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[V Report] BTS floats another teaser for “Boy With Luv”

  • Published : Apr 11, 2019 - 12:06
  • Updated : Apr 11, 2019 - 12:43

Broadcast date: April 10-11
Starring: BTS, NCT, GOT7, Twice

BTS fed fans another taste of “Boy With Luv,” dropping a second teaser music video.

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Jin was the first to grace the trailer, followed by the others clad in white suits and striking different poses. They also take to the stage allowing for a sneak peak of their precise choreography before the blue-haired V closes it off, staring into the camera.

The boy band was seen at the airport here yesterday ready to depart to the US, where they will make the group’s first appearance for the new album “Map of the Soul: Persona” on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.”

Emma Stone, who will host the episode, shared her rising anticipation in a clip uploaded three days before the airdate. Donning pink BTS pajamas, the actress and self-confessed K-pop fan declared, “I am camping out on this stage until BTS gets here.”

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/122989.

NCT’s Taeyong and Johnny attempt VR game

NCT’s Taeyong and Johnny visited a game room to share their first experience with a virtual reality game on V Live.

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After unwrapping boxes of sweets, the two tried figuring out how to play the technology-infused genre. “Taeyong usually plays on PC and I own a (Nintendo game console) Switch,” said Johnny, explaining they would have to adjust to Sony’s PlayStation 4.

Taeyong broke into a sweat before giving up after a few failed attempts and instead treated himself to some cake. They then kept fans up to speed with their extended tour schedule.

“Mexico and Russia have been added,” said Johnny. The two will tour as part of NCT’s nine-member subunit NCT127, visiting Mexico City on May 21 and flying to Russia to perform in St. Petersburg on June 26 and Moscow on June 29.

NCT127 will kick off a 12-performance tour in the US and Canada on April 24.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/122840.

Jus2 greets fans after first Tokyo live show

Jus2 logged onto Naver’s V Live after the pair’s first live performance as a unit in Tokyo.

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“Our special edition for Japan came out as well just in time,” said Yugyeom. “We are tired for sure, but had such a good time as our fans had such a good time enjoying themselves.”

The GOT7 duo tried to keep up with fans’ messages, answering and commenting before one asked them to recommend a late-night snack. JB covered his face in mock agony, replying, “There are so many I want to eat right now.”

“I gained some weight. I’ve worked so hard to lose some, but still,” conceded the leader of the band. Yugyeom and fans consoled him, telling him he is in good shape, but JB shook his head vigorously.

The subunit’s “Focus on Me,” from its first Japanese EP, has topped daily and weekly charts in the country.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/122984.

Twice Momo talks to fans during break

Twice’s Momo asked fans what they thought about teasers for EP “Fancy You,” going live while waiting for her bandmates to finish shooting.

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Trying to maintain her calm despite the van’s light that kept turning off, the performer recalled the surprise singing in unison of fans at the last performance during their Japan dome tour. “I was so moved,” she said, before asking fans, “What do you want us to do in our concerts?”

Answering a fan’s question, Momo confided she is very shy. “I am painfully shy and it’s hard for me to make eye contact, let alone talk to someone I’ve just met. I want to change myself but it’s not easy.”

Twice released a series of teasers featuring each of the bandmates in daring colors, signaling their return with “Fancy,” the lead track from the group’s seventh EP, on April 22. The group will meet fans up close with a 10-performance tour starting from Seoul and visiting nine cities across the world.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/122936.

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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