Lee Seung Gi and ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo up for a passionate duet

In the recent episode of Master in the House, Vagabond‘s Lee Seung Gi and ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo teamed up for a passionate duet.

On the previous broadcast of SBS’ variety show called Master in the House, the cast met with the newest addition to the group and witnessed a duet with Lee Seung Gi and Cha Eun Woo. The latest Master is a veteran actor and a legendary ballad singer Im Chang Jung.

Hint of identity

Before the arrival of Im Chang Jung, the production staff gave the cast members hints about the singer’s identity. The lead goes by in the form of a question, saying if everyone listens to breakup songs.

Lee Seung Gi was unable to hide his smile when Cha Eun Woo replied that Hyung’s songs he listened to all the time. He asked ASTRO member Cha Eun Woo to name a few. Cha Eun Woo replied that makes the cast hysterically laugh out when he got the song’s name wrong.

Forgotten tune

In the episode, Kim Dong Hyun liked the song Delete by the actor-singer. He attempted to sing a part of the ballad, but he could not remember the lyrics or the tune. The Korean Odyssey actor laughed and thought that he liked the song, but he can not remember the lyrics.

In the latter part, Kim Dong Hyun struggles to recall the melody while humming the song. Then, Chae Eun Woo and Lee Seung Gi exclaimed at the same time that it was not Delete.

The other cast commented that both of them looked like an actual duo. Kim Dong Hyun pointed out that Son Ji Chang and Kim Min Jong resembles the musical team The Blue. Shin Sung Ruk shared that both singers reminded him of Yukgaksu.

Lee Seung Gi and Cha Eun Woo’s Passionate Duet

Shing Sung Ruks remarks made Lee Seung Gi and Cha Eun Woo jokingly imitate the choreography of the famous Yakgasuo song called Heung Bo.

The Vagabond star and ASTRO member mischievously jumped and started singing Footsteps. Shin Sung Rok laughed in disbelief that both turned to each other and belted the song’s heartfelt rendition.

Image courtesy of SBS Entertainment/Shutterstock

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