This is my favorite TOP 5 high pitch voice in I Can See Your Voice show. Did we share the same ranking?

Who are they?

➡ Number #5 - Jung Si-Hyuk (Angry Singer)
- He is former of rock band.
- Dismiss due to lack of budget & record deal.
- Big fans of I.O.I.
🎤 (Song title: "Glass Castle" by K2)

➡ Number #4 - Jung-Hyun Wok (Haroro)
- Currently work as music teacher for elementary student.
- Graduated music course from Incheon National University.
🎤 (Song title: "Turning the pages of memories" by Lee Sun Hee)

➡ Number #3 - Kim Cheong-il (expert explosive high note)
- Currently work as Chef Hotel.
- He once formed a band but didn't survive from korean music industry.
🎤 (Song title: "Hate you" by Jung In)

➡ Number #2 - Lee Jae Won (2nd music commander)
- Currently college student who love to sing.
- Performed only in college event/wedding.
- Really love music but afraid to pursue due to countless of competitor in Korean music industry.
- After went to ICSYV, he decided to pursue music again.
🎤 (Song title: "Don't Cry" by The Cross)

➡ Number #1 - Dr. Choi Young Kwan
- PhD holder.
- Currently work as lawyer.
- A member of K-Water band & still active music. (usually perform in event/wedding only)
🎤 (Song title: "Love, Never faded away" by Seo Moon Tak)

Hope everyone questions has been answer!! ENJOY!! 🎤🎤🎤
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