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[V Report] Jennie asks fans advice on her dog’s health

  • Published : Aug 4, 2019 - 17:23
  • Updated : Aug 4, 2019 - 17:23

Broadcast date: Aug. 3-4

Starring: Jennie of Blackpink, ITZY, Oh My Girl, Seventeen’s Dokyeom


Jennie of Blackpink asked fans for advice on her dog’s health. The singer took to V Live with her two dogs, named Kai and Kuku, and told fans that she had a question about one of them.

“Actually, our Kai is suffering from a facial paralysis. I took to this broadcast to ask dog owners some advice on this kind of symptom,” she said.

Constantly hugging and petting her dogs, she read some comments from the viewers who gave the Blackpink member advice on how to take care of Kai.

“Massage? Yes, I’m giving her (Kai) massages every day,” she said.

Jennie recently became the first K-pop female solo artist to reach 350 million views with her first solo single “Solo.”

Watch the full video at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/143062

ITZY amuses fans with cute animal costumes


ITZY, a rising K-pop girl group under JYP Entertainment, gave fans a special gift by dancing to its recent single “Icy” in cute animal costumes.

In the video shared on the group’s V Live channel, the five girls are seen performing the powerful dance movement while clad in colorful animal costume jumpsuits. The clip was titled “’Icy’ Dance Practice (Thank you MIDZY Ver.),” indicating that it was dedicated to the act’s fanbase called Midzy.

As newcomers on the scene and the first girl group coming out of JYP since Twice debuted in 2015, the five-piece act made a big splash with debut single “Dalla Dalla,” which received over 14 million views within 24 hours of its release on YouTube.

IZTY recently dropped its first EP “It’z Icy,” featuring lead track “Icy.”

Watch the full video at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/143085

Oh My Girl teases MV for upcoming single ‘Bungee’


K-pop darlings Oh My Girl is all set to make a comeback. The group released a teaser clip for “Bungee,” the lead track off its upcoming summer package album “Fall In Love.”

The colorful video features the six girls going up in an elevator in order to reach the highest floor. Befitting the vacation season, he members are also dressed in vibrant summer outfits, creating a festive vibe. The album, set to be out Monday, marks the act’s first record since “The Fifth Season” LP out in May.

Oh My Girl debuted in 2015 as an eight-piece group with the EP “Oh My Girl,” but one of its members JinE left the group in March 2017 due to ongoing health complications. Having consistently delivered its signature bubblegum sound, Oh My Girl slowly but steadily found its way up the charts, landing its first win on a local music show with “Remember Me” last year.

Watch the full video at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/143045

Dokyeom of Seventeen wraps up last show of ‘Xcalibur’


Dokyeom of Seventeen talked about his last show of musical “Xcalibur” while traveling in the back of a passenger van.

The Seventeen lead vocalist was cast as King Arther in the musical, a reinterpretation of the British legend of King Arthur, in June.

Still wearing heavy makeup, Dokyeom addressed fans, “I’m really glad that the musical finally came to an end, and I’d like to thank fans for supporting me from the very beginning.”

“So many people came to see the show today, probably because it was the last one. I was really surprised. On my last performance, I just wanted to do my best so people could tell me that I did a hard work, rather than staging the best show,” he added.

Dokyeom will be promoting as a member of Seventeen in August, as the group will release its new Korean single “Hit’ on Monday.

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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