I Can See Your Voice Se4

I Can See Your Voice Se4

The three hosts of the show, Lee-Teuk from Super Junior, Kim Bum-Soo and Yoo Se-Yoon along with the guest singer has to figure out talented as well as tone-deaf contestants given visual, lip-sync and truth-telling evidences. Claimed by Mnet as mystery music show, provides the audience with competition entertainment in an unprecedented manner. Stay tuned for one of a kind music show that will consternate everyone from hosts, judging panels, audience and even the guest singers!
Country: Korean
Status: Completed
Genres: Variety show;
Airs: 2017

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  • Yoo Se Yoon (1980)

    Yoo Se Yoon (1980)

    Dogo-myeon, Asan-si, South Korea
  • Kim Jong Kook (1976)

    Kim Jong Kook (1976)

    Yaro-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, South Korea
  • Lee Teuk (1983)

    Lee Teuk (1983)

    Sinsa-dong, Eunpyeong, South Korea
  • Lee Sang Min (1973)

    Lee Sang Min (1973)

    Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Park Joon Hyeong (g.o.d) (1969)

    Park Joon Hyeong (g.o.d) (1969)

    Seongbuk-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Ahn Sol Bin (Solbin - Laboum) (1997)

    Ahn Sol Bin (Solbin - Laboum) (1997)

    Seongnam-si, South Korea
  • Jang Do Yeon (1985)

    Jang Do Yeon (1985)

    Yeonggwang-gun, South Korea
  • Shin Dong Hee (1985)

    Shin Dong Hee (1985)

    Mungyeong, South Korea
  • Ha Dong Hoon (1979)

    Ha Dong Hoon (1979)

    Stuttgart, Germany
  • Kim Jong Min (1979)

    Kim Jong Min (1979)

    Dobong-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Kunpimook Bhuwakul (BamBam - GOT7) (1997)

    Kunpimook Bhuwakul (BamBam - GOT7) (1997)

    Bangkok, Thailand
  • Kim Yoo Kyeom (GOT7) (1997)

    Kim Yoo Kyeom (GOT7) (1997)

    Namyangju-si, South Korea
  • Choi Yeong Jae (Got7) (1996)

    Choi Yeong Jae (Got7) (1996)

    Mokpo-si, South Korea
  • Park Jin Yeong (Got7) (1994)

    Park Jin Yeong (Got7) (1994)

    Changwon, South Korea
  • Mark Tuan (Got7) (1993)

    Mark Tuan (Got7) (1993)

    Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Im Jae Beom (JB - GOT7) (1994)

    Im Jae Beom (JB - GOT7) (1994)

    Siheung-si, South Korea
  • Lee Se Jin (Lyn) (1981)

    Lee Se Jin (Lyn) (1981)

    South Korea
  • Roy Kim (1993)

    Roy Kim (1993)

    South Korea
  • Tony Ahn (1978)

    Tony Ahn (1978)

    Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Kang Ta (1979)

    Kang Ta (1979)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Ye Seong (1984)

    Ye Seong (1984)

    South Korea
  • Kim Hee Cheol (Super Junior) (1983)

    Kim Hee Cheol (Super Junior) (1983)

    Wonju-si, South Korea
  • Park Jeong Hwa (EXID) (1995)

    Park Jeong Hwa (EXID) (1995)

    Dongan-gu, Anyang, South Korea
  • Seo Hye Rin (EXID) (1993)

    Seo Hye Rin (EXID) (1993)

    Gwangju, South Korea
  • Ahn Hee Yeon (Hani - EXID) (1992)

    Ahn Hee Yeon (Hani - EXID) (1992)

    Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Ahn Hyo Jin (LE - EXID) (1991)

    Ahn Hyo Jin (LE - EXID) (1991)

    Cheonan-si, South Korea
  • Yong Joon Hyeong (HIGHLIGHT) (1989)

    Yong Joon Hyeong (HIGHLIGHT) (1989)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Yoon Doo Joon (1989)

    Yoon Doo Joon (1989)

    Ilsanseo-gu, Goyang-si, South Korea
  • Son Dong Woon (1991)

    Son Dong Woon (1991)

