Koreans Can’t Stop Crying After Seeing BTOB’s Heartwarming Performance With A Deaf Fan

BTOB performed a special live performance and people cried once they realized the meaning behind it.

While November 11 is known by many Koreans as Pepero day, the date also marks South Korea’s Physical Disability Day.

To help raise awareness about the day, BTOB performed their latest title track “Miss You” with a deaf fan.

As BTOB performed an acoustic rendition of the song, the fan interpreted their lyrics into sign language.

Some of the members performed their individual parts in sign language.

And the whole group ended the song by singing the chorus together with sign language.

BTOB had incorporated Korean sign language into their choreography, a bold philanthropical move for an idol group.

BTOB’s long-time choreographer Doobu revealed that Sungjae actually came up with the idea!

“I used the signs for ‘I miss you’, ‘I love you’, and ‘One year’ in the choreography after collecting opinions from the members.

The meaning of the title ‘Miss You’ was transformed into a more tangible expression.”

— Doobu

Fans couldn’t get enough of the beautiful performance as their video went viral all over the world.

Some even claimed that it was the most beautiful thing that they’ve ever seen!

Fans can’t wait for BTOB to continue paving the way with their performances full of love and consideration.

Source: Dispatch

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