Yook Sungjae, Lee Seung Gi, Yang Se Hyung, and Lee Sang Yoon were sharing a meal with Jeon In Kwon when they began discussing how they all get nervous before a performance. Jeon In Kwon confessed that his biggest fear was the nervousness he felt before appearing on stage.
The singer then turned to Yook Sungjae and asked him to share his concerns. He stated, “It’s been around seven years since I made my debut. I’ve gone through a lot of changes throughout that time. Sometimes, I worry whether people who liked my voice seven years, or one or two years ago, will like me now and keep liking me in the future.”
Listening intently to the younger singer’s worries, Jeon In Kwon shared his advice as he said, “Everything has its own time. You’ll wear yourself out if you try to keep a hold of everything at once. As long as you’re just doing what you need to do, your time will come. Don’t focus too much on anyone else’s expectations, just your own.” Lee Seung Gi chimed in and said he wholeheartedly agreed with the advice.
Later on, Jeon In Kwon performed a small concert for the others, who sat in awe as he tugged on their heartstrings. During the singer’s performance of “Please,” Yook Sungjae and Lee Sang Yoon broke down in tears as the lyrics rang out, “Please. I’m suffocating. Feeling like I’ve become a doll. Please. I feel parched. Please open your heart and love me.” Jeon In Kwon’s simple but emotional delivery comforted everyone in the room.
Lastly, the staff asked the cast to summarize their experience with Jeon In Kwon in one sentence and Yook Sungjae’s answer stood out as he said, “I should not doubt the road I’m on.”
Following the program, Melodies took to Twitter and trended the hashtag, “#성재야_덕분이야” [Sungjae, it’s all thanks to you..] to express their love and gratitude for Yook Sungjae.
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