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Kids Toy with B2ST′s Yang Yo Seop on ′Voice of Kids′

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2013.01.12 11:36 Mwave Park, HyunMin Translation Credit : Erika Kim

B2ST′s Yang Yo Seop may be a popular idol star, but the kids on Mnet′s Voice of Kids sure don′t seem to mind saying it like it is in front of the judge.

On the January 11 broadcast of Voice of Kids, most of the second round of accepted contestants showed their affection for coach Yang Yo Seop, who was the only idol on the judges′ panel.

Contestant Lee Gun, however, made the idol star feel embarrassed by eliminating him first from his choice of coaches.

Kids Toy with B2ST′s Yang Yo Seop on ′Voice of Kids′

Lee Gun had previously appeared on tvN′s Korea′s Got Talent and again managed to draw attention on Voice of Kids for his good looks and perfect sense of rhythm. All three coaches, in order from Seo In Young, Yoon Sang and Yang Yo Seop, turned around to face him, lending him an ′all-turn′ record.

Seo In Young praised him saying, "His voice is that of a little boy but his technique is steady. He has unique charms."

Lee Gun then asked, "Can I eliminate one first?" and immediately added, "The one in the white clothes," pointing at Yang Yo Seop, indicating that he wouldn′t be joining Yang Yo Seop′s team.

This day, a total of seven contestants joined the coaches′ teams, including Hwang Eun Jung, student of Ha Ye Na from The Voice of Korea, child rocker Jung Sa Kang and the doll-like Park Ye Eum.

Superstar K4 contestant Na Chan Young, trot prodigy Bae Geun Woo and Hong Seok Ju, daughter of the Hong Seo Bum and Jo Gap Kyung couple were unfortunately eliminated.

Voice of Kids is a project that uses the original Voice of Korea method to dig out talent from the age group ranging from six to 14.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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