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Kyuhyun complains there are too many JYP-affiliates on the latest episode of 'Duet Song Festival'

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On the November 4 airing of MBC's 'Duet Song Festival', Super Junior's Kyuhyun appeared as one of the celebrity contestants alongside 2PM's Jun.K, Urban Zakapa's Jo Hyun Ah, Huh Gak, Han Dong Geun, Kim Jo Han, and Son Seung Yeon


SEE ALSO: Kyuhyun insists he's one of the best dancers in Super Junior


During the recording, Kyuhyun couldn't help but complain that he was the sole SM artist in a set full of JYP-affiliates! Not only was 2PM's Jun.K competing against him, but 2AM's Jo Kwon and g.o.d's Park Joon Hyung sat as panelists, both current and former JYP artists! Furthermore, singer Kim Jo Han revealed himself to have been a vocal trainer for many of JYP's idols, after singing 2AM's "This Song" with his partner. 


He complained to the MCs, "Even on my way here, I didn't feel so good for some reason, but when I got here, the panelists, the competitors, and even the songs sung today were all JYP. I thought, 'JYP affiliates must be happy.'"


Poor guy! You can catch Kyuhyun's performance above!




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    Miyaka08 Sunday, November 6, 2016

    oh goodness... people its the evil maknae... please do not take this seriously... he is just kidding around... :)

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    jypnloves Sunday, November 6, 2016

    allkpop made his comment sound serious...but i don't think he is serious...i think he is joking...

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    chiyasuho Sunday, November 6, 2016

    well it jyp years. this years.

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