Oh My Girl Perform A 68 Year Old Korean Song On Immortal Song

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Oh My Girl perform a 68-year-old Korean song on 'Immortal Song'
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Oh My Girl perform a 68-year-old Korean song on 'Immortal Song'

Oh My Girl returned to the old school days on the July 15 composer Park Shi Choon special of 'Immortal Song'.

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In '60s school uniforms, Oh My Girl covered Baek Nan Ah's 68-year-old song "Sweet 18", which is a perfect song for the rookie girl group. Before performing on stage, Oh My Girl said, "It's a song released in 1949, but all our members knew it," remarking on the longevity of the song.

The audience loved Oh My Girl's throwback to the old hit as well as their stage outfits, but it was married couple Yoo Sung Eun and Bong Goo who took the final win.

JeA and Parc Jae Jung perform an old school classic on 'Immortal Song'
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JeA and Parc Jae Jung perform an old school classic on 'Immortal Song'

JeA and Parc Jae Jung looked back on their school days on the April 29 installment of 'Immortal Song'.

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For the Lee HyunLee Soo Mi special, JeA and Parc Jae Jung covered Lee Soo Mi's "Girls High School Days", melding their voices into a beautiful harmony. The host panel commented that their performance made them think of the past, but the nostalgia wasn't enough to give the duo a win. Check out JeA and Parc Jae Jung's performance!

Roy Kim sings for every 'Girl' on 'Immortal Song'
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Roy Kim sings for every 'Girl' on 'Immortal Song'

Roy Kim performed a song that would make any "Girl" fall in love on 'Immortal Song'.

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On the June 24 installment of the show, Roy Kim covered Lee Moon Sae's past hit "Girl", which was perfect for his trademark, soft voice. He ended up winning over the audience, bringing in 426 points for the '2017 First-Half of the Year Special'.

Check out the performance below!

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Oh My Girl's YooA cries on 'Immortal Song'
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Oh My Girl's YooA cries on 'Immortal Song'

Oh My Girl's YooAcouldn't hold back her tears on the July 15th installment of 'Immortal Song'.

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During Go Jae Geun's cover of Hyun In's 1953 hit "Stand Tall Geum Soon", YooAwas so overwhelmed with emotion she started crying nonstop. It seems the performance featuring child actress Kim Sul Ee, who did a rendition of the character Geut Soon from the movie 'Ode to My Father', really got to her.

Though everyone in the waiting room got misty-eyed, YooA in particular shed a lot of tears. She explained, "Something about it made me choke up. The character wanting to cry, but not being able to cry out loud really hurt me."

LABOUM perform a hit song from the 80's on 'Immortal Song'
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LABOUM perform a hit song from the 80's on 'Immortal Song'

LABOUM made their first entrance on the August 19 installment of 'Immortal Song'!

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LABOUM was one of 7 teams who competed for the Lee Eun Ha special of the competitive music show, and they covered her 1989 dance hit "Don't Turn Back Time". The girl group turned the '80s synth pop song into an upbeat musical number, and their refreshing vocals impressed the audience.

However, the LABOUM members weren't able to beat Lim Jung Hee's score, and it was Choi Jung Won who took the final win.