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Duet Song Festival

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Country of origin  South Korea
Location(s)  South Korea
First episode date  8 April 2016
Genre  Music
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Original language(s)  Korean
Running time  90 minutes
Number of seasons  1
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Directed by  Kang Sung-ah Jang Seung-min
No. of episodes  43 + 2 (pilot) (as of March 3, 2017)
Network  Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Presented by  Sung Si-kyung (Pilot 2 – present)
Cast  Sung Si‑kyung, Baek Ji‑young, Yoo Se‑yoon, Jun Hyun‑moo
Similar  King of Mask Singer, Fantastic Duo, I Live Alone, Immortal Song 2: Singing t, Infinite Challenge

Duet Song Festival (Hangul: 듀엣가요제) is a 2016 South Korean television program hosted by Sung Si-kyung and Yoo Se-yoon. It began to air on MBC on Fridays at 21:30 (KST) beginning April 8, 2016.

Contents

On November 18, 2016 (episode 29), Baek Ji-young announced to leave the show as host due to her pregnancy.

Format

Not including pilot episodes: Seven celebrity artists choose a non-celebrity partner from a selection of people who submit performances to perform a duet of their choice. Each pair is given exactly 4 minutes to perform and earn votes from the 500 live voters in the audience and the celebrity panel. The order is selected by the current first place duo, and with the exception of the pilot episodes, the winner of the previous episode chooses the first performance. The voting results are shown directly on the screen behind the performers, and at the end of all the performances, the duo with the highest vote count is the winner for the episode. The winners are invited back to the show for the next episode, and another duo is chosen for "The Duet You Want To See Again" by the audience to be revived for the next episode as well.

List of episodes

     – Winner      – Duet You Want To See Again

Ratings

In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

References

Duet Song Festival Wikipedia