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“CAP-TEEN”: Soyou, Shownu, Jessi and Lee Seung Chul discuss judging on Mnet’s new show

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The producers and jurors of Mnet’s new audition program “CAP-TEEN” attended an online press conference ahead of the show’s premiere on November 19th!

“CAP-TEEN” is a new program that is looking for the next teenage K-pop star. It is unique in that the participants’ parents also attend to get direct feedback from the show’s jury. Lee Seung Chul, Jessi, soy, and MONSTA X.‘s Shownu make up the jury for the program, and the MC is Jang you won.

At the press conference, director Choi Jung Nam mentioned the popular drama “SKY Castle It focuses on parents who are determined to ensure their families’ success, including their children’s admission to prestigious schools.

PD Choi Jung Nam explained why “CAP-TEEN” is called the “SKY Castle” of the world of foreplay shows. “The reason we mentioned ‘SKY Castle’ is because we wanted to highlight the tough competition that parents and children take part in. We plan to capture the full range of emotions that the teenage participants and their parents experience during this process. ”

On the subject of the participants’ mental health, Chief Producer (CP) Kwon Young Chan said: “With the participating parents, we were able to take good care of their mental health. We have a team doctor and have tried to create a good environment for their auditions. ”

Lee Seung Chul said, “I know many parents who are very concerned about their child’s future.” He added, “I think this is a program that was needed at the time.”

Soyou said that she learns a lot from the participants while judging. “I felt more stressed because the parents attended too,” she added. “I was wondering if I could give them realistic advice, but the parents were confident and passionate, so it was a refreshing and amazing experience for me too.”

Shownu said, “There are many young candidates who are very skilled. You should look forward to it. ”

Soyou also spoke about the unique qualities of each CAP-TEEN judge. Mentioning Lee Seung Chul’s considerable experience with foreplay shows, she commented, “He says things that seem cold but are necessary.”

She said that Jessi’s words to attendees were often very encouraging and described her as the one keeping the mood on the set. “She gives great reactions too,” said Soyou. “She doesn’t just say ‘pass’ the normal way; she really makes it lively. ”

Soyou then said that Shownu is usually a quiet person who doesn’t talk a lot. However, she has found that he talks a lot when helping the participants in his role as a judge. “He’s a great artist,” she added. “When I see Shownu talk [to the contestants]It seems like he sets a good example for her. ”

"CAP-TEEN": Soyou, Shownu, Jessi and Lee Seung Chul discuss judging on Mnet's new show

Jessi said she is often surprised at how skilled the young participants are. She went on to say that she will show a different side of herself on “CAP-TEEN” than the viewers of “CAP-TEEN”.How do you play” Or “The Sixth Sense” might be used to how she is judged as her true self.

Jessi added, “When I was preparing to become a singer, I didn’t get a single compliment. I don’t think just getting compliments is good as these can be lies too. “She said,” I think you’ll see different sides of me as I judge. ”

Shownu gave some advice to younger people who dream of being idols. Emphasizing the importance of patience, Shownu said, “I think if you don’t feel impatient and wait instead, you will get good results.”

Shownu also said, “I made my debut when I was in my mid twenties. When I was a teenager, I wasn’t an apprentice or agency, so I know what it feels like to just have an intangible dream. “He added,” Knowing this feeling, I think I might be able to say things that will help the attendees a little. “He said that filming” CAP-TEEN “brought back memories of the past had.

The CAP-TEEN show’s main producer was also asked to raise concerns about the conduct of voting on the program following the Controversies over election rigging of Mnet’s series including “Produce 101” and “Idol School”.

CP Kwon Young Chan stated, “We are currently voting on two platforms. A cumulative balance sheet will be reflected in the final vote. ”

He added: “Mnet has been using an external monitoring system since last year. When inspecting by outsiders with no connection to our company, we make sure that we can produce the show in a transparent and fair manner. ”

The CAP-TEEN winner will receive a 10 million won (approximately $ 9,000) scholarship and the opportunity to debut a famous producer song and play the choreography of the hit dance team. The winner’s guardian will also receive a prize of 10 million won entitled “Good Care Reward”.

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