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[V Report] Super Junior struggles to memorize Eunhyuk's rap

  • Published : Nov 5, 2020 - 10:58
  • Updated : Nov 5, 2020 - 12:11

Broadcast date: Nov. 4-5
Starring: Super Junior, ONEUS, Lim Youngwoong, Cravity

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Super Junior continued their mission to finish a song as a team, against a series of obstacles, in the new episode of “SJ Returns.”

Sindong was the first to go but he forgot the lyrics of his rap and the members jumped out of their seats when staffers poured water over their heads from behind.

They were given a chance to listen to the whole song before the next try without consulting each other. Sindong apologized in advance that he just cannot remember his part, and as expected, they were showered with more water.

Then they could talk to each other and Eunhyuk, who wrote the words, gave out quick tutorials to each member one by one. Kyuhyun, Leeteuk and Donghae were soon ready but Ryeowook couldn’t stifle his nervous laughter, or more of a high-pitched squeak, repeating his part after Eunhyuk.

Stomping his feet in frustration, Eunhyuk tried to cram the rap into Ryeowook and then Siwon who as the last vocalist had the longest part along with Sindong.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219228.

ONEUS‘s Leedo invites fans over to online singing room

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Leedo of ONEUS entertained fans singing his favorites for over an hour.

With a mic in hand, he told viewers that he even had his hair straightened -- with the help of Xion -- and put on some makeup for the livestream.

“I‘m way too nervous doing this alone ... and I have to sing,” he confided with a shaky sigh, “even my hands are trembling.”

He has come prepared and the first song he wanted to sing for the day was “10 Reasons To Love You” by SG Wannabe’s Lee Seokhoon.

“This is so nerve-wracking,” said the idol clutching his chest. He prepared the singing content as he wanted to show his fans that he not only raps but also has the ambition to sing well, too.

“When I was practicing, I was quite comfortable ... but with all this going on around me, my mouth, chin and hands are all shaking,” he professed with a nervous chuckle.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221705.

Lim Youngwoong comes out as hero

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Lim Youngwoong, star of audition program “Mr. Trot,” released a new single, “Hero.” The singer’s first name in Korean means hero.

The song is a majestic Brit pop-style number and tells everyone to believe in him, or a hero, and overcome the hardship of life together. It was used as a soundtrack for an automobile commercial and fans have been asking for an official release.

The music video shows Lim preparing and recording the digital single and posing for cameras in different scenes. It logged in close to 1 million views in less than 24 hours since it was unveiled. And the song landed at the top of multiple song charts in Korea.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221613.

Cravity reviews 2nd EP promotion

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The bandmates of Cravity satisfied fans’ curiosities by answering the questions they sent in as the band wrapped up promotions for “Ohh Ahh.”

“Lovity sent us so many questions but the box was too small to fit all of them in,” Hyungjoon said holding up a red box. Lovity is the name of their official fandom community.

They began with the first -- what their goals for the promotion for the second EP were. Jungmo and Wonjin both said that coming in the first place at a television music chart program was their dream and thanked their fans for letting it come true.

They also talked how Wonjin and Taeyoung have developed a bond as the mischievous two. It was hard for them to pick one member who contributed the most but Minhee picked Jungmo saying that he kicked off the performances well.

“He always let us begin with a smile and boosted the atmosphere,” he added.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221630.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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