VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

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VIVIZ has revealed the reason why K-pop groups and soloists are promoting for only two weeks on Korean music shows. Curious to know why? Keep reading to find out what the members said.

VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Idols Only Promote On Korean Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

For every debut or comeback, one of the ways K-pop groups and soloists promote their song or album is through music programs. Mnet’s “M Countdown”, SBS’s “Inkigayo”, MBC’s “Show! Music Core” and KBS’s “Music Bank” are just a few of them in South Korea.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

Usually, it only takes two weeks for a K-pop artist to appear and perform on Korean music shows. Many fans might wonder why.

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Luckily, VIVIZ revealed the reason behind this in the latest episode of “Yongjin’s Health Center,” where Lee Yongjin and former “Street Woman Fighter” contestant Gabee act as the main hosts.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

On July 21, episode 8 of “Yongjin’s Health Center” was released, and VIVIZ members – SinB, Eunha, and Umji – appeared as guests.

Lee Yongjin started the discussion by asking, “Who’s greed to release an album right after ‘Queendom’? SinB candidly replied, “It’s corporate greed,” causing everyone to burst into laughter.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

Yongjin then asked the girls to introduce their new album. However, they couldn’t. Why? Because their management company had not yet provided an intro script for the album!

Lee jokingly told them that they would wait 20 minutes and asked the group to go back to their agency to get a script.

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Umji introduced VIVIZ’s new song instead. She said, “It’s a summer track called ‘LOVEADE’. It’s not like a great summer vibe. It’s something like, oh~summer~ vibe.”

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

The trio later showed off the choreography for the chorus of “LOVEADE” and revealed that the main point is the heart shape made by the two fingers in the middle.

After the performance, Lee Yongjin asked the band how long they planned to perform their new track, and VIVIZ replied that it would take them two weeks.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

Yongjin went on to ask why K-pop groups/soloists promote music programs for only two weeks. In response, VIVIZ Eunha revealed, “It’s expensive [of money]. SinB added, “Costume fees are also very expensive. »

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

Lee then asked, “Why can’t you play with only one costume? Why do you need to change it every time?” Eunha and Umji replied that they also wondered why.

After knowing the reason, Yongjin realized that it’s better to be an artist than an idol, since he can wear the same clothes repeatedly. For example, their outfit for “Yongjin Health Center”.

Meanwhile, “Yongjin’s Health Center” releases a new episode every Thursday on YouTube.

VIVIZ Makes First Comeback With New Mini Album “Summer Vibe”

In related news, VIVIZ released their first comeback album, “Summer Vibe,” on July 6. The mini-album features the retro-pop funk dance song “LOVEADE” and five other tracks.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

In “LOVEADE”, the trio compares the love of a couple to a refreshing drink. After its release, the song debuted on the Worldwide iTunes Song Chart at No. 47. The track also made it into the top 10 of iTunes Song charts in various regions, such as Vietnam, Bahrain, Costa Rica , Malaysia, etc.

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VIVIZ Reveals Why K-pop Artists Promote Music Shows For Only Two Weeks

“Summer Vibe” also entered the iTunes World Albums Chart at No. 5. It also landed at No. 1 on the iTunes Albums Chart in different countries, including the Philippines, Costa Rica, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Hong Kong and Malaysia, starting July 8.

Check out VIVIZ’s “LOVEADE” music video here!

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Written by Maria Scott

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