Comedian and singer Park Myung Soo is collaborating with a world famous hip-hop star on his next project.
On the August 5 edition of Mnet’s “4 Things Show,” Park Myung Soo appeared as a guest and disclosed previously untold stories about music and musicians. He also revealed his ambitions to take the stage at the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMAs) at the end of the year.
In his interview, Park Myung Soo discussed the story behind his chart-topping hit “Myung Soo’s Ddeokbokki,” in particular the process of casting featuring artists Lim Kim. He also talked about Yoon Jong Shin’s abrupt change after the song’s success, and the reaction of the “Infinity Challenge” cast.
In response to questions about who he wanted to collaborate with for his next album, Park Myung Soo announced that he had contacted a female Korean rapper of whom he was a long-time fan. But it was his revelation that he is preparing to collaborate with world-famous hip-hop star Snoop Dogg that shocked all those listening.
Viewers also learned of famous Korean DJs criticisms and advice for Park Myung Soo’s efforts as “DJ G Park,” and saw his private studio in the Bangbae neighborhood of Seoul.
“4 Things Show” is a documentary program that seeks to illuminate the lives of three celebrities per episode by showing them in four different ways. In particular, the show seeks to portray stars not as the media normally does, but in a natural way.