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[V Report] Veterans Click-B, Brown Eyed Girls return

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Updated : October 22 2015

Broadcast date: Oct. 21
Starring: Click-B, Brown Eyed Girls, Twice, BamBam and Yugyeom of GOT7, Park Ji-min of 15&, Eric Nam, Yoo Se-yoon, Kim Bum-soo, Lee Teuk, Ko Tae-yong and Jonghyun of SHINee

Veteran boy band Click-B made a long-awaited comeback Wednesday, breaking a 13-year-hiatus.

The members appeared on the V app at 7:30 p.m. to talk about their newly dropped two-track album “Reborn,” and shared what they have been up to during the long hiatus.

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Click-B (Naver V App)
Both Ha Hyun-gon and Yoo Ho-suk released solo albums under the stage names Ha Hyun-gon Factory and Evan, respectively. Yoo also completed his mandatory military service last year. Oh Jong-hyuk starred in a film and is waiting for it to open in theaters. Kang Hoo (whose real name is Kim Tae-hyung) said he has been watching many American TV dramas, including “The Flash,” “Quantico” and “Hand of God.” No Min-hyuk said he kept himself busy, being part of the trio band Ash Gray and working as a photographer. Woo Yun-suk had been operating a bar at Yeonnam-dong.

Kim Sang-hyuk, who arrived late to the show, due to shooting a TV music program, said he hung out with other members and prepared for the new album.

During the show, the seven members looked through past pictures together, answered various questions that fans asked and performed part of their new song “Reborn,” as well as a popular song from the past, “Undefeatable.”

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Click-B (Naver V App)
When asked who the best looking member of the group was, the members agreed that everyone is more or less on the same level, except good-looking Yoo Ho-suk.

In response, Yoo complimented the other members. “Nowadays, Oh Jong-hyuk is good-looking,” said Yoo. “In the past, he looked prettier than a girl, but now, he is very manly. Also Kang Hoo looks like actor Tony Leung.”

Girl group Brown Eyed Girls also made a grand return to the music scene, back after their fifth LP “Kill Bill” in 2013.

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Brown Eyed Girls (Naver V App)
Their V show, titled “Champagne Night” was all about drinking champagne, eating desserts and chatting with fans who have waited a long time for the group’s return.

“I am very nervous,” said Gain.

“It’s not only me right? I am pretending not to tremble, but I am very nervous too,” said Narsha. “But it’s good to go live again.”

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Ga-in (left) and Miryo (Naver V App)
The members thanked the fans for waiting for a long time and being with them since their debut in 2006.

“We didn’t make a promise to last 10-20 years, but just had same goals in mind and worked hard together, which led us here today,” said Narsha when asked the secret behind their longevity as an idol group.

“We don’t get sick of each other, so I think that kept us together,” said JeA.

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JeA (left) and Narsha (Naver V App)
The four-members unveiled the date for their upcoming album as Nov. 5. “It’s an album that will quench your thirst,” said JeA. “I already like it so much.”

Gain, who returned with a new short haircut, said the new album might be R-rated and exotic.

At 9 p.m., rookie girl band Twice turned on the app from their practice room for the third episode of their live show.

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Twice (Naver V App)
“Thank you so much everyone who came to the showcase yesterday,” said Jihyo. “There is always that unsatisfied feeling after the performance,” said Jungyeon.

“But now we have many days in the future to show (more performances), so it will all become good memories,” said Nayeon. “We will work harder.”

In front of the camera, the nine girls danced to their title song “Ooh-Aah” and other songs, including “Do It Again.”

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Twice (Naver V App)
At 10:30 p.m., BamBam of GOT7 and Park Ji-min of 15& went live for their second episode of the show “Counseling Center.”

During their counseling session, the two gave advice for concerns and questions submitted by coworkers of their agency, JYP Entertainment.

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BamBam and Park Ji-min (Naver V App)
Recommending good music to listen to on the way to work, Jimin suggested songs by Nicki Minaj. Also, Yugyeom of GOT7 appeared on the app and shared his concern about his troublesome roommate BamBam, making viewers laugh.

Also on Wednesday, Yoon Se-yoon, Kim Bum-soo and Lee Teuk went live at 8:30 p.m. to promote their new music competition TV program “I Can See Your Voice,” which will go on air at 9:40 p.m. on Thursday.

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From left: Yoo Se-yoon, Lee Bum-soo and Lee Teuk (Naver V App)
Singer Eric Nam turned on his camera at 10 p.m. from Nice, France, where he took the viewers around the beautiful city. He went to various places in the city, including a market and a beautiful beach, leaving him to exclaim, “Oh My God!”

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Eric Nam (Naver V App)
Additional footage come from designer Ko Tae-yong’s behind-the-scene video of his fashion show and highlights from Jonghyun of SHINee’s concert last week.

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Jonghyun (Naver V App)
Naver’s real-time broadcasting app V 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 (sahn@heraldcorp.com)

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