“Produce 101” contestant Jang Moon-bok shed tears on his first TV broadcast 3 years after his private life controversy

Singer Jang Moon-bok will appear on a broadcast for the first time in a while since his personal life controversy.

On June 17th, Channel S’s “Attack on Grandma”, released a trailer showing Jang Moon-bok visiting the grandmothers of the show and delivering his recent status in the new episode, which will air on June 21st.

In the trailer, Jang Moon-bok showed off his unique rap skills in front of the grandmothers. The grandmothers opened their mouths in surprise because of Jang Moon-bok’s charming voice and brilliant rap that was not easy for them to understand.

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When Jang Moon-bok finished his rap, actress Na Moon-hee asked in astonishment, “Can your tongue follow your rap?”. Actress Park Jung-soo honestly confessed, “I understand nothing”. Actress Kim Young-ok commented “I couldn’t get a thing either” to Jang Moon-bok’s rap.

The scene where Jang Moon-bok shed tears while revealing his deep thoughts and feelings to the grandmothers was shown, raising the viewers’ expectations for the new broadcast.

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Internet users are curious about the untold story that Jang Moon-bok will tell when making his first appearance on a TV broadcast after three years.

Earlier, Jang Moon-bok was embroiled in controversy due to the revelation of A, a netizen who claimed to be Jang Moon-bok’s ex-girlfriend in 2020. At that time, A said that Jang Moon-bok, whom she met at a drinking party with acquaintances, tried to make physical contact with her, such as wrapping her waist and leaning toward her. Later, A revealed that Jang Moon-bok even asked her to kiss and sleep with him at another drinking party when their acquaintances were away and the two were left alone together. 

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Jang Moon-bok, who received huge love with the nickname “Hip-hop President”, suspended his broadcasting activities after making a post counterattacking his ex-girlfriend when the controversy erupted. 

Source: insight

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