[V Report] BTOB seeks friendly talks with fans in English
Charles Kim, March 8, 2017, 10:21 a.m.
Broadcast date: March 7
Starring: BTOB, Taeyeon, Kim Jae-joong
BTOB released a behind the scenes video of its cover shoot for its 10th EP “Feel’eM” through the group’s official V app channel on Tuesday.
During the break, Sungjae tried his best to speak in English to thank the group’s overseas fans for their love. He also tried to ask them for their respect regarding the group’s privacy.
However, he was laughed at due to his lack of English. Changseob and Eunkwang also tried to help Sungjae, but with no success.
This was not the first time that they have made an attempt to speak in English. Eunkwang confessed that he had given up after trying to communicate with Peniel, the only member in the group who can speak English fluently.
Despite their lack of sleep, the members put their best effort into the shoot.
Meanwhile, BTOB’s new song “Movie” is off a good start in various music charts.
An introduction to Taeyeon’s first studio album “My Voice” was aired through Naver V app on Tuesday.
In the music video of her title song “Fine,” Taeyeon portrays a woman who pretends to be fine after a break up.
She seemed to face some difficulties in acting out certain emotional scenes, but her acting skills were praised by the viewers.
“Unlike previous music videos, all the scenes were taken in Korea this time, giving it a great atmosphere,” she said.
The cover shoot for the music video was difficult as well, she said, since the genres of the songs listed on the album were so diverse.
A behind film for Kim Jae-joong’s encore concert in Saitama, Japan was broadcast via his official V app channel Tuesday.
Kim Jae-joong showed a side of his perfectionist personality during the rehearsal as he asked the staff to go through the routines several times to make sure that he had understood it perfectly.
He even tried to warm himself up for the concert while getting his make-up done.
A large number of fans showed up to cheer him on. The singer was completely drenched in sweat, but showed no signs of fatigue.
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.