Most Jack of all trades unfortunately also turns out to be master of none—what with all the things he dabbles in, it definitely will be impossible to master every thing he sets his hands on. However, this does not apply one bit in Lee Seung Gi’s case because he seems to juggle all of his trades just fine… actually, a bit more than fine cause he shuffles all of them masterfully, having starred in top-rated series one after another and hosting several hit variety shows like the currently running Master in the House wherein he continually surprises everyone at how incredibly adept he is.
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But before he impressed us as a star MC and a top-tier actor, LSG was—and still rightfully is—a singer, and a very good one at that. Well he won’t be called a Triple Threat Entertainer for no reason, right?
His acting and hosting stints may have kept him from his original path for quite a long time now, but LSG decided it’s time to come back to his roots—and we couldn’t agree more—with the release of his 7th album, The Project.
Here are some clips from Master in the House that show LSG’s superior singing moments.
Who could blame renowned actress and happily married Moon So Ri for her squealings when LSG sang “Because You’re My Woman”… ’cause same, girl, same. LSG managed to immortalize this song, still making girls—of all ages—swoon like crazy just like he did when he debuted with this single back in 2004.
LSG sang the same hit song in karaoke admittedly for the first time, but sounded like he has been belting this song in noraebang incessantly for years. Guess the score he got at the end… cause it seemed like LSG has made a new fan out of the karaoke machine.
LSG delivered another high-class singing in a karaoke performance when he sang “Please” with actor Kim Nam Gil.
LSG proved he’s an a-grade singer when he wowed everyone, even singer-songwriter Lee Moon Sae—a legendary icon of Korean pop, when he finished perfectly a recording in only one take. Talk about genius musicality.
LSG channeled Rain’s sexy swag when he sang and teased a few dance to “How to Avoid the Sun,” impressing singer-songwriter and idol-maker JYP.
LSG touched hearts as he paid tribute to his discoverer and mentor—no other than Korea’s National Diva Lee Sun Hee.
LSG delivered an on par performance with the Emperor of Ballads Shin Seung Hun in this nostalgic cover of “I Believe,” sending flashbacks of the hit classic “My Sassy Girl”.
LSG is known as the Ballad Prince, but he suprisingly slayed in Trot when he performed with Korea’s Trot Prince Park Hyun Bin.
LSG showed his out-of-this-world vocal power in this performance of “Forbidden Love” that will surely leave your jaw dropped and your hands slow clapping.
Singer LSG teased his long-awaited comeback after five years in the pre-release ballad single “The Ordinary Man” which proves his singing is nowhere near ordinary.
LSG is a certified multi-entertainer and powerhouse in the Korean entertainment industry that comes hardly ever. He truly is a rare gem that should be treasured for a long time.
*Airen, what’s your favorite Lee Seung Gi singing moment? Share them in the comment section below.
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