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100 People, 100 Songs

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Music, Entertainment

Original language(s)
Executive producer(s)
Kim Hyung-jung

Final episode date
27 September 2015

Country of origin
No. of episodes

First episode date
31 October 2014

Number of episodes

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Also known as
Sing to the EndGoing to the EndThe Last Song

Presented by
Kim Seong-joo, Jang Yun-jeong, Moon Hee-joon

Jang Yun‑jeong, Kim Seong‑joo, Moon Hee‑joon

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100 People, 100 Songs (Hangul: 백인백곡 끝까지 간다) was a 2014 South Korean singing competition program presented by Kim Sung-joo, Jang Yun-jeong and Moon Hee-joon. It aired on JTBC from October 31, 2014 to September 27, 2015.


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There are a total of 100 people in the audience as there are a total of 100 songs that are each given a number. When a contestant chooses a number, she/he has to sing the song associated with that number. The song starts off with a selected member of the audience singing the beginning of the song before the contestant continues singing the song with the lyrics jumbled up on the screen. If the contestant manages to sing the song correctly and clears the screen, the screen shows "CLEAR" and they win that round.

Notable Contestants

  • N (VIXX)
  • Ken (VIXX)
  • Wendy (Red Velvet)
  • Seulgi (Red Velvet)
  • Sandeul (B1A4)
  • Solji (EXID)
  • Hani (EXID)
  • Minah (Girl's Day)
  • K.Will
  • Taeil (Block B)
  • Huh Gak
  • Kim Seul Gi
  • Jang Yoon Jung
  • Soyou (Sistar)
  • Changmin (2AM)
  • Jinwoon (2AM)
  • Kyuhyun (Super Junior)
  • Kim Tae Woo
  • Park Ji-min (15&)
  • Min (Miss A)
  • Kim Yeonji
  • Son Seung-yeon
  • Choa (AOA)
  • Baek A-yeon
  • Kim Feel
  • DIA
  • Wheein (Mamamoo)
  • Hwasa (Mamamoo)
  • Chunji (Teen Top)
  • References

    100 People, 100 Songs Wikipedia