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[V Report] Red Velvet unveils new song 'Rookie'

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Updated : February 01 2017

Broadcast date: Feb. 1
Starring: Red Velvet, Sungjae, Youngmin and Kwangmin of BTOB

Red Velvet

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(Naver V app)
Red Velvet released a music video for its new song “Rookie” on Wednesday via SM TOWN’s official V app channel.

The song with an upbeat melody placed atop various music charts as soon as it was released.

Scenes in the music video were like those from a fairy tale, with illusionary vivid colors in the background.

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(Naver V app)
The plot seemed to include a motif of “Alice in Wonderland.” The band came out through different doors that led them to a new fantasy world.

They were dressed in light blue dresses at one point, and chased after a mysterious figure covered with flowers.

The use of puppets and airships added to the mysterious ambiance.

Sungjae, Youngmin and Kwangmin of BTOB

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(Naver V app)
The last episode of “Celebrity Bromance,” starring Sungjae, Youngmin and Kwangmin of BTOB and titled “Crazy Night,” aired through the V Special channel Wednesday.

After snowboarding, the three decided to cook dinner.

Sungjae said he would like to cook tteokguk, a traditional Korean dish eaten during the Lunar New Year holiday, with kimchi savory pancakes.

Neither Youngmin nor Kwangmin were in favor of the idea, saying the pancakes in particular were too much trouble.

Despite their disapproval, Sungjae played the role of chef and succeeded in cooking the full meal. He even took the time to teach Youngmin how to flip the kimchi pancake in a pan.

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(Naver V app)
The three gathered around the table to eat dinner and took turns conveying their words of blessing to each other.

They seemed embarrassed to speak so upfront, but ultimately admitted they felt happy just being able to come on such a great journey with each other.

A short clip of the three singing at a karaoke room was revealed in an epilogue. There seemed to be no room for doubt in their close friendship.

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 Yim Ji-min (jiminy@heraldcorp.com)

Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.naver.vapp
Apple App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1019447011?mt=8


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