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[V Report] GOT7 members get behind the wheel

  • Published : Dec 7, 2016 - 10:39
  • Updated : Dec 7, 2016 - 11:21

Broadcast date: Dec. 6
Starring: Day6, 2TAK, K.A.R.D, Boys24, VIXX, GOT7, B1A4, Jonghyun


Kicking off Tuesday’s Naver V app line-up were the members of popular JYP idol group GOT7 who brought cameras along on their driving tests.

As part of the group’s “Hard Carry” online broadcast, GOT7 unveiled its eighth episode Tuesday, in which the young pop stars tackled one goal off their wish list ? getting their driver’s license.

“Man it’s about time!” the members exclaimed as they headed toward the driver’s testing center.

“This is something I want to do by myself and not on camera,” said one of the members. “I mean, if I fail, I will be really embarrassed.”

Member Bam Bam then chimed in to suggest a method of cheating on the written exam by giving one another handle signals for the multiple choice section.

Following the written exam, each of the members took to the streets and got behind the wheel of the driving test vehicle. Some of the members passed with flying colors, while others needed some more practice.


GOT7’s JYP label mates Day6 also returned to the spotlight and joined in on Tuesday’s Naver V app line-up.

Members Sungjin and Wonpil broadcast their “free radio” program, the first episode for December.

“I think this is a show that you and I had to do together,” Wonpil said, kicking off the show.

“Why do you think that?” Sungjin responded with a curious smile.

“Because you and I are roommates, we get along great and we are also great MCs and I think you guys will all see that as the episode goes on,” Wonpil says.

In the hourlong live radio broadcast, the two members went on to discuss every topic under the sun, as well as playing a number of Day6’s favorite tracks.


Also on Tuesday V app line was a short but eye-catching teaser clip from SM Entertainment. The 30-second clip showed Jonghyun of SHINee shirtless and ripped in a promotional spot for his upcoming solo release, “Inspiration.” The star’s new single, in which he was the composer and lyricist, is slated to be released Friday.


B1A4’s Baro also tuned in yesterday with a short solo broadcast. Baro spent some one-on-one time greeting fans and viewers and talking about B1A4’s latest album release, “Good Timing,” which dropped last week.

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 Julie Jackson (juliejackson@heraldcorp.com)

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