The show offers a series of events and various artistic competitions through a wide range of celebrities who start a strong Korean song contest King of Mask Singer 12 of the famous performers. The series begins with the celebrities wearing a series of masks that hide their identities. It is necessary to guess who is behind the mask with small hints, where it is possible to get rid of only one singer every week is not convincing.
In a broadcast landscape rife with reality-competition shows that recycle the same format... The Masked Singer feels less like a straightforward take on the genre-and more like a corner of Weird Twitter brought to life by some unholy Hollywood ritual.
Like the worst and corniest decor you've ever affixed to your refrigerator, it's pretty terrible, but you can't deny that it's magnetic. And unlike a lot of performance shows, it's not vicious. It's easy.