“Do you want to sleep at my house?” Kang Ho Dong openly showed his affection

Young trot singer Jeong Dong Won showed an excellent sense of entertainment against veteran entertainer Kang Ho Dong. 

Jeong Dong Won, who appeared on the December 7th broadcast of the Naver Now entertainment program “Just Come Out” (literal translation), became the show’s youngest guest so far. Here, the 16-year-old trot singer mentioned his latest title song and solo concert at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, and expressed that he’s proud of himself. 

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On the same day, Jeong Dong Won showed off his extraordinary sense of entertainment and impressed Kang Ho Dong. In particular, while doing a Q&A session with questions from fans, Jeong Dong Won boasted an intense self-love, saying, “I don’t think there’s any way to become cuter than me.”

Kang Ho Dong ended up bursting with laughter whenever Jeong Dong Won spoke, to the point of having to wipe away his tears with a handkerchief. Then, when Jeong Dong Won embarrassedly asked him the reason, the veteran entertainer pretended to sob as he said, “You are just so funny”. 

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Then, Kang Ho Dong showed open affection for Jeong Dong Won, asking, “Do you want to go to my house today? Let’s sleep at my house.”

Afterwards, Jeong Dong Won recalled his first solo concert and said, “My voice completely went out when I sang the first song of my concert. I sang well, but started questioning if there was something wrong with my throat. I was changing clothes for a second, and tears just came out. It was so hot. All the staff were in a state of emergency that day. These days, they are really happy.”

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On the other hand, Jeong Dong Won released his 2nd mini album “Sanae” (사내) and the title song “Baennori” (뱃놀이) on December 1st. He is currently meeting fans through full-fledged activities, and will perform at a Christmas event held at KINTEX Exhibition Hall 1 in Ilsan on December 24th and 25th. On January 14th and 15th, his solo concert will be held at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts.

Source: wikitree

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