SF9’s Rowoon And Former IZ*ONE’s Nako Yabuki Chosen As New MCs For “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE”

SF9’s Rowoon and HKT48‘s and Former IZ*ONE’s Nako Yabuki took on the MCs of “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE”.

According to SBS Medianet on July 28th, Rowoon and Nako Yabuki have confirmed their appearances as MCs for SBS M “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE”.

THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE” is an audition program to find an idol boy band with the skills, visuals, and unique instrumental performance to lead popular music around the world. The idol band producer directly selects and combines members of the band to form a team to create the best band that will shoot the hearts of global fans. In the process, the fierce competition and friendship of boy bands will be included.

Rowoon and Nako Yabuki have been active as MCs in the past, so it seems they will work well together. Moreover, as they are active as idols through the idol groups SF9 and HKT48, respectively, they plan to lead “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE” by sending supportive advice and support to the applicants based on their experiences.

Rowoon said, “This is my first audition MC, but I will do my best not to become a nuisance to the applicants. I am also looking forward to meeting people with various skills. We ask for your interest”.

Nako Yabuki also said, “I also participated in the audition program, and I learned a lot and met precious colleagues. As much as I am taking on the MC this time, I will work hard to become a person who can empathize with the feelings of the applicants”.

Meanwhile, “THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE” is accepting applications for applicants through the program’s official website until August 26. Regardless of nationality, all males born between January 1, 1995 and before December 31, 2009 residing in Korea and Japan are eligible to apply.

THE IDOL BAND: BOY’s BATTLE” is planned by Japanese terrestrial TV station TBS and idol band FNC Entertainment, produced by SBS Medianet, and aired on SBS M in Korea, SBS FiL and TBS in Japan.



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