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[V Report] Twice is not at the beach -- but a studio

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Updated : July 11 2018

Broadcast date: July 10
Starring: Twice, Gugudan, Kyungri

Twice isn’t actually at the beach, it’s a studio

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(Naver's V app)
The dance video to Twice’s summer song “Dance the Night Away” features the members dancing on a sandy beach ? oh wait, no, it’s not. If you look closely, the starry night background is a giant screen.
Twice released the video on V Live on Tuesday evening.

The tri-national girl group’s summer track is different from its past releases in that it is “definitely not a love song,” says Jungyeon. “It’s a summer song, not a love song,” she explained.

Twice’s second Korean release of 2018 “Summer Night” fronted by “Dance the Night Away” is the group’s first-ever summer-themed album. Singer and producer Wheesung wrote the lyrics to the lead track and the group’s three Japanese members, Sana, Momo and Mina, co-wrote the lyrics to one of the nine tracks, “Shot Thru the Heart.”

Nine Muses’ Kyungri unveils behind-the-scenes clip of music video shoot

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Kyungri released her solo single “Last Night” on July 5 and she has been hitting the stages of major music shows including SBS TV’s “Inkigayo” and MBC TV’s “Show! Music Core.”
“Last Night” is her first solo song.

The behind-the-scenes footage at her music video shoot has been released Tuesday, where she discussed working by herself for the first time.

“This is obviously my first time working by myself, which makes me a bit nervous and I don’t know if I’m doing things right,” she said. “Nine Muses members said they would visit me on set.”

Gugudan trio releases official “Semina” music video

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Semina -- Sejeong, Mina and Nayoung of Gugudan -- made a bold summer return with an eponymous single.

The Gugudan trio are considered most well-known among the nine members of the group, all three of whom received a lot of public spotlight for competing in Mnet’s reality audition show “Produce 101.”

“It’s good that the ‘Produce 101’ members are working together again,” said Semina Monday. “I know some fans have been missing our ‘Produce 101’ days, and I’m glad we have the chance to show them how much we’ve grown this summer,” said Sejeong.

Gugudan debuted in June 2016 under Jellyfish Entertainment with the EP “Act. 1 The Little Mermaid” fronted by “Wonderland.”

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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Apple App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1019447011?mt=8

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