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[V Report] Blackpink’s Rose nails ‘Kill This Love’ choreography

  • Published : Apr 11, 2019 - 10:05
  • Updated : Apr 11, 2019 - 10:05

Broadcast dates: April 9-10

Starring: Rose of Blackpink, Super Junior D&E, IZ*ONE

Blackpink’s Rose nails ‘Kill This Love’ choreography


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Blackpink revealed a clip of Rose performing the group’s latest single, “Kill This Love.” The video, titled “BLACKPINK -- ROSE ‘Kill This Love’ Focused Camera,” shared Wednesday on the K-pop girl group’s V Live channel, features Rose decked out in a matching short grey jacket and skirt, paired with black boots and a black bra-top.

Cutting a chic and gorgeous Tomb Raider-esque look, Rose perfectly executes the song’s fierce choreography. “Kill This Love” fronts Blackpink’s newly released EP of the same title, which has made the biggest music video debut in YouTube history, earning 56.7 million views in its first 24 hours.

Watch the clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/122771.


Super Junior D&E reveals highlights of new EP


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Super Junior D&E dropped a medley made up of highlights from its upcoming EP, “Danger.”

The clip, shared Wednesday on the duo’s V Live channel, featured previews of seven tracks from the album, including the title track, alongside concept photos and selected lyrics. The other tracks are “Jungle,” “Gloomy,” “Watch Out,” “Dreamer,” and the Korean versions of the act’s Japanese singles “Sunrise” and “If You.”

Composed of Donghae and Eunhyuk of Super Junior, D&E debuted Dec. 16, 2011, with the digital single “Oppa, Oppa.”

“Danger” will be out April 14.

Watch the clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/122794.


IZ*ONE celebrates first win on music program with ‘Violeta’


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Rising rookie act IZ*ONE thanked its fans after a first-place win on SBS’ “The Show.”

“We just got our first on the show, and we were able to do it thanks to WIZ*ONE’s love and support,” said Wonyoung in the clip, shared Tuesday on the group’s V Live channel. WIZ*ONE’s is the group’s fandom community.

Group leader Eunbi said, “We’re not sure if we deserve the win, but it was such a great experience to meet our fans in person. I don’t know how to express my gratitude in words.”

The Korean-Japanese group is the third project group formed through Mnet’s K-pop competition show “Produce.” They will be working together as a project band for 2 1/2 years. After sweeping local charts with debut single “La Vie en Rose” last year, the 12-member act dropped a new single earlier this month -- “Violeta,” which leads its new “Heart*Iz” album.

Watch the clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/122757.


VAV puts out hilarious cat-sitting video



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VAV had a fun-filled time playing with a cat named Yoda. In the video uploaded on The Korea Herald’s V Live channel, the K-pop boy band is seen feeding Yoda a treat and making a house for him. The short clip kicks off with Ziu and Ayno playing with a cat toy and leads to the members talking about their favorite animals.

VAV also takes on the challenge of putting together a cardboard house for Yoda, and cheers after watching him step into his new home.

While they haven’t yet attained the highest profile on the local K-pop scene, the VAV singers have been dubbed “global super rookies.” Since last year, the act has performed in 23 cities around the world spanning the US, Brazil, Europe, Japan and Thailand, and it recently wrapped up its “VAV 2019 Meet & Live Senorita Latin Tour” of Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Mexico.

VAV recently came out with a new album, “Thrilla Killa,” featuring a lead single of the same title.

Watch the clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/122793.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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