TXT’s Soobin and Oh My Girl’s Arin are new 'Music Bank' MCs, fans say 'watching music bank every Friday now'
The popular South Korean music show will bid farewell to its previous MCs, Golden Child’s Bo Min and actress Shin Ye Eun, as Arin and Soobin take to the stage
Soobin of K-pop group TXT (who are signed with the same record label as BTS) and Oh My Girl's Arin are set to MC on an upcoming episode of KBS2’s music show, ‘Music Bank’. The popular South Korean music show will bid farewell to its previous MCs, Golden Child’s Bo Min and actress Shin Ye Eun, as Arin and Soobin take to the stage. The new episode will start at the same time it airs every Friday, at 4 am EST. Fans on Twitter have been quick to share their excitement over the announcement, saying, "Oop catch me watching music bank every Friday now" and "Yes the pair that I didn't know I needed." Fans are also flooding the comments with much love for both Soobin and Arin.
Fans wrote comments for Soobin like "MC SOOBIN LETS FUCKING GO" and "WE WILL BE WATCHING FOR SOOBIN MOA LETS GOOOO" and "Yasss Soobin we'll watch for you only! TXT LEADERS !! #SOOBIN #[email protected]_members." "MC Arin world domination," wrote a fan for Arin. Another said, "Arin is so popular these days. She’s literally everywhere." "Yessss ARIN get that check," wrote a fan. As pointed out by one of the fan comments, Arin is a rising K-pop star most commonly known as part of the band Oh My Girl. She made her debut with the band in 2015 and is loved by many fans for both her musical abilities and bright personality. Since their latest comeback EP 'Nonstop', the group has seen a rise in popularity and critical acclaim. Their latest studio album 'Eternally' arrived in January this year.
Despite having debuted in TXT a year ago along with TXT, Soobin is also an adored member of the group. TXT's latest EP ‘Dream Chapter: ETERNITY’ released in May and received a Platinum certification by the KMCA (Korea Music Content Association). The EP has also topped the iTunes Top Album chart in 50 countries and regions. The group's first studio album 'The Dream Chapter: Magic' arrived in October 2019 and served as a follow-up to the band's debut extended play 'The Dream Chapter: Star'.