SCHOOL’S OUT and have fun as hip-hop artiste Kang Gary might just pop by your school for a surprise visit thanks to CJ E&M’s brand new global production! The reality programme, ‘SCHOOL’S OUT’, will feature up-close-and-personal interactions with the appointed artiste as he makes his way around Asia to meet his fans.
With Hong Kong and Singapore announced at the first two cities of the said program, Singaporean fans can now head on over to schoolsout.channelm.asia to submit your entries for a chance to meet Gary. The winning entry that impresses the rapper will win a chance to interact with Gary face-to-face during the filming process.
Having been to our sunny island a couple of times, Gary mentioned that he is very impressed by our weather and clean streets, and the scenic night view at Gardens by the Bay was certainly memorable. The male artiste also shared that he found Singapore fans to be calm and shy, qualities he found to be cute. As the first Korean artiste for SCHOOL’s OUT, Gary excitedly expressed, “I don’t want to make any plans, I think being spontaneous will be much more fun.” On this note, he would also like to thank his supportive fans in Asia, “There were times I felt tired, thanks to all your supportive SNS messages for cheering me up. I’ll continue to do my best in both music and variety shows. Please keep supporting me!”
SCHOOL’s OUT aims to bring a brand new experience unlike that of any other locally produced K-Pop programmes, bringing the artiste to your school grounds. Only one school from each region will get this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and interact with Gary, and the tours to chosen school as well as his preparation behinds the scenes will be featured in the program. Check out the teaser video below!
SCHOOL’s OUT will be filmed in both Hong Kong and Singapore in September, and will be broadcasted on channel M in 10 Asian countries such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and Australia, later this year. Stay tuned as we keep you updated for more SCHOOL’s OUT!
Are you ready to meet Gary in your school?