(PRESSREELS) While the dubbing performance of the group BTS Jimin has been a hot topic day after day, a media outlet on July 21 expressed expectations for “Jimin’s dubbing performance” under the title “Can we see Jimin’s dubbing acting debut?”
In “Dubbing Special” in “Run BTS!-EP.109,” BTS took on a new challenge and dubbed scenes from famous animation films such as “Lion King,” “Toy Story” and “Zootopia,” and praised them all for doing so well despite their brief practice before recording.
In particular, BTS Jimin is known to have an animated voice that is often heard in VLive or other BTS episodes, so I was excited to see him dub the scenes.
The media introduced short edited videos of Jimin’s roles as “Sensi” in “Lion King,” “Juddy” in “Zootopia,” and “Rex” in “Toy Story,” and said, “Fans liked the fact that he used his whole body to express the emotions of the character,” highly evaluating Jimin’s understanding of the character and careful observation.
In particular, Jimin’s voice, who played ‘Rex’ of Toy Story, sounded very similar to the real character, so it was completely successful.” Fans were not surprised how good Jimin was at dubbing. I already knew that Jimin would be good at dubbing. There are 10 reasons why Jimin has to be great as a voice actor,” he praised.
Meanwhile, Mexican actor Carlos Segundo, who dubbed Spanish for the first and second episodes of “Toy Story,” mentioned Jimin, realizing Jimin’s popularity.
Carlos Segundo retweeted a clip of Jimin’s “Rex” dubbing video on his Twitter account on the 22nd, saying, “This is so much fun! Acting as a voice actor is really difficult, but Jimin, who played Rex, made me laugh a lot!” proved Jimin’s ripple effect once again. Surprised.
Carlos Segundo tweeted a second tweet the same day: “I think BTS’ music is very happy and rhythmical. And among the BT21 characters, he really likes the yellow dog Chimmy,” drawing attention.
After “Run BTS!”-EP.109’s “Dubbing Special,” Jimin became the talk of the town after receiving a love call from “Juddy” co-director and screenwriter Jared Bush for his voice acting, followed by a voice actor who dubbed “Toy Story” Spanish, proving his global popularity.