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B1A4 Supports Member San Deul at His Musical

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2012.07.20 18:07 CJ E&M enewsWorld Park, HyunMin Translation Credit : Erika Kim

B1A4 crashed a performance of the musical Brothers were Brave to support its main vocalist San Deul, who stars in the musical.

B1A4’s Jin Young, Baro, CNU and Gong Chan watched on as San Deul performed in a performance of the musical on July 19.

Brothers were Brave is a musical about how brothers who aren’t on good terms with each other get together at their home for the first time in three years after hearing their father has passed away.

They then get locked in a comical battle to win the hand of a mysterious woman.

San Deul was cast as the proud and jobless younger brother Joo Bong, along with his fellow triple cast members Sung Doo Sub and Jo Kang Hyun.

B1A4 Supports Member San Deul at His Musical

The B1A4 members met with enews after watching the performance and said, “We became choked up after we saw San Deul singing and acting onstage. We’re proud to see him working hard for himself and the team after being cast in such a great piece.”

San Deul said, “I repeat ‘be calm’ to myself before going onstage, and that takes away most of my nervousness. At first I thought it was hard that [musicals] mix acting and singing, but I started to become more comfortable with the idea after starting to think that everything is acting and trying to concentrate on getting my lines through.”

Brothers were Brave will continue with its round of performances in Seoul until October 1.

San Deul first appeared on its stage on July 13, and will perform every Tuesday and Thursday.

B1A4 has wrapped up its promotions, and will continue to appear on TV with the KBS Joy program B1A4’s Hello Baby from July 25.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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