    Busan, South Korea
  • Yang Yo Seob (1990)

    Yang Yo Seob (1990)

    Chang-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim Ji Hyeon (1972)

    Kim Ji Hyeon (1972)

    South Korea
  • Shin Jeong Hwan (1975)

    Shin Jeong Hwan (1975)

    South Korea
  • Kim Won Joon (1973)

    Kim Won Joon (1973)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Park Ji Hyo (Twice) (1997)

    Park Ji Hyo (Twice) (1997)

    South Korea
  • Hirai Momo (1996)

    Hirai Momo (1996)

    Kyotanabe, Kyoto, Japan
  • Myoui Mina (Twice) (1997)

    Myoui Mina (Twice) (1997)

    San Antonio, Texas, United States
  • Yoo Jeong Yeon (Twice) (1996)

    Yoo Jeong Yeon (Twice) (1996)

    Suwon-si, South Korea
  • Im Na Yeon (Twice) (1995)

    Im Na Yeon (Twice) (1995)

    Sangil-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim Da Hyeon (1998)

    Kim Da Hyeon (1998)

    Seongnam-si, South Korea
  • Son Chae Yeong (Twice) (1999)

    Son Chae Yeong (Twice) (1999)

    Dunchon-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Zhou Tzu Yu (Tzuyu - Twice) (1999)

    Zhou Tzu Yu (Tzuyu - Twice) (1999)

    East District, Taiwan
  • Minatozaki Sana (Twice) (1996)

    Minatozaki Sana (Twice) (1996)

    Tennoji, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
  • Lee Jae Jin (1991)

    Lee Jae Jin (1991)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Lee Hong Ki (1990)

    Lee Hong Ki (1990)

    Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, South Korea
  • Choi Min Hwan (1992)

    Choi Min Hwan (1992)

    South Korea
  • Choi Jong Hoon (1990)

    Choi Jong Hoon (1990)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Song Seung Hyeon (1992)

    Song Seung Hyeon (1992)

    Jinju-si, South Korea
  • Hwang Chi Yeul (1983)

    Hwang Chi Yeul (1983)

    Busan, South Korea
  • Yoon Do Hyeon (1972)

    Yoon Do Hyeon (1972)

    Munsan-eup, Paju-si, South Korea
  • Koo Jun Yeop (1969)

    Koo Jun Yeop (1969)

    Seoul, South Korea
  • Kim So Hee (Yeopso / NATURE / I.B.I) (1995)

    Kim So Hee (Yeopso / NATURE / I.B.I) (1995)

    Busan, South Korea
  • Jeon So Mi (2001)

    Jeon So Mi (2001)

    Canada
  • Shin Bo Ra (1987)

    Shin Bo Ra (1987)

    Geoje-si, South Korea
  • Joo Woo Jae (1986)

    Joo Woo Jae (1986)

    Changwon, South Korea
  • Kim Jae Woo (1979)

    Kim Jae Woo (1979)

    South Korea
  • Okyere Sam (1991)

    Okyere Sam (1991)

    Accra, Ghana
  • Cao Lu (1987)

    Cao Lu (1987)

    South Korea
  • Niel Ahn (Teen Top) (1994)

    Niel Ahn (Teen Top) (1994)

    Anyang, South Korea
  • Park Jae Hyeong (Jae Park - DAY6) (1992)

    Park Jae Hyeong (Jae Park - DAY6) (1992)

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Jo Kwon (1989)

    Jo Kwon (1989)

    South Korea
  • Kang Nam (1987)

    Kang Nam (1987)

    Japan
  • Park Je Up (Jeup - IMFACT) (1993)

    Park Je Up (Jeup - IMFACT) (1993)

    South Korea
  • Kim Min Kyoo (1994)

    Kim Min Kyoo (1994)

    South Korea
  • Lee Dong Hoon (1993)

    Lee Dong Hoon (1993)

    South Korea
  • Park Jun Hee (Jun - A.C.E) (1994)

    Park Jun Hee (Jun - A.C.E) (1994)

    South Korea
  • Jeon Hyeong Min (Lex - Bigflo) (1993)

    Jeon Hyeong Min (Lex - Bigflo) (1993)

    South Korea

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