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[V Report] Rookie NCT in Thailand

  • Published : Apr 18, 2016 - 11:24
  • Updated : Apr 18, 2016 - 11:24

Date: April 18, 2016
Starring: NCT, Jeong Eun-ji of Apink, Mamamoo, Eric Nam and more

SM Entertainment’s rookie boy group NCT was in Bangkok for their last performance on “SM Rookie’s Show.”

NCT (Naver V app)
Thai member Ten was responsible for teaching Thai language to members and introducing the city. Ten taught how to say hello and other phrases to the members inside a car.

While in Thailand, NCT participated in a popular talk show “Woody Show” as a special guest. Previously, Will Smith, Siwon of Super Junior and Kristen Stewart of “Twilight” series made an appearance on the show. The five boys met with the host Jack Fanchan and had a fun time, including taking selfies together and trying local cuisine.

Apink’s Jeong Eun-ji popped up on the app for the first time by herself to celebrate the release of her debut EP “Dream.” She described her lead track “Hopefully Spring” as a sentimental folk song.

Jeong Eun-ji (Naver V app)
Jeong revealed she is very nervous about the upcoming release. When the music was unveiled at midnight, she listened to it together with the viewers.

“It is finally revealed,” she said. “I thought about my father when singing this song. There are times when just thinking about the past gives you comfort. I hope my song can cheer them up.”

She thanked the fans, staff members, family members and Apink girls for their support while preparing for the album. She bid farewell to the viewers because she had to leave to go practice for her performance Monday.

Mamamoo (Naver V app)
Girl group Mamamoo members prepared a surprise birthday party for Wheein, whose birthday was Sunday. The 21-year-old blew the candles on various cakes that the fans had sent earlier.
“I think my birthday has always been very special, thanks to the members,” she said and expressed her happiness.

Eric Nam (Naver V app)
Singer Eric Nam went live from inside his car after the last performance of song “Good For You” on TV music programs.

“Today is my last music broadcast and now I am done with music promotions,” he said. “But of course, you can continue to listen to my songs.”

He thanked fans for their continuous support. “I will be back in the studio, hopefully to make some new music and have that out for you guys soon,” he said. “Stay healthy, enjoy the weather and have a good time and I will see you soon.”

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By Ahn Sung-mi (sahn@heraldcorp.com)

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