Watch ZEROBASEONE’s Zhang Hao cover songs by BTS’ Jin, STAYC and more

Watch ZEROBASEONE’s Zhang Hao cover songs by BTS’ Jin, STAYC and more

ZEROBASEONE member Zhang Hao recently covered songs by K-pop idols such as BTSJin, Girls’ Generation‘s Taeyeon and STAYC.

In a new episode of music talk show Lee Mujin Service, the ZEROBASEONE’s Zhang Hao appeared as a guest to promote the boyband’s new mini-album ‘Melting Point’.

During his appearance, Zhang Hao performed a cover of Girls’ Generation leader Taeyeon’s 2016 single ‘Rain’, a piano-led version of girl group STAYC’s debut track ‘So Bad’. He also covered BTS’ Jin’s solo single ‘Epiphany’ with host and singer Lee Mujin.

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I’m the one I should love in this world / Shining me, precious soul of mine / I finally realised, so I love me / Not so perfect but so beautiful / I’m the one I should love,” they take turns singing on the chorus.

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Zhang Hao later shared that ‘Epiphany’ became a special song for him after watching a clip of Jin singing it while playing piano at a BTS concert. “When I was a trainee, I was so touched that I cried. I loved the melody, and I really want to try [singing] it later,” he said.

Elsewhere in the episode, Zhang Hao also performed his solo song ‘Always’ from ZEROBASEONE’s debut mini-album ‘Youth in the Shade’.

Last week, ZEROBASEONE made their comeback with their second mini-album ‘Melting Point’, with ‘Crush’ serving as its title track. The release came less than four months after ‘Youth in the Shade’ arrived in July.

The nine-member boyband was formed earlier this year on Mnet’s idol survival show Boys Planet, which was the follow-up to 2021’s Girls Planet that formed girl group Kep1er.

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