[V Report] Kim Jae-joong talks life after military
Broadcast date: Jan. 11
Starring: B1A4, Kim Jae-joong, Apink, TheEastLight, 2Tak, Monsta X, B.I.G
Kicking off Naver V app’s Wednesday line-up was Kim Jae-joong from JYJ talking about his recent discharge from the military.
“Hello everyone, this is Jae-joong,” he kicked off with a big chuckle. “I am laughing because, since I was discharged from the military, I’ve already appeared on V Live three time. I laugh because I’m so happy.”
In his first return to the V app, the K-pop star invited viewers to his fan signing event, while his second appearance was during a video shoot that suddenly turned into a “mukbang,” or food eating broadcast.
“Today, I have no theme for the V Live,” he says. “Today, I will just take a look at your comments and answer your questions.”
The singer went on to talk about meeting up and drinking with old friends for the first time in a long time, as well as explaining his various social media postings and photo uploads.
Apink’s Son Na-eun also joined Wednesday’s broadcast in a solo episode.
The K-pop starlet tuned in from a dressing room and was sporting off-green contacts with very pronounced dark pupils, which prompted a lot of questions from viewers.
“Yes I am wearing contacts today, so my eyes are a different color,” she said.
“Oh gosh they’re saying I look scary,” Son added, reading off viewer’s comment during the live episode. “The director said the concept I’m supposed to be showing off is ‘sexy.’”
Fans continued comment on the singer’s new colored contacts, calling them “scary,” “cat-like” and even asked Son if she was filming an ad for some kind of monster video game.
Also on Wednesday’s V report was the rookie members of TheEastKLight boy band, showing off their music skills with a live session in their PJs.
The members of B1A4 spent more than an hour with viewers, goofing off with one another and conversing with fans as they filmed video footage for their upcoming concert event.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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