In order to live and succeed in the harsh world of “Produce 101 Season 2”, you must face these soul killing harsh criticisms from the judges… but lets be real – they speak the truth!
Lots of trainees aspire to become the most popular K-Pop idols in the industry, but do they really have what it takes to soar through the competition? It takes more than just looks and talents to get yourself to the top of the food chain in “Produce 101”. It takes a lot of work both physically and mentally. If you want to end up in the final 11, you better get your head in the game and face the harsh reality of the judges’ gut wrenching criticisms.
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Here are the 8 times the P101S2 judges literally broke our souls with these fact facing harsh criticisms.
1. That time when KaHi asked, “That’s all?”, to a trainee of 6 years.
You trained for 6 years, and did is all you have to show for it? This dance and that’s it? Why are you here?
2. That time when Judge Hee SeokHoon faced a trainee who can’t belt high notes.
You keep stopping because you’re thinking I can’t do it, right? Then you can’t do anything.
3. That time when Judge BoA faced a trainee who stopped after a mistake.
I don’t like your give-up attitude. If you make a mistake during a live broadcast, are you not going to sing?
4. That time when Judge Lee faced a rapper who refused to be judged on singing.
“I don’t want to sing, because I’m a rapper.” Then you’re never going to be A. If you want to rap then you just have to be the center. Then you can rap during the solo parts.
5. That time when Judge Shin YooMi faced a discouraged group of trainees who weren’t picked.
What is this? I’m very shocked. I mean, if I wasn’t picked, I think I would work until I died. Aren’t you just proving them right?
I don’t understand what you want from appearing on “Produce 101”. Why did you come here? Did you come here to advertise, “I really suck at this”? That’s not it, is it? You came here to get picked. But who will pick you if you’re like this?
6. When Judge Lee faced a F trainee who gave up on level re-evaluation.
I don’t think these trainees should be practicing. Don’t you think they need to go train mentally first?
7. When Judge KaHi faced a trainee who had nothing to show.
Why are you speaking to me with that kind of attitude? What are you trying to do?
Can you do it tomorrow? Do you think you can do it with that kind of mindset the day after tomorrow? After 3 days? What about 4 days? In one week, one month, one year? If I give you 1 year, can you do it?
What are you telling me to do with that kind of attitude?
8. When Judge Lee faced a protesting trainee getting a little too excited.
Talk to me with manners.
And stop shaking arrogantly like that. *Takes off his jacket*
May 9, 2017
Resemblances Found for Trainees in Produce 101 SE 2
Though we have our own distinctive face and looks, sometimes there are people who look strangely similar to other non-related people.
We all know that “Produe 101 Season 2” is one of the most watched programs in Korea right now. Well with millions of eyes on the contestants, netizens are finding that a couple of the trainees look awfully alike to other well known celebrities and characters. They may not be complete dopplegangers, but they sure resemble each other in some parts or just in the overall aurora.
Here are some resemblances of trainees in Produce 101 SE2.
Kang DongHo (Pledis) – KangIn of Super Junior
Kim JongHyun (Pledis) – Wartortle (Pokemon)
Kim TaeWoo (Narda) – Kim SeJung of Gugudan
Park JiHoon (Maru Entertainment) – JungKook of BTS
Ong SeungWoo (Fantagio) – Kim MooYeol (Actor)
Yoo SunHo (Cube) – Yoon DooJun of Highlight
Yoon JiSeung (MMO) – Jung JinWoon of 2AM
Yoon HeeSuk (Jellyfish Ent) – N of VIXX
Jung SeWoon (Starship) – Ponyo (Cartoon Character)
Jung SiHyun (GN Entertainment) – Park HaeJin (Actor)
Hwang MinHyun (Pledis) – Lee JunKi (Actor) – Joo JiHun (Actor)
Mnet/HajunseLeejunki Twitter/Daum Movie
Ahn HyungSeob (Yue Hua Ent.) – Gong JooYoung (Cartoon Character)
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