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[V Report] Red Velvet’s video selfie will make you fall in love with them

  • Published : Aug 12, 2018 - 13:09
  • Updated : Aug 12, 2018 - 13:09

Broadcast date: Aug. 11, 12
Starring: Red Velvet, SF9, The Boyz

Red Velvet’s eye contact camera

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Red Velvet uploaded a second episode of “Red Velvet’s Eye Contact Camera” on its V Live channel Saturday, which is where footages of random instances from Red Velvet’s daily life are collaged into a clip.

Red Velvet members film themselves in a super zoomed-in selfie mode, as per the title “Eye Contact Camera.”

“I’m wearing contact lenses,” said Yeri, holding the camera close to her eyes.

“These gazes will be the death of me,” read one comment.

The five-piece act dropped its second summer-themed track “Power Up” on Aug. 6, which succeeded in topping major music charts instantaneously with its release.

SF9 behind-the-scenes

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(Naver's V Live)
SF9 released a behind-the-scenes clip Saturday, featuring the members hard at work while being playful backstage.

The nine-member boy band dropped its fifth EP and second release of the year “Sensuous” fronted by electro-pop track “Now or Never.”

Its May album “Mamma Mia!” landed at No. 10 on Billboard’s World Albums chart.

The Boyz in Vietnam

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The Boyz visited the city of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, as one of the first two K-pop acts to perform at the “V HEARTBEAT” concert held on July 31.

The concert, co-hosted by the Vietnamese government and South Korea’s portal Naver, intends to consolidate cultural bond between two countries.

In the performance clip released Saturday, The Boyz is met by an enthusiastic roar from the local crowd who even sang along the group’s predominantly Korean lyrics.

The Boyz debuted in 2017 under the label Cre.ker Entertainment. The twelve-member act is composed of Hwall, Kevin, Ju Yeon, Young Hoon, Sang Yeon, Hyun Jae, Ju Hak Nyeon, Sun Woo, New, Eric, Q and Jacob. “Produce 101” star Ju Hak-nyeon remains its most well-known member.

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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