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[V Report] ‘Run BTS’ episode airing Wednesday promises hilarity

  • Published : Jul 9, 2018 - 16:41
  • Updated : Jul 9, 2018 - 16:41

Broadcast date: July 9
Starring: BTS, BTOB, Apink

‘Run BTS’ episode airing Wednesday promises hilarity

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BTS promised fans a whole lot of fun and laughs in the renewed episode of “Run BTS” broadcast on Naver’s V LIVE, an online broadcast platform.

The 30-second trailer disclosed Monday dubbed the upcoming episode “of BTS, by BTS, for BTS,” scheduled to air Wednesday at 6 p.m. (KST). Produced by South Korean music television Mnet, “Run BTS” is a reality show exclusively featuring BTS.

As of Monday, the massively popular boy band boasts over 9 million subscribers on V LIVE. Subscribe to BTS’ channel and make sure you never miss an update.

BTOB’s Messi fan trio

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“Zero people are watching,” Yook Sungjae began the stream Monday for a brief “hi.” The broadcast attracted over 7,000 viewers in less than three minutes despite the inconvenient timing.

“The three of us (Sungjae, Peniel and Minhyuk) are at a cafe for an early morning walk,” said Sungjae. “We are going to go for a morning workout, which is why we are all wearing training pants,” he added.

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When a scream was heard in the background, Sungjae assured fans that it wasn’t Changsub, “that weird scream you just heard isn’t Changsub, I promise you.”

When a fan asked if the trio “liked Argentina,” they replied yes, reciprocating with a follow-up question, “do you like Messi?”

BTOB’s 2018 extended play “This Is Us,” fronted by “Only One for Me,” marks a break from the group’s almost a year-long hiatus.

Apink’s arm-wrestle match

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Apink staged an arm-wrestle match Monday during its group interview with CELUV.Tv broadcast on Naver’s V LIVE.

Naeun came out victorious in her match against Namjoo. Eunji triumphed over Chorong, easily pinning the Apink leader’s arm down. Bomi and Hayoung’s match was a breezy win for the former, despite her confessing earlier that she “can’t even open a water bottle.”

The seven-year-old girl group released its extended play “One & Six” fronted by “I’m So Sick” on July 2.

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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