[V Report Plus] What are the hottest clips on V app?
On Aug. 1, the real-time broadcasting V app was launched, allowing fans to watch their favorite stars go live and interact with them.
Fifty days down the road, the app now boasts a stellar lineup of channels with more than 50 K-pop acts participating in the broadcast.
Among an array of shows, what are some of the most talked-about, viral clips to appear on the app?
1. Big Bang’s G-Dragon and Taeyang
Big Bang, which has the most followers on the app with 1 million fans, has rolled out many fun broadcasts, highlighting members’ humor and charm.
The five members kicked off their individual broadcasts consecutively on V in the month of September. As of Thursday, G-Dragon, Taeyang, T.O.P and Seungri have gone live for their special segments. Daesung will be the last to go, appearing Wednesday, Sept. 30.
|G-Dragon (Naver V App)|
|Taeyang and his fan (Instagram)|
2. “BTS Gayo”
Boy band BTS, the second most popular in the app with 781,000 fans, has actively interacted with fans since the app’s launch. They regularly stream special shows, such as “BTS Gayo” or “Run BTS!,” and go live and check in from various countries when they are abroad to interact with their fans.
|BTS (Naver V App)|
3. Girls’ Generation’s “Lion Heart Bowling Competition”
Popular Girls’ Generation was also beloved on the app when the group went live for its week-long show to celebrate the release of its new full-length album “Lion Heart.”
|Girls' Generation (Naver V App)|
4. “Apink Meokbang Talk”
Among girl groups, six-member Apink is one of the most popular groups in the app with 522,626 fans. Apink regularly hosts a special show each week. Among many broadcasts, “Apink Meokbang Talk” was one of the most fun and talked-about shows, where the members continuously devoured various foods from spicy chicken feet to tteokbokki, cake and bingsu, while on air.
|Cho-rong (left) and Nam-joo (Naver V App)|
Naver’s real-time broadcasting V app allows fans to interact with their favorite K-pop stars through live broadcasts. The app is available for Android and iOS. For more information, visit www.vlive.tv.
By Ahn Sung-mi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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