Why did Yoo Hee-yeol say, “Park Jin-young will never be able to do a musical for the rest of his life”? (Yusuke)

When singer and musical actor Ivy revealed the difference between singing in a song and a musical, Hee-yeol Yoo joked and laughed.

Ivy, who performed in the musical ‘Chicago’, appeared as a guest on KBS2’s ‘Yoo Hee-yeol’s Sketchbook (hereafter Yusuke)’ broadcast on the 18th.

On this day’s broadcast, MC Yoo Hee-yeol asked, “Everyone now knows that the vocalizations of songs and musicals are different, which one is the most different?”

In response, Ivy said, “First, if you sing a song with the so-called ‘air-based sound group’ mentioned by Park Jin-young, who is fashionable or uses a lot of breathing, the story cannot be conveyed well.” “The audience writes 100% of the lyrics. You have to understand everything, so you can draw the whole picture, so you have to remove all the air. It took me a long time too.”

Hearing this, Yoo Hee-yeol drew attention by saying, “Jinyoung will never be able to do a musical for the rest of his life.”

Afterwards, Ivy sang the song ‘A-Ha’, which she released in 2005, twice, both in a song and in a musical, so that she could feel the difference between the presence and absence of air.

Meanwhile, Ivy, who made her debut in 2005 with her 1st album ‘My Sweet And Free Day’, has established herself as a representative female solo singer in Korea by releasing hit songs such as ‘Tonight’s Work’, ‘Sonata of Temptation’, and ‘If This Will Be Like This’. After that, he started acting as a musical actor in 2010 and performed on stages such as ‘Chicago’, ‘Wicked’, ‘Aida’, and ‘Jekyll & Hyde’.

Kyung Ye-eun, online news reporter [email protected]

Photo = Captured from Ivy’s Instagram

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