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[V Report] J-Hope and Suga put mask sheets

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Updated : June 23 2017

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(Naver V app)
Broadcast date: June 22
Starring: J-Hope and Sugar of BTS, Hwang Chi-yeul, Nine Muses

J-Hope and Suga of BTS

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(Naver V app)
J-Hope and Suga of BTS showed themselves putting on facial mask sheets in a V app live broadcast Thursday.

“We just washed our face and we are with our bare-faces,” J-Hope said opening up the broadcast. “I applied a bit of skin toner only. I feel like I need to apply something as soon as possible.”

The two singers began their routine with putting on mask sheets.

“The instruction (of the mask sheet) says we need to put this for 10 to 20 minutes. So then we’ll put it for 15 minutes,” Suga said.

“We are going to end the broadcast exactly 15 minutes after we put the mask sheets on.”

On the package of the mask sheet, it read it is for “moisturizing and luster.” Since luster in Korean sounds like “Yoon-gi” which is same with Suga’s real name, J-Hope said “this is yours!”

“I don’t usually put much things (on my skin). I only put some cream usually,” Suga said. “I personally think that, of course skincare is important, but for me, inborn skin condition is more important.”

“I put steady efforts on my skin,” J-Hope said. When J-Hope explained his skincare tips, Suga was very impressed and said “Wow, that is awesome!”

Their group BTS is currently touring Japan on “2017 BTS Live Episode III the Wings Tour,” which kicked off in Seoul in February. The boy band finished its Saitama leg on Thursday and will wrap up the six-month tour in Sapporo, Japan, on July 2.

Hwang Chi-yeul

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(Naver V app)
Singer Hwang Chi-yeul aired an unannounced V broadcast on Thursday during his practice for his upcoming concert.

“I am practicing really hard for the concert so please anticipate a lot,” Hwang said.

“It’s really hot because we are practicing our choreography hard,” he said showing the inside of his dance practice room. “I’m practicing with the dancers.”

Hwang will hold the first of his two weekend concerts on Saturday at Olympic Hall of Olympic Park in Seoul.

After debuting in 2007, Hwang remained in obscurity for 10 years, before making his breakthrough with a series of TV appearances including Mnet’s “I Can See Your Voice” and KBS’ “Immortal Song 2: Singing the Legend.”

He since gained popularity at home and overseas especially in China, appearing on TV series including the Chinese version of “I am a Singer” and “Dad! Where Are We Going?”

Nine Muses

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(Naver V app)
Girl group Nine Muses took to the V app on Thursday to promote its upcoming concert “2017 Ninemuses Concert ‘RE:MINE’.”

“We are practicing hard to show you the great stages. You must be coming, right?” Kyungri said.

The girl group also reminded the viewers about its fan club member recruiting.

“If you forgot to join, please search Nine Muses now!” Sojin said.

Nine Muses is set to hold its second solo concert on July 29 at Blue Square Samsung Card Hall in Seoul, where the group will unveil a new song from its next album. The group released its latest EP “Muses Diary Part2: Identity” on Monday.

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 Kim So-yeon (syk19372@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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