Lee Eui Woong From Produce 101 Season 2 Reveals Which Idol Inspired Him To Rap

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Lee Eui Woong From Produce 101 Season 2 Reveals Which Idol Inspired Him To Rap
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Lee Eui Woong From Produce 101 Season 2 Reveals Which Idol Inspired Him To Rap

During a recent interview, former Produce 101 Season 2 contestant Lee Eui Woong explained how he came to choose the path of an idol.

When I entered middle school, I listened to rap and fell in love. I especially fell in love with [Block Bs] Zico after seeing him on Show Me the Money 4. I started dreaming of becoming an idol and began rapping. I would love to meet Zico one day, Lee Eui Woong expressed.

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At first, I wanted to become an actor, but Zico inspired me to start rapping. Im currently learning how to sing and dance as well. Im set on becoming an idol, he continued.

Lee Gun Min And Yeo Hwan Woong From Produce 101 Season 2 Reveal Which Artists Inspired Them
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Lee Gun Min And Yeo Hwan Woong From Produce 101 Season 2 Reveal Which Artists Inspired Them

RBW trainees Lee Gun Min and Yeo Hwan Woong from Produce 101 Season 2 sat down for an interview and named some of their role models in the industry.

Lee Gun Min shared, I wanted to become an idol after seeing BIGBANG and Highlight. I liked dancing ever since I was little, so I did a lot of cover dances at festivals and talent shows.

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He continued, During my second year of high school, I came across an opportunity to participate in a performance, and that was when I received an offer to audition for a famous agency. After that, I decided to forego college, and I went around auditioning while attending academies.

Brand New Music Founder Reveals Plans For Their Trainee Contestants After Produce 101 Season 2
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Brand New Music Founder Reveals Plans For Their Trainee Contestants After Produce 101 Season 2

A brand new boy group is on the way for popular hip hop label Brand New Music!

The record labels founder Rhymer revealed the plans in a recent interview with BNT International, adding that the

group would be making their debut very soon.

In the interview, it was also confirmed that four of the Brand New trainees set to join the group are currently competing in this season of Produce 101, Kim Dong Hyun, Park Woo Jin, Lee Dae Hwi, and Lim Young Min.

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Produce 101 Season 2 Reveals Vote-Based Rankings For Week 3
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Produce 101 Season 2 Reveals Vote-Based Rankings For Week 3

Now that Produce 101 Season 2 has aired its third episode, the rankings of contestants have been updated once again!

The No. 1 spot stayed with Park Ji Hoon of Maroo Entertainment, who has been receiving the most votes from the general public since the first week of the show. Lee Dae Hwi of Brand New Music rose to No. 2, switching spots with Samuel Kim of Brave Entertainment.

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No. 3 trainee Samuel Kim is followed by Fantagios Ong Sung Woo, who managed to keep his No. 4 spot since last week. Fifth place went to Yue Hua Entertainments Ahn Hyung Seob, who rose two spots since last week. Joo Hak Nyeon of Cre.ker Entertainment also rose two spots, taking over the No. 6 slot.

Jeon Somi Reveals Shes Been Giving Advice To A Secret Friend In Produce 101 Season 2
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Jeon Somi Reveals Shes Been Giving Advice To A Secret Friend In Produce 101 Season 2

Although she did not reveal the details of who her friend was, Jeon Somis advice to a Produce 101 contestant proved just how mature and thoughtful she truly is.

Harpers Bazaar Korea recently interviewed I.O.Is Jeon Somi, where she revealed that she recently gave some important advice to a close friend of hers who is currently competing in Produce 101, season 2.

In the interview, she revealed that she believed everyone was the most beautiful when they were bare-faced, and that everyone had their own unique charms and attractive qualities. Somi also revealed that she applied this belief to the advice she gave to her friend in Produce 101.