Eagle-Eyed Netizens Spot Stray Kids I.N’s Support For Bang Yedam’s Solo Debut

“I love this friendship so much 😭”

Bang Yedam recently released his first single as a solo artist since his departure from TREASURE and YG Entertainment in November 2022.

In August, Bang Yedam confirmed that he signed with a new label, GF Entertainment, and he’s currently preparing to release his new mini-album, Only One, which will drop on November 23.

Bang Yedam | @_YEDAM_OFFICIAL/Twitter

Netizens are highly anticipating the release of Bang Yedam’s new mini-album as his talents have been a point of intrigue for over a decade after he proved his natural abilities on the singing competition show K-Pop Star 2 in 2012 and 2013.

At only ten years old, the talented young singer-songwriter left a lasting impression on viewers and finished the show as a runner-up to AKMU‘s Lee Chanhyuk and Suhyun.

Bang Yedam on “K-Pop Star 2” | SBS

Fellow K-Pop idols have shown their support for Bang Yedam’s exciting new chapter as a solo artist.

His former fellow K-Pop Star 2 competitors, AKMU’s Suhyun and Chanhyuk, recently hosted Bang Yedam on their show The Seasons, sharing stories about their decade-long friendship. During his episode, Bang Yedam revealed just how well Chanhyuk has taken care of him over the years.

Recently, Bang Yedam’s friend and former SOPA (School of Performing Arts Seoul) classmate, Stray Kids I.N, was also spotted supporting the talented singer’s solo debut under his new label.

In the latest SKZ TALKER vlog, maknae I.N was spotted in the background, captivated by something on his phone.

Netizens quickly identified that he was listening to Bang Yedam’s recently released song, “Miss You.”

Netizens loved the indirect show of support for his former classmate, which was even more meaningful for many because I.N had also sent a message of support for Bang Yedam’s 2020 solo song “WAYO.”

Check out more on Bang Yedam’s friendship with AKMU’s Chanhyuk in the article below!

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