[V Report] BTS’ Jungkook’s night of sound

Yerin Kang, May 8, 2017, 10:04 a.m.


Broadcast date: May 6 
Starring: BTS’ Jungkook, Triple H and Kim Jae-joong 

BTS’ Jungkook


BTS’ Jungkook broadcast a night with music in a hotel room in Thailand on Saturday.

The singer sang a mellow ballad, depriving Jimin of sleep.

“Why are you singing in the middle of the night? Let me sleep,” Jimin complained.


Jungkook then took revenge by being louder and bringing him back to his room.

He played “Lie” from the group’s second studio album, dancing along to the tune.

V also came into Jungkook’s room, where the three bandmates ended up dancing to the song.

Jungkook, Jimin and V bickered over who was to blame for the night’s noise. Without finding an answer, the bandmates wished viewers a good night and ended the broadcast. 


Triple H


Triple H shared its feelings about debuting via the Naver V app on Saturday.

“We’re having our debut stage on MBC’s ‘Show! Music Core’ today. You’ll be able to watch the stage through a live broadcast,” HyunA said. “Actually, we already finished recording this morning. I was quite nervous but enjoyed it!” 

Hui added, “I had so much fun showcasing our new song. I hope that fans enjoy watching the performance as well.”

Hui and E’Dawn highlighted choreography of “365 Fresh,” the lead track from their first mini album “199X.” 


Kim Jae-joong


Kim Jae-joong took to the V app Saturday to broadcast the second part of his culinary trip in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

In the previous episode, he received a mission card that said he was to enjoy street food within a budget of $9. The singer’s first choices were two hot dogs and xiaolongbao -- traditional steamed dumplings with soup inside. 

On Saturday’s episode, Kim decided to spend the rest of money on a bowl of snake soup.

“I can’t eat snake, but since it’s good for health, I’m going to give a shot!” the artist said.


Kim tried to stay cool while downing the soup, but soon failed.

“No matter where snakes are, they are all scary! It feels weird having a snake in my soup!”

The artist also talked about some unique foods he has tried -- particularly crocodile pizza in Australia.

He recommended viewers try out boiled silkworm pupa in Korea as a unique treat.

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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