The broadcast of SBS' 'The Show' on February 2 marked 1 year since THE BOYZ Juyeon, EVERGLOW Sihyeon and Kim Min Kyu became its MCs.
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The 3 MCs, who received great love for their luxurious visuals reminiscent of a "first love", prepared a fond farewell, including a video letter to fans for the last broadcast. The last greeting of the trio who have shone 'The Show' for the past year aired on the live show at 6 PM KST on February 2.
Juyeon uploaded his thoughts on finishing his role as an MC of 'The Show' on THE BOYZ's official SNS and thanked the fans for their long support. The idol also delivered a strong final greeting to viewers and thanked the program for honing his hosting skills.
Actor Kim Min Kyu also left his thoughts on leaving 'The Show'. He said on his Instagram on February 3, "I think I learned a lot and enjoy being an MC in a year, which is not long or short."
"Thank you Sihyeon and Juyeon again for always making it fun and enjoyable, and thank you very much to the staff." He added, "I will show you various things as an actor Kim Min Kyu from now on."
'The Show' is one of South Korean major music broadcasts, produced by SBS MTV. The program airs live every Tuesday and is broadcast from the SBS Prism Tower in Sangam District, Seoul, South Korea.
Since January 2019, The Show also airs live to 18 countries around the world through MTV Asia and Fortune TV in Myanmar.
Juyeon, Sihyeon and Kim Min Kyu started hosting 'The Show' from February 11, 2020.