Taeyeon, Gfriend, and Red Velvet broadcast through Naver's V App

Young Na, Nov. 3, 2016, 10:37 a.m.

Popular girl group icons Taeyeon, Gfriend, and Red Velvet used the Naver's V App to broadcast funny moments about themselves.


Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon took to the V app for a surprise broadcast for her fans Wednesday.

Taeyeon kicked off the broadcast by checking out different filters, but was shocked when she saw how her face had changed.

She explained she wanted to thank her fans for supporting her new single, “11:11,” and for helping her top local charts.

She proceeded to chat with fans and updated them on her recent schedule. She explained she’s been busy with promotions and filming and that she was currently in Hongdae. 


Wednesday’s V pick featured the rest of six-part girl group GFriend doing their best impression of bandmate Umji.

Umji was recently diagnosed with a muscle strain in her left leg, so has been unable to participate in group promotions.

The rest of the group said they decided to talk like Umji because they missed her and wanted to hear her voice. They then decided to call her and laughed when she picked up and they heard how close they were.

Umji revealed she was actually watching the girls’ live broadcast on the V app, which prompted them to quickly apologize. She said it was fine because they looked so cute impersonating her. 

Red Velvet

Five-member girl group Red Velvet shared the first part of their picnic date via the V app Wednesday.

The band went to an herb garden for their picnic and were thrilled because it was their first time going on a short trip as a group.

Although it was raining, they were still cheerful and proceeded to play some games. Each of them took turns making a sentence with each syllable in their names.

The girls then ended part one and urged fans to watch the second part, set to be released soon.

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.

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