 2013 01:29 PM EDT
Team A beat Team B and won victory.
On this day, Yang Hyun Suk had said, "I have to work with the WINNER starting tomorrow on their debut album so I bet I'm the most curious one of who's going to win. I already feel bad for the team that'll lose."
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Both teams looked more nervous than ever when they went on stage for their last battle but everything went smoothly. Both teams performed 'JUST ANOTHER BOY.' Seeing Team A's stage, Taeyang said, "You improved a lot in a short amount of time. It became more natural for you to enjoy the stage." CL also complimented Team B.
Throughout other sections of the battle, YG artists did not hold back their compliments for both teams. They said, "It's hard to believe that these kids didn't even debut yet."
The winner's glory eventually went to Team A. As soon as the results came out, Team A collapsed in tears, and Team B also congratulated them and cried with them.
Leader of Team B, B.I., said "It was good because it was a stage without regrets. Thank you. I consider this moment a winning moment for all of us."
Team A, the winning team, will be debuting as early as December or January of next year. Team B will separate or go back to being trainees of the entertainment.
Photo Credit: YG Entertainment
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