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[V Report] Black Pink reveals its ‘Black Pink House’

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Updated : December 07 2017

Broadcast Date: Dec. 6

Starring: Black Pink, Kim Tae-ri, Zion. T

Black Pink

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(Naver V app)
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(Naver V app)

Black Pink revealed its new residence called “Black Pink House,” the homestead that was specially designed and built for the four-member K-pop girl group located in the Hongdae district in Seoul, via Naver V app.

The group will spend 100 days in the house as if on a vacation, which will be aired through a TV show later in December.

The Wednesday broadcast featured the members showing the rooms in the house to viewers, looking excited for their new house that was plunged in pink. They told fans that they got a new television and decorated the house with balloons to celebrate Christmas.

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(Naver V app)
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(Naver V app)

“We took to this broadcast while decorating the house. We were about to hold a house warming party, and we’ve just invited you to our house via online as we are living in such an era,” they said.

The pink-tinged room featured a pink Christmas tree and dazzling holiday decorations as well.

Black Pink also updated fans about the upcoming fan event.

“We are going to give a big present to just one person through an event. Wait for our big show, guys,” Jenny said.

Kim Tae-ri

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(Naver V app)

The Wednesday Naver V live broadcast featured actors of the upcoming movie “1987,” including Kim Tae-ri, Ha Jung-woo, Yoo Hae-jin, talking about the film.

Kim, who plays a vivacious college freshman who is dragged into the dynamics of the democratization movement, explained the reason she decided to star in the film that has its historical backdrop in 1987.

“I don’t know why I’ve been starring in films about histories that happened even before I was born. What happened in the movie occurred three years before I was born, which is 1990. But think about it,
it’s only 30 years ago from now,” she said.

“Societies in the past and present aren’t that different from each other. Some parts of our histories are being repeated, but there’s always been a fruition in the end. I liked the power of time passing throughout the history, as well as the energy of the scenario.”

The movie is inspired by real-life reporters, college students and everyday people who fought the authoritarian regime during the fateful year of 1987.

Zion. T

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(Naver V app)
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(Naver V app)

Singer Zion. T took to Naver V app to share his favorite songs with fans.

The Wednesday broadcast featured the singer driving a car with his friends, saying, “We are heading to our studio. Where else would I go?”

“Three days have passed since I dropped my new single, but now I’m going to the studio to work on the new one. We don’t know about a singer’s longevity. So I want to make good songs as much as I can when people are welcoming my music,” he said.

While driving, he listened to “Alone Again” by Gilbert O‘Sullivan and “Come to Me” by Nov. The singer said “Come to Me” was his favorite song, which was written by an older sister of the singer Crush, Zion. T’s friend.

“I love this song and I think it was a masterpiece. I actually cried once while listening to it,” he said.

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 Hong Dam-young (lotus@heraldcopr.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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