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[V Report] Super Junior ready for return

  • Published : Sept 10, 2019 - 14:05
  • Updated : Sept 10, 2019 - 14:05

Broadcast date: Sept. 9-10
Starring: Super Junior, GOT7, IZ*ONE, Twice

Super Junior returned as a full band after a decade with a reality program “SJ Returns.”

(Naver's V Live)

All nine members of Super Junior have completed their military duty over the last decade and will make a comeback with their ninth album next month, which will be shared through the reality program “SJ Returns.”

In the first episode, the bandmates gathered at a restaurant telling the owner that their youngest member Kyuhyun was discharged recently.

While waiting, Ryeowook, who was sitting alone asked Donghae to come sit beside him, but was rebuked. Ryeowook then said Shindong would sit next to him since he is good at grilling meat. As if on cue, Shindong appeared, but hearing the reason declined to take the seat.

Their teasing moved on to Kyuhyun who was the last to join.

“You have just finished your duty, right?” the bandmates joked, but the youngest member just nodded murmuring “There you go again.”

“It has not been easy to gather everyone at once ... due to their busy individual schedule,” said Lee Teuk. At the leader’s comment, the veteran idols began catching up on their activities.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148642.

GOT7’s Jinyoung shows around a photo exhibit

Jinyoung of GOT7 took to V Live from the exhibition venue of his photo book titled “Hey Guys.”

(Naver's V Live)

After filming a television drama, the singer-actor wanted to record himself being a 26-year-old.

“I just looked around and turned the V Live on,” he said walking around the dark space to show some pictures up close.

“You can choose photographs (you want to see),” said the idol touching the screen with his fingers to demonstrate scrolling through a collection of pictures.

“You can press the heart (for each picture) when you come here,” he added.

There are many fans here, said Jinyoung flipping the smartphone for a sneak peek. For the fans who live far away from Seoul or in another countries to come see the show, he wanted to share them online, he said, gesturing toward a huge screen that showed the making videos of the CD included in the photo book.

Meanwhile, GOT7 is still in the middle of its international tour and the band has just returned from Thailand the day before. “We have begun preparing for the next album,” he told fans.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149028.

IZ*ONE becomes voice star of online game

IZ*ONE shared behind-the-scenes footage from their voice recording.

(Naver's V Live)

“I played ‘Sudden Attack’ when I was in middle school and I can’t believe I have become a character in the game,” said Kang Hyewon after recording her lines for the online shooting game.

Cho Yuri admired how good the bandmate was, but when she took over the microphone she was ready to demonstrate her voice acting skills.

Honda Hitomi was relieved that she finished her recording without a mistake.

“It was not easy recording everything in Korean. But I have practiced a lot and the director complimented me,” she said. Honda has been working to improve her Korean with the help of Ahn Yujin.

“While waiting for our turn, we were studying together. Yujin studied Japanese and me Korean. I was amazed how good her Japanese is. She is even practicing her kanji,” she said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148939.

Twice hails pending new single

Twice floated a teaser clip featuring Jeongyeon for “Feel Special,” lead track from its same-titled 8th EP.

(Naver's V Live)

This is the second installment following that of Nayeon who transformed into an image of Snow White. Jeongyeon struck a sharp contrast in her short black hair wearing red, gazing at the camera with hypnotic sounds in the background.

The girl group will come out with the EP on Sept. 23, returning five months after its previous hit “Fancy.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148998.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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