ATEEZ Hongjoong’s Busking Proved He Is A Great Artist And A Great Person, Here’s How

He really made fans proud.

ATEEZ‘s Hongjoong has gone through with his promise to do a busking session, and the final outcome is making fans very happy.

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Hongjoong easily impressed everyone at the event with his talent as a rock singer. But of course, this isn’t the first time that his rock-singing skills are on display—last year he did a cover of Linkin Park‘s “Numb” that even garnered high praise from the band’s member Mike Shinoda. The cover went on to hit over a million views within one week. He performed it in front of fans at the busking session, and it lived up to its praise!

Hongjoong also got plenty of fans’ attention with the brand new mullet that he is sporting, which was instantly popular on Twitter, leading to several amusing tweets about the mullet being Hongjoong’s signature hairstyle at this point.

He also gave ATINYs in the audience the best surprise when it was revealed that all the members of ATEEZ were at the event. The members took some time to talk with the fans and discuss their upcoming tour, as well as their new comeback, which was heartwarming considering how it has been almost impossible to perform live in front of fans for two years.

Hongjoong posted a picture of himself afterwards thanking ATINYs for being there to support him…

…and one shrewd-eyed fan noticed that the hoodie he was wearing is from Save The Children, which is an organization that aims to provide children in need with education, protection, economic opportunities and emergency aid in case of disaster. Fans will probably not be surprised by this, as Hongjoong is also known to participate in the Polished Man campaign, which also aims to help children in need.

If there is one thing that Hongjoong’s busking session has proven, it is that fans have a lot to be proud of in him. Not only is he a talented artist with an intrepid sense of style, but he is also a kind person at heart who really cares about giving back!

Source: Save The Children