Actress Han Ga-in draws attention by showing tears while judging a choir during the broadcast.
On SBS’ new entertainment program “Sing For Gold“, which is scheduled to air on Sep 25th, J. Y. Park, Han Ga-in and Lia Kim will judge choirs.
In the teaser video that was recently released prior to the main broadcast, Han Ga-in left a review in a tearful voice after listening to a choir’s song.
Han Ga-in was unable to control her overwhelming emotions, “I can’t say anything. Having given birth to a child and lived as a mother, I’ve never stood as a person named Kim Hyun-joo (Han Ga-in’s real name). It was so touching to see you standing here singing with your names.”
J. Y. Park praised, “My tears came out for the first time. This is a real chorus. I appeared on the program because I wanted to hear this.”
“Sing For Gold” is the first performance choir battle audition program in Korea that deals with “performance choruses” which add gorgeous performances to beautiful choruses. In particular, producer J. Y. Park once again joined hands with SBS to launch an audition program following “K-pop Star” and “Loud”, attracting a lot of attention. Composer Kim Hyung-seok, choreographer Lia Kim and singer Lee Mu-jin will also join.
Along with the participants’ beautiful stages, the reviews of J. Y. Park and Han Ga-in will be revealed in detail on “Sing For Gold”, which will be broadcast on Sep 25th.