Lee Joo-hyuk and Seo-ki appeared in MBC FM4U’s “Kim Shin-young’s Hope Song at Noon.”
In MBC FM4U’s “Kim Shin-young’s Hope Song at Noon,” which aired on August 12th, Lee Joo-hyuk and Seo-gi of “Sing Again 2” introduced themselves and talked about their new song in the “Live On Air” corner.
When DJ Kim Shin-young asked Seo-gi, “Is it your real name?” Seo-gi said, “It’s my stage name. It means I will stand in front of fans and the public anytime, anywhere, with my own music,” she replied, adding, “My real name is Lee Da-yeon.”
When Kim Shin-young asked, “Hasn’t it been a long time since the two of you saw each other after ‘Sing Again 2’?” Seo-gi said, “It’s been a month. After ‘Sing Again 2,’ we went on a national tour together.” Lee Joo-hyuk added, “I’ve seen her long enough, but it’s still so nice to see her again after a long time.”
When Seo-gi talked about MBTI, “I’m ISFP, I think Joo-hyuk will be the same as mine,” Kim Shin-young responded, “I’m INTJ,” and Seo-gi was surprised, saying, “I’ve never seen any INTJ around me.”
When asked by Kim Shin-young, “Seo-gi is good at dancing to EXO’s ‘Growl’ and BTS’ ‘I NEED U’. Did you practice?” Seo-gi said, “I’m timid, so I don’t show it to anyone, but I secretly dance in the bathroom when I’m alone. Thankfully, Senior V left a comment on my cover video, I still can’t believe it.”
When Kim Shin-young said, “Joo-hyuk can also do the shuffle,” Seo-gi said, “That’s right. He’s the official dancer.” Lee Joo-hyuk joined in, “It was hard. Everyone says I’m the official dancer, but my body is clumsy. That’s why many people who tried to teach me have given up,” he explained, drawing laughter.
Lee Joo-hyuk, who said his hometown is Geoje Island, said, “I am more active as a specialty of Geoje Island than the official dancer. My mother hung up a lot of my placards on Geoje Island, so I got a lot of calls from my friends,” he said.
“Kim Shin-young’s Hope Song at Noon,” is broadcast on MBC FM4U (91.9 MHz in the Seoul metropolitan area) from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. every day, and can also be heard through the PC and smartphone application “mini.”