Kim Se-jeong and (G)I-DLE’s Jeon So-yeon are attracting attention with their sassy reviews befitting those from survival shows.

Singer and actress Kim Se-jeong and (G)I-DLE’s Jeon So-yeon are attracting attention with their sassy reviews befitting those from survival shows.

Kim Se-jeong, who previously debuted through Mnet’s survival program “Produce 101”, made a sincere point about the disappointing performance of the “Universe Ticket” participants.

In the SBS global audition program “Universe Ticket”, which will be broadcast on the afternoon of the 13th, Kim Se-jeong said during the level test of the contestants, “Isn’t it true that we want to see the music broadcast stage now?”

Hyoyeon was also disappointed, saying, “It didn’t meet my expectations.”

Kim Se-jeong also gave a warning to the participants during the broadcast on the 18th of last month. She said to the contestant who showed trembling pitch and anxious gaze, “I don’t think skill is important in a girl group. Instead, that skill should not be revealed on stage.”

She added, “We will work hard to not reveal our lack of skill and shed blood, sweat and tears to perform perfectly on stage. What you create is what makes an idol.”

(G)I-DLE Jeon So-yeon also appeared on “Produce 101” in the past and also participated in the survival contest “Unpretty Rapstar 3”. She appeared as a judge on the “Boys’ Fantasy” and received favorable reviews from viewers for his sharp comments.

In MBC’s “Boys’ Fantasy” which aired in 2021, Jeon So-yeon attracted attention with her sharp review.

At the time, she pointed out to the participants who performed the ‘slightly excited’ stage, “It was so bad that I couldn’t even get angry. The untact evaluation team should also take responsibility.”

She continued her statement by saying, “As this is an opportunity to evaluate friends who have dreams and work hard, I think the Untact evaluation team members should also have a sense of responsibility.”

Jeon So-yeon, who was a judge on MBC’s boy group audition program “Boys’ Fantasy” that aired earlier this year, said to a contestant who showed a performance below expectations, “The performance just felt like a talent show. You have to take it seriously and practice.”

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