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[V Report] BTS teases live-streaming of upcoming London concert

  • Published : May 23, 2019 - 15:19
  • Updated : May 23, 2019 - 15:19

Broadcast date: May 22-23
Starring: BTS, Jannabi, ENOi, Cherry Bullet

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K-pop super group BTS teased the upcoming live-stream of the London leg of their world tour in a new trailer released Wednesday.

In the short but powerful clip, the group was seen performing onstage in a stadium with different outfits to a cheering crowd.

Having finished the US and Brazil leg of “BTS World Tour: Love Yourself,” the septet is heading to Europe, kicking off a show at Wembley Stadium in London for two days. Though the tickets for their show are hard to come by, there is great news for fans. V Live will live stream the concert at 7:30 p.m. GMT.

The clip has already been bombarded with comments from excited fans. One fan said, “I cannot wait to see BTS on 1 June” all in capital letters, while another said, “Thank you! I can’t wait to watch it!”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/129556

Jannabi talks to fans from a van

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Band Jannabi took to V Live to chat to fans from a van on the way back to the studio after a busy day.

Sitting in the front seat, vocalist Choi Jung-hoon told fans that they’ve just finished performing at a college festival in Korea University.

“It’s always fun,” Choi said before adding, “We really appreciate those who were there early and waited a long time for us.” Sounding upbeat, the rest of the band clapped.

“We are performing today, tomorrow and even the day after,” they said. The weather was great Wednesday and the band also mentioned how perfect the night was unlike the last time they performed at the same university when it rained.

Some viewers said the band members reminded them of the 2002 FIFA World Cup since some of them were sporting a red top -- the color of South Korea’s official football uniform then.

The band ended the stream after saying, “There are expectations because there is a tomorrow.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/130443

ENOi explains meaning of their name

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Rookie boyband ENOi chatted to The Korea Herald during an interview on Thursday where they told viewers the meaning of their name.

The group is called ENOi and they were asked what it stands for. The group said, “The group name came from a concept that everything can be achieved as long as we do our best.

“So we took one of each alphabet from the phrase ‘we can do it’ -- E, N, O, I.”

The group also explained their debut single “Bloom,” saying, “The song describes us during our trainee days as flowers that haven’t blossomed. We compared the hurt, pain, worries and concerns we experienced to the process of flowers blossoming.” It’s worth noting that leader Laon wrote the lyrics of the track.

Fans seemed to appreciate the group’s effort to speak English from time to time throughout the stream, with one fan writing, “Thank you for speaking in English for international fans.”


Cherry Bullet’s AR-themed press conference

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Cherry Bullet recently released their second EP “Love Adventure” and their press conference took a rather interesting theme -- artificial intelligence games.

Keeping in line with the concept, the 10-piece girl group opened the event with a cute performance with the help of impressive stage graphics in popping colors.

The group appeared onstage to a cheering crowd who made sure to show excitement at every turn as each member introduced themselves.

It’s been just five months since their debut single was released but the group didn’t feel the time was long.
Mirae said, “I don’t think it felt like a long time to us. We’ve been on the radio and appearing on variety shows and we’ve been working on our new album, so time flew.”

Kokoro, who is from Japan, also shared what she’s been up to since her debut. “I appeared on Idol Room with Linlin. And senior idols taught us what variety shows are like and it was a fun and good experience.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/128969

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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