[Intern reporter Lee Hae-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Lee Bong-geun, a Korean classical music player, revealed that he was a big fan of BTS.
MBC Every1’s entertainment program ‘Video Star’, which aired on the 8th, showed the episode, named ‘going out for Vidio Star’. Actor Lee Yu-ri, Lee Bong-geun, Kim Byung-Chun, Kim Kang-Hyun, and Director Jo Jeong-rae appeared in Korea’s first Korean musical film, ‘Voicer’ as a special feature of’Entertainment Farmer.
On this day, Lee Bong-geun confessed that he is a big fan of BTS. When MC Park So-hyun asked, “Do you purple them?” “I purple BTS. Army purples BTS!” he answered. “I purple you” is a phrase that coined by BTS V for fans, meaning that he loves with a greater heart than expressing love.
In the formation of consensus with Lee Bong-geun, Park So-hyun was delighted by shouting “Apo Bangpo (Army Forever BTS Forever)”.
Next, Lee Bong-geun said that he prepared a cover song, and presented BTS ‘On’ in a pansori version following jazz.
Park Na-rae, who heard the song, said, “It’s a waste to hear only in Korea,” and hoped that BTS fans around the world would hear it together, and Kim Sook also said, “Do a private channel.”
Lee Bong-geun showed his affection by sending a video letter to BTS, saying, “It is very good and lovely to work with traditional art.”
Photo| MBC Every1 broadcast screen capture
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