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Seo In Young Dazzles with “Magic Castle” Cover on “Immortal Song”

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Solo star Seo In Young recorded a massive score of 410 in a special edition of KBS2 show “Immortal Song” on August 30. The special edition of the show was celebrating songs taken from one-million-plus selling albums, and Seo In Young chose to cover The Classic‘s “Magic Castle,” originally a hit in 1994.

The former Jewelry member spent 10 million won (about US$9,850) on the performance, and completely reinvented the song as a jazzy number, which was also a visual feast. Indeed, her performance looked as though it might not have been out of place in a musical like “Chicago,” and featured tap dancing, cabaret-style dancing and music from a nine-member brass band.

The singer also brought in eight dancers, a percussionist and three backing singers, and also picked out her own costume and accessories

Big Bang’s Faces Meet Glass and Machine to Produce Hilariously Bizarre Results

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In a futile attempt to duplicate their awesome selves, the members of Big Bang enlisted the help of a copy machine, only to produce horrifyingly distorted imitations that one would hope would never see the light of day. Or so a gothic horror novel would read of this image.

But this isn’t a horror novel so we’ll go straight with this photo that just screams for K-Pop memes. G-Dragon uploaded onto his Instagram account an image that should have fans holding their bellies in laughter. The image shows Polaroids of all the Big Bang members’ faces pressed up against a glass, producing hilarious results. The bottom right photo shows exactly how these Polaroids were produced- with each member photocopying their faces through a copy machine! Seungri or V.I. is the only who didn’t want to mash up his pretty face, it seems, only taking a profile copy of himself

EXO’s SuHo and Baekhyun Perform “Magic Castle” on Debut MC Appearance for Inkigayo

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The February 16 episode of SBS’s Inkigayo was the premiere episode for the show’s new MC’s: EXO’s SuHo and Baekhyun. To celebrate their first appearances, the two MC’s had a beautiful performance of the lovely 1994 ballad “Magic Castle.” The hit song was originally performed by the 90′s duo “The Classics.”

The two singers resembled two singing princes in their draping white capes as they performed in front of an elaborate castle background. The song and performance was lovely, and the crowd cheered loudly at the end of their performance. Enjoy their special MC performance of the inspiring ballad “Magic Castle” below.

Below is the original version of “Magic Castle” performed by “The Classics

EXO’s Suho and Baekhyun Sing “Magic Castle” as New MCs on Inkigayo 02.16.14

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EXO member Suho and Baekhyun joins SBS’ weekly music show “Inkigayo” as two of its new MCs!

They join actress Lee Yoo Bi and ZE:A’s Kwang Hee as hosts of the show, and following tradition, the two performed a special stage as part of their initiation ceremony.

Suho and Baekhyun sang an old K-Pop favorite “Magic Castle” looking angelic and princely, dressed in all white suits. Check out their rendition of “Magic Castle” below.

Performing on today’s show are SM the Ballad, Rainbow Blaxx, BTS, Ga In, M, Soyu x JunggiGo, Park Ji Yoon, AOA, B1A4, B.A.P, Ladies’ Code, GOT7, Ren, Spica, Honey Finger 6, C-Clown, and Lip Service.

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Jang Geun Suk Releases Teaser for “Angel’s Castle” off Limited Edition LP

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Jang Geun Suk will be releasing a Japanese limited edition LP box set on March 19.

The full title for the box set is “Re: -Picture Label LP Limited BOX-,” and it will contain two previously released full-length Japanese albums, “Just Crazy,” and “Nature Boy,” as analog records. The box set will come with picture labels for each of his two albums, as well as an LP-sized booklet.

Here will also be a special CD, which contains a new song, “Angel’s Castle.” Jang Geun Suk’s Japanese agency, Pony Canyon, put up a 30-second audio teaser of the song, which sounds like a soft ballad, on their YouTube channel on January 13.

There are only 5000 copies of the 15,000 yen (~$144) limited edition box set available, making it exclusive indeed