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"Who Are You - School 2015" 'The Yook Sung-jae Effect'

2015/06/17 | 1405 views | Permalink | Source

Youngest member of the idol group BtoB, who starred in the recently ended drama "Who Are You - School 2015", is helping his team soar this time.

Yook Sung-jae received great reviews about his job well done in the cable TV drama "Plus Nine Boys" and this year's "Who Are You - School 2015". He's become the newest star by acting out a cheerful but hurt character in the newest 'school' series. He also became one of the newest members of the MBC TV show "We Just Got Married" with Joy from Red Velvet.

Thanks to Yook Sung-jae, BtoB's popularity is also going up with their comeback near. They are releasing their title song "It's Okay" on the 29th from their first official album "Complete". They are determined to be acknowledged for their R&B skills for the first time since their debut.

Yook Sung-jae mentioned before, "I am the one with the least talent on the team. I wanted to show everyone that I am young, but I can do it".

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