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[V Report] Twice ready for more Once members

  • Published : Jun 30, 2018 - 11:40
  • Updated : Jun 30, 2018 - 11:40

Broadcast date: June 29
Starring: Twice, fromis_9, SHINee, BTOB



Twice ready for more Once members

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(Naver's V app)
Twice wants you to join its fan club, Once.

The nine-piece girl group announced in a 30-second-long video Friday that it is recruiting new members for its official fan club.

While you are entirely free to like Twice as much as you want, you get to be an "official" Once member only after you join the Twice-approved club.

Being a member of Once comes with certain privileges such as early access to concert tickets and fan events.

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Twice is a tri-national K-pop girl group composed of five Korean members (Nayeon, Jungyeon, Jihyo, Chaeyoung, Dahyun), three Japanese members (Sana, Mina, Momo) and a Taiwanese member (Tzuyu).

Twice debuted in 2015 with the single "Like Ooh-ahh" which became an instant hit.



fromis_9 won't stop eating

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fromis_9 uploaded a behind-the-scenes video from its studio recording session for the new single, "DKDK."

Throughout the 5-minute-long video, the nine members constantly snack with bags of chips hanging out everywhere in the practice room.

"Are you guys recording or eating?" read one fan's comment.

Even as they studied the lyrics and practiced their parts, the girls did not stop having fun, taking selfies and playing games on iPads.

The rookie girl group debuted through the reality audition show "Idol School" broadcast on Mnet.

The nine-piece act is composed of Seoyeon, Gyuri, Jiheon, Jiwon, Saerom, Jisun, Hayoung, Nagyung and Chaeyoung.



SHINee and BTOB spotted

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SHINee and BTOB were spotted on their way to KBS2 TV's music show "Music Bank."

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(Naver's V app)
The four members of SHINee hid behind face masks and wide-brimmed hats, but still smiled at the camera and waved.

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BTOB members appeared in pairs, and posed comically as they were showered with camera flashes.

Cheers from fans could be heard in the background.



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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