BoA, JYP, and Insooni Performs Special Stage for ‘K-Pop Star’ [VIDEOS]
By Staff Writer | April 29, 2012 09:35 PM EDT
Singer BoA held a special performance on SBS ‘K-Pop Star’ final episode.
BoA captivated the audience by performing her hit song ‘No. 1’ and ‘K-Pop Star’ theme song ‘One Dream’ with disqualified contestants Baek A Youn, Yoon Hyun Sang, Park Jae Hyung, and Lee Jung Mi.
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She showed off her experience as professional singer leading and encouraging the budding K-Pop singers.
JYP also performed his new song ‘You’re the One’ and ‘She was Pretty,’ ‘Don’t Leave Me’ along with Lee Michelle, Kim Na Yoon, Lee Seung Hoon, and Baek Ji Woong.
He still proved that he hasn't lost his touch in the music trend as he not only produced but choreographed his dance moves despite being in his 40s.
Insooni also made a special appearance performing ‘Sound of Music’ OST ‘Climb Every Mountain.’ She has great roots in K-Pop culture. The performance was perfect for the finale stage as she encouraged the new ‘K-Pop Star’ contestants stating, “Do you know that dreams only come true for those who dream, now go out and find out your dream.”
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