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[V Report] Twice makes comeback with “Signal”

  • Published : May 16, 2017 - 12:30
  • Updated : May 16, 2017 - 12:30

Broadcast date: May 15
Starring: Twice, Lee Jae-jin of FT Island, Rooftop Moonlight



Twice’s comeback showcase was broadcast live on Naver’s V app on Monday, as the girl group introduced its new song “Signal.”

Starting the show with their debut title song ‘Ohh-Ahh” and “Cheer Up” from the second EP, the nine-member group introduced themselves one by one.

For their fourth album -- dubbed “Signal” -- Dahyun explained that it is their very first piece their producer Park Jin-young made for them.

“It is the first song our ‘teacher’ made. That is why our comeback date is also Teacher’s Day (May 15),” Dahyun added.

The members also divulged some behind-the-scene stories.

“Chaeyoung and I took part in writing the lyrics for the song ‘Eye Eye Eyes’ in the new album,” said Jihyo. “We tried to express the mind of a girl who fell in love in the most loving way.”

Jungyeon surprised the members with her story about the groups Thailand concert.

“I was in an emergency. I needed to go to the toilet, so I left the stage during the concert performance,” she said.

Mina told the fans about their experience of eating Chili Crab at the hotel during a lightning storm in Singapore.

The girl group also vowed to wear the costumes from the debut stage if they win first place in music programs with their new song “Signal.”

Lee Jae-jin of FT Island


Lee Jae-jin, the FT Island member who is currently starring in the SBS drama “Sister is alive,” gave Naver V app viewers a peak behind-the-scenes of his new drama on Monday

Lee appeared on the live broadcast with his co-star, Arin, who he had only positive things to say about.

“Today I will introduce our joyful house. This is Arin, and I think she is the most shining and charming person here,” he said.

The two visited other cast members, including Lee Ji-hoon who complimented Jae-jin on his good reputation among the senior actors and actresses.

“He is a great guy. Women should also know that,” he said.

Rooftop Moonlight


Indie pop group Rooftop Moonlight ran a radio broadcast on Naver’s V app Monday, in which they told the story of a woman who parted with her boyfriend a year ago.

One of the members, Park Se-jin who read the story of the woman showed sympathy.

“I thought the story was mine,” Park said, making everyone laugh. Kim Yoon-ju, the band’s other member asked Park back about her experience.

Park read on the story and realized it was different from her experience. The woman’s story was about how to deal with the expensive presents left after she broke up with her boyfriend.

“Now, that is not my story,” she said.

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 www.vlive.tv.

By Jo He-rim (herim@heraldcorp.com)

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