Chun Myung-hoon of 90s boy band NRG to debut as trot singer
"It's a cheerful trot song that anyone can enjoy regardless of age or gender,” the agency said.
Chun has been perceived of as more of an entertainer in recent years thanks to his appearances on many television programs, but he recently showed his talent in trot music to the public when he appeared on TV Chosun's trot competition show “Mr. Trot."
Chun posted a music video teaser on his official Instagram on Monday, hinting that the music video will be a homage to the music video of BTS Suga's “Daechwita."
Debuted in 1997 as a first-generation idol group, NRG had hit songs such as "Hit Song," "Hurray for a Virile Son of Korea" and "I Can Do It,” and disbanded after its 11th album “One of Five” was released in 2005.
BY KIM YEON-AH [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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