KBS CoolFM's Kiss The Radio has continued to soar higher since it first arrived in April 2004. G.O.D's member, Danny Ahn, helmed the radio show as the first DJ and ran until August 2006.
After a few years, Kiss The Radio began focusing on K-pop, giving way to K-idols to host the radio show. With the members of Super Junior appearing on the show for a decade from 2006 to 2016, the show eventually became known as Sukira.
Meanwhile, Young K began hosting from November 2020 to October 2021, changing its name to Dekira.
As he needed to start serving the military, BTOB Minhyuk had been hailed as his successor, and he will show what he got beginning next month.
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BTOB Minhyuk Will Kiss The Radio In November
Multiple news outlets confirmed that Minhyuk would take over Young K permanently following his farewell episode due to his mandatory military enlistment.
Soon after starting his stint, the program will bear the name BTOB's Kiss The Radio. Minhyuk will welcome his co-member, Eunkwang as his first guest. After choosing the idol as the new host, KBC Radio issued a statement and revealed why they picked him.
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"BTOB's Lee Minhyuk is a musician respected by younger idols. It is expected that he will show a friendly charm while communicating comfortably with not only younger musicians but also listeners," the company said.
After learning the news, members of BTOB's fandom Melody congratulated Minhyuk and wished him the best during his stint.
Kiss The Radio Welcomed Temporary Hosts Before Minhyuk
Before BTOB Minhyuk officially joins the show permanently, several K-pop idols got the chance to host the show.
From October 11 to 15, Stray Kids' Seungmin presented the show before Pentagon's Kino appeared on October 16 and 17.
The third and last guest host, Golden Child's Joochan, sat on the DJ seat from October 18 to 24. TXT's five members – Soobin, Beomgyu, Yeonjun, Taehyun, and Hyening Kai – will take turns from October 25 to 31.
Minhyuk's Kiss The Radio appearance will premiere on November 1 at 10:00 p.m KST.