Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Chio, Sung-Bong: Korea's Got Talent

Forget that the folks of Korea's Got Talent edit in their mocking attitude and edit out much of the latter chapter of his life where he finally got help, the story of orphan Sung-Bong Chio is nevertheless inspiring. I'm glad he got help. And it is clear from his words, even edited, that there was an intervention in his rough life that now gives him the chance to feel 'normal', and maybe then some. Good stuff.



James C. Collier

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2 comments:

Desertflower said...

I'm laughing so hard! LOL! Somebody please give me a break!

I don't believe for one second that a child that's been living alone on the streets since the age of five, can look and have developed into this young man, and he even sings in Italian too. Sorrry! No can do! LOLOLOLOL! But it's funny though!

Sn3akrFr3akr said...

I can believe it - there are plenty of young orphans out on the streets of these countries. Chances are he's picked up a lot of talents and knowledge from living out on his own. He sounds really good! I suppose saying he can't sing helps him prepare for disappointment. Can't imagine living that life...

In any event, if it is a true story - this is a very beautiful come up.