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Jo Kwon Insults Bang Shi Hyuk's Singing Skills, "I Couldn't Bear To Listen"

By Staff Writer | July 03, 2012 06:52 PM EDT

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2AM's JoKwon insulted his producer Bang Shi Hyuk's singing skills. (Photo : SBS)

On an episode of SBS "Strong Heart" that aired on the 3rd of July, Jo Kwon appeared as one of the guests and insulted the songwriter Bang Shi Hyuk's singing skills. 

During the interviews on the show, Jo Kwon said, "I'm very sorry to say but when I first heard Bang Shi Hyuk sing, I really couldn't bear to listen. But he's not a singer so it's okay" and brought laughter to the audience.

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Jo Kwon continued, "I was embarrassed to play the recorded samples of Bang Shi Hyuk's songs that he himself sang to other people."

Photo Credits: SBS

Tagged :  Jo Kwon, 2AM, Strong Heart, Bang Shi Hyuk

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