FeelDog ‘Cool Kiz On The Block’ First Win! ‘Feels Like A Dream’

By Staff Writer | March 27, 2014 04:53 AM EDT

FeelDog ‘Cool Kiz On The Block’ First Win! ‘Feels Like A Dream’
(Photo : Big Star Twitter)

Group Big Star's FeelDog took his first win on "Cool Kiz on the Block", and said, "It feels like a dream."

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On March 26th FeelDog posted on Big Star's official Twitter, "Finally the first win on 'Cool Kiz on the Block,' which I wanted for so long, still feels like a dream! I really almost started crying. To all of Only One members that are monitoring even late night, sleep well." He also posted a photo.

In the photo, FeelDog is in Taekwondo attire, and has a very satisfactory smile on his face.

The March 25th broadcast of KBS 2TV's "Cool Kiz on the Block" showed FeelDog's sleek kicks, and he took the first win in the first competition. He was crowned ace of the group, and blew live into the team's energy.

FeelDog is a rising athlete idol appearing on entertainment programs such as "Cool Kiz on the Block" and KBS 2TV's "Dream Team".

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