Watch: B.A.P’s Jongup Performs Audition On AOMG Survival Show “Signhere” + Receives Evaluation From Jay Park And More

On the September 6 episode of AOMG’s new display “Signhere,” B.A.P’s Jongup auditioned to sign up for the contest that objectives to discover a new artist to signal with the company.

Jongup prior to now gave the impression within the premiere of the episode, when the AOMG artist panel (Jay Park, Simon Dominic, Gray, Code Kunst, and Woo Won Jae) have been stunned to look him approaching degree to use for the display. In the newest episode, his complete audition and analysis have been proven.

After a dialogue with the judges through which they expressed their marvel to search out that B.A.P had disbanded, Jongup unfolded in an interview about his fresh state of affairs.

“I first debuted in 2012 with the group B.A.P and we promoted for seven years,” he stated. “I think last year was the most difficult. I didn’t know what would happen with the company or with our group. That was the most confusing time. It was a period that made me think a lot.”

“It’s been about half a year since it ended, and I think I’ve been resting for half a year,” Jongup persisted. “To be honest, I think right now I’m going through a lot of pressure mentally.”

Jongup described that it used to be tricky to be doing this by myself and stated he used to be green with envy of one of the crucial crews that used to be appearing in combination as a group. “It’s because B.A.P existed that I’m here now,” he added.

He then stated, “This is my first time doing this kind of genre as a solo artist, but I’m taking on the challenge so that I can improve.”

Jongup then carried out his track “Doko” for the judges. Afterwards, Simon Dominic praised one in all his traces particularly and advised him he’d written the lyrics neatly for the track. Code Kunst stated, “Since you promoted with B.A.P for seven years, you of course have a lot of stage experience.” He additionally shared his reward for his efficiency and stated, “I couldn’t find anything uncomfortable about it.”

Jay Park then stated, “It hasn’t been long since you’ve been promoting as a soloist and doing your own composing and songwriting, so I felt that there was a lot lacking to be honest. The hook’s tone and the verses’ tone were different. I felt like they didn’t match well and didn’t feel good.”

He persisted, “But when I heard the verses’ tone and a few parts, I thought, ‘That’s pretty good.’ Also, when you’re promoting with a group, the members can make up for what you lack, but if you’re performing alone then what you lack stands out. So when you’re on stage on your own, you have to put in more effort and work harder.” Jongup thanked him for his feedback.

Jay Park shared in an interview that he used to be aiming to have a look at idols like Jongup in the similar manner as he’d take a look at somebody else. “I don’t have any prejudice,” he stated. “The reason is that I know how much the contestants feel really hopeful and energized about this stage, so I don’t think of it lightly. I’m really trying to help them with what I say. And I also experienced a lot of [prejudice as an artist who began as an idol]. So I’m trying not to have that.”

After the judges mentioned his efficiency, Jongup used to be despatched to the second one spherical of the contest. Unfortunately, he didn’t make it previous the second one spherical.

Watch his audition efficiency underneath (beginning round 6:00)!

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