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S.E.S′ Bada and Shoo to Appear in ′Infinity Challenge′s 90s Artist Concert Special

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2014.12.11 11:39 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

S.E.S members Bada and Shoo will be appearing on MBC′s Infinity Challenge ′Saturday, Saturday is for Singers′ (S.S.S) special.

According to broadcast affiliates on December 11, Bada and Shoo confirmed their appearance on ′S.S.S′ and will participate in the meeting that will take place later in the day.

Eugene, who is also a S.E.S member, will unfortunately not be able to participate as she is currently pregnant.

Bada previously appeared in a recent episode of the special as the Infinity Challenge searched for artists to participate, raising anticipation among viewers.

S.E.S′ Bada and Shoo to Appear in ′Infinity Challenge′s 90s Artist Concert Special

Aside from Bada and Shoo, Jo Sung Mo, Kim Jong Kook, Kim Hyun Jung and Jinusean have been confirmed for ′S.S.S,′ while Seo Taiji is currently positively considering the special.

As part of Infinity Challenge′s year-end special, ′S.S.S′ will play out all the hit songs from the past with the return of popular singers from the 90s, a time period that′s called the renaissance of Korean music.

Infinity Challenge recently revealed the dress code for ′S.S.S,′ requiring audience members to wear baggy jeans, long belts, du-rags that cover the eyes, and other fashion items that were trendy in the past, allowing the artists and the audience members to become one. Over 75,000 people have applied to receive tickets to the show.

S.E.S′ Bada and Shoo to Appear in ′Infinity Challenge′s 90s Artist Concert Special

′S.S.S′ will take place on December 18 at the MBC Dream Center Open Hall in Ilsan.

Photo Credit: MBC

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