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[V Report] TVXQ’s Max gets exhausted after scaling salmon, U-know panics over a crying child

  • Published : May 8, 2018 - 12:05
  • Updated : May 8, 2018 - 12:05

Broadcast date: May 7
Starring: TVXQ, Wanna One, WJMK


(Naver V app)
TVXQ members found their “new occupations” more tiring than they had expected, according to the latest episode of the duo’s new variety show “72 Hours of TVXQ” aired via Naver’s V app Monday.

The reality show features the two singers taking on new occupations for 72 hours -- U-Know as a kindergarten teacher and Max working in the kitchen of chef Choi Hyun-seok’s restaurant.

Monday’s episode showed the two singers starting their new jobs.

Max, who hesitantly entered the kitchen, started the morning routine of the kitchen.

His work began with arranging the ingredients delivered that morning. He was surprised by the huge amount of ingredients at first but soon got used to his task of labeling them.

Then he was asked to scale a salmon. He started off with great confidence but soon found himself exhausted.

“Wow I feel tired already,” he said, making chef Choi laugh.

U-Know, who was working at a kindergarten, became frustrated by a kid while playing with the children at a playground.

The child, who was playing with sand, suddenly said he wanted to go to the restroom.

At the same time, other kids started to fight with each other while throwing the sand. One kid started to cry, complaining about the sand getting inside his clothes.

The series “72 Hours” airs every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. on V app and Naver TV.

Wanna One
(Naver V app)
Boy band Wanna One released a video teaser for its upcoming new album “Undivided” via the V app Monday.

The album is the first subunit project of the group. It will feature collaborations between subunits of Wanna One members and local musicians such as Dynamic Duo, Block B’s Zico, Nell and Heize.

The video showed the equation “1÷x=1” which stands for the unlimited potential (x) the group will show as units (÷) while the group still remains as one together (1).

Later this summer, Wanna One will kick off its “Wanna One World Tour - One: The World,” starting with concerts in Seoul from June 1-3. The group plans to hold concerts in 13 cities over a three-month period.

“Undivided” will be released on June 4.

(Naver V app)
Project girl group WJMK communicated with its fans in a live broadcast held via Naver’s V app Monday.

WJMK consists of Seola and Luda of girl group WJSN and Choi Yoo-jung and Kim Do-yeon of girl group Weki Meki.

The WJMK bandmates said they had tried to become closer to each other as some fans pointed out they looked awkward with one another during their first live broadcast held last week,

They took turns to draw lots to accomplish missions designed to nurture friendships.

Luda picked the mission to have a meal with Choi after the broadcast.

“Haven’t you watched ‘Avengers’ yet? Let’s go watch together,” Luda further suggested.

The missions they picked included eating fruits out of each other’s hands; putting their arms around each other’s shoulders and calling each other’s names; meeting eyes for five seconds while holding hands; and acting cute to each other while meeting each other’s eyes.

WJMK is scheduled to release a single in June.

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 The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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