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[V Report] Shinhwa goes live before fan event in Seoul

  • Published : Dec 12, 2016 - 16:51
  • Updated : Dec 12, 2016 - 16:51

Broadcast date: Dec. 11
Starring: Shinhwa, Twice, B.A.P, Junsu of JYJ, GOT7 and more


Boy band Shinhwa held a live broadcast through Naver’s V app before a fan meet-and-greet event Sunday at CTS Art Hall in Noryangjin, Seoul.

(Naver V app)
Kim Dong-wan held the camera and showed his bandmates chilling while waiting for the fan event to start in 10 minutes. Shin Hye-sung was doing makeup for Andy, while Kim turned to Lee Min-woo and called him “Mr. Autumn.” He also asked Junjin to imitate a soccer player.

During the live show, Kim showed a closed-circuit camera view of the fan event venue, where presents for fans were stacked on rows of tables. Shin pointed to the venue, an indoor theater, and said it resembled a campus hall where Shinhwa members previously performed.

Junjin took to snacks, including kimbap, before the event started at 3 p.m. His bandmates threw jokes at him, saying his meal time was delaying the entire fan event schedule.

The fan event aimed to celebrate the release of their 13th full-length album “The Unchanging Part 1 -- Orange.” The Sunday event followed a Saturday event at Kyobo bookstore in Yeongdeungpo, Seoul.


Girl group Twice visited the studio to film Amigo TV and took V app viewers’ suggestions for items for upcoming episode.

The 10-minute live show took place before they started filming for the episode, which might be based on fans’ ideas.

(Naver V app)
Fans came up with many items, including a cooking show, party game “Mafia,” a pajama party or a birthday celebration for Sana.

Eight out of nine members participated in the show, since Jungyeon was en route after hosting Sunday’s episode of “Inkigayo.” Many members suggested pranking Jungyeon, though the idea was soon nixed by producers of Amigo TV.

Prior to the nine-member girl group, boy band KNK and project girl group I.O.I hit the studio. I.O.I members held a nighttime food show, while KNK played a game with dolls.

Junsu of JYJ

A rehearsal video of Junsu of JYJ was released through C-Jes Entertainment’s V account.

In the clip, Junsu sings “Can You Hear Me?” with backing strings. “Can You Hear Me?” is off the sound track of Vietnam War-themed musical “Tears in Heaven,” the second musical in his career, staged in 2011.

(Naver V app)
Other than “Can You Hear Me?” Junsu sang songs from his six-year musical career, including “Elizabeth,” “December” and “Tears in Heaven,” from “2016 Xia Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra Vol. 5.” The three-day year-end concert will be his last before he begins his compulsory military service in February.

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 http://www.vlive.tv.

By Son Ji-hyoung (json@heraldcorp.com)

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