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[V Report] Park Hae-jin meets fans in Myeong-dong

  • Published : May 8, 2016 - 14:30
  • Updated : May 8, 2016 - 14:30

Broadcast date: May 7
Starring: Park Hae-jin, Mamamoo, BTS, BAP and more.

Park Hae-jin

Park Hae-jin (Naver V app)

Hallyu star Park Hae Jin appeared on V App live on Saturday, before a fan autograph event for a cosmetic store in Myeong-dong, Seoul.

He showed viewers the room where he was waiting. Upon reaching a staircase, he said, “I have to go down when they give me the cue. Oh they are telling me to come now.”

As he neared the stage, those present cheered and squealed in excitement. Dozens of fans had gathered to see Park.

Park Hae-jin (Naver V app)

The MC praised Park’s looks. “You guys know that he is very handsome but you did not know he was really (this) handsome.”

The 33-year-old actor talked about his future plans.

“Currently, I plan to meet fans in Taiwan, Thailand, and Hong Kong. I will also meet Korean fans through a new drama. The date has not been specified yet, but I expect the shooting to start this fall.”

He is expected to star in JTBC’s upcoming drama “Man-to-Man,” playing the role of a bodyguard of a top star.


Mamamoo (Naver V app)

Girl group Mamamoo appeared live on the V app on Saturday, showcasing their comeback album “Melting” in a showcase event.
Around 200 fans had gathered to show support for the group at a concert hall in Paju, Gyeonggi Province.

“Today we are here to go on a date with Momo and we will have barbeque party,” said Sola

Momo is a nickname given to fans registered in the group’s online fan cafe of the same name. The other members also greeted viewers and did their trademark dance.

After they ended their performance, the four members appeared again on the V app to thank fans.

“We are grateful to meet some of you Momos and chat,” Moon Byul said.

“This is a rare opportunity. Thank you so much,” Hwasa added.

Mamamoo also thanked those who could not come to the event.

Sola ended the video by saying, “We wish to meet you all again in different events as we will be performing for the college festivals and so on. Thank you so much!”

The girl quartet group, debuted in 2014 with the single, “Don’t be Happy.”

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 Jo He-rim (herim@heraldcorp.com)

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