Reality show “In the Soop: Friendcation”, which stars BTS V and his best friends, has been extremely popular around the world.
On August 9th, the trailer for the last episode of “In the Soop: Friendcation”, where V and his best friends Park Seo Joon, Choi Woo Shik, Park Hyung Sik, and Peakboy appeared together, was released on the official YouTube channel and SNS account of “In the Soop”.
The video has since been drawing attention as it contains the production and recording process for the title song “Polaroid”, which contains unforgettable memories