Kcm And Lim Jeong Hees Emotional Performance Cause Tears In The Audience On Immortal Song

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KCM and Lim Jeong Hee's emotional performance cause tears in the audience on 'Immortal Song'
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KCM and Lim Jeong Hee's emotional performance cause tears in the audience on 'Immortal Song'

KCM and Lim Jeong Hee paired up for the 'Best Friend' special of 'Immortal Song'.

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On the May 20 installment of the show, same-aged friends KCM and Lim Jeong Hee were the fourth performers up with a cover of Park Wan Gyu's hit "1000 Year's Love'. As expected, the two artists' strong vocals harmonized amazingly, even causing audience members to tear up. 

The duo did win their round with 427 points, but it was Oh Yeon Joon and Yangpa who were the final winners this episode. Check out KCM and Lim Jeong Hee's performance!

Nine Muses A impress with their performance on 'Immortal Song'
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Nine Muses A impress with their performance on 'Immortal Song'

Nine Muses A impressed the audience on the June 10 installment of 'Immortal Song'. 

On this week's 'Immortal Song', Nine Muses A showed off their vocals to the audience and viewers alike. They first performed Park Mi Kyung's "Obsession" and expressed their honor to perform in front of the legendary singer. 

In addition to the performance, it was revealed Kyung Li has a special connection with Park Mi Kyung as she used to be a backup dancer for the legendary singer. 

Check out their performance below.

Kim Jo Han impresses Richard Marx with his performance of
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Kim Jo Han impresses Richard Marx with his performance of "Right Here Waiting" on 'Immortal Song'

RnB singer Kim Jo Han (Old school K-poppers might know him as he was the lead-vocalist of SOLID) impressed a legendary singer on the August 5 installment of 'Immortal Song'.

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American singer-songwriter Richard Marx was the featured legendary artist of the episode, and Kim Jo Han covered his 1989 hit "Right Here Waiting". Kim Jo Han expressed, "Richard Marx is the history of my music life. I was a fan since my high school days. I have a lot of memories of his songs. 'Right Here Waiting' was the song that first made me learn how to play guitar. I hope Richard Marx watches my performance and thinks, 'You worked hard.'"

Jisook x Gunjo implement b-boying in their performance on 'Immortal Song'
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Jisook x Gunjo implement b-boying in their performance on 'Immortal Song'

Jisook and Gunjoteamed up for the August 26 installment of 'Immortal Song'.

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For the DJ DOCspecial of the show, Jisook and Gunjo covered their 1996 track "OK? OK!" ("Beauty and Beast"). Gunjo commented,"When I appeared on 'Immortal Song' last time, people around me suggested I collaborate withJisook."

Along with vocals, the two captured the spirit of the '90s with b-boying, which the DJ DOC members loved.

PRISTIN let the audience know who they are on 'Immortal Song'
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PRISTIN let the audience know who they are on 'Immortal Song'

PRISTIN let the audience know who they are on the September 9 installment of 'Immortal Song'.

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On the special dedicated to composer Kim Ki Pyo, PRISTIN were the last ones up with Park Nam Jung's 1988 song "Love's Crash Landing". In the middle of their bright performance, the girl group shouted, "We are PRISTIN," for an addictive hook.

Afterwards, the girl group commented, "Even standing on this stage is a good experience for us. We'd like to take the name of 'Nation's Granddaughters'."