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[V Report] BTS drops ‘Dynamite’ MV choreography version

  • Published : Sept 27, 2020 - 19:32
  • Updated : Sept 27, 2020 - 19:32

Broadcast date Sept. 26-27
Starring: Stray Kids, BTS, Blackpink, The Boyz

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BTS shared the choreography version of “Dynamite” official music video on Friday.

The video shows the seven boys gathered in the basketball court. While the original version of the MV kicked off with Jungkook inside a house, showing him from various angles, the choreography edition had the camera focused on him showing his dance moves from the front.

For his part, RM, along with V and J-hope, jumps on to the court, joined soon by the rest of the members, and the seven boys dance together from then on. All members are in the exact outfits they had sported in the official MV.

The second half of the choreography version MV overlapped in some parts with the original edition, showing the members performing in front of the disco club.

The last part jumps straight into the club, with the seven-member act dancing under the stage. Unlike the original version, which ends on the open field of grass, the choreography MV ends with boy band dancing on the stage.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/214998


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Stray Kids’ Hyunjin talks about being nominated to No. 1 on Music Bank

Hyunjin on Saturday turned on the V-live to connect with his fans as he was moving to somewhere in his car, assumably driven by his manager.

During the session, he said he was surprised Stray Kids had been nominated to the first place on the local TV Music Bank yesterday with “Back Door,” vying for the top prize with BTS. BTS beat Stray Kids and took the final prize with “Dynamite.”

The experience was more special for him as BTS was one of the artists he personally revered, Hyunjin said, adding “It was my biggest joy.”

The band member continued chatting with this fans, reading out their comments and answering to their questions.
When asked which hair color he wants to try in the future, the idol, now of a shoulder-length blonde hair, said he wants to try either a blue or black color, especially a long black hair, next time.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/215050


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Chanhee of The Boyz connects with fans amid busy schedule

Chanhee of The Boyz went live just before moving to his fan meetup on Saturday. The member, in full makeover and bleached-blue hair, said he had just finished shooting for TV program “Show! Music Core.”

He read out comments left by fans real time on the chat, talking about his clothes, hair style, accessories and perfume.

While fans asked about the group’s next comeback, Chanhee said, “even if I wanted to share something, I can’t, because I don’t know anything.”

Chanhee says that he and the Boyz are really busy these days and that they have another schedule coming up following the fan meetup that day. He said that he is extremely sleepy right now but he was able to get a short nap while waiting at “Show! Music Core.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/215061


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Blackpink drops Rose’s ‘The Album’ concept teaser video

Blackpink on Sunday dropped it member Rose’s album concept teaser video for the upcoming “The Album.”

The 33-second video starts by showing Rose from the back in what seems like a dark and empty parking lot. Blinking light shines on Rose, dressed up in black frilled vest and oversized checkered shirt, wearing heavy smoky make-up and silver bangles around her neck.

A video showing Rose in shirt and skirt with thick fur coat wrapped loosely around her and walking along an empty road crosses in and out fast, with another turn of the screen showing unidentifiable smoke gushing out from somewhere.

The sound of blowing wind and faint buzzing sound continues throughout, until around 24 seconds through the video when the camera goes close up on Rose’s face.

The four-member act is set to release their first full album “The Album” on Oct. 2.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/215102


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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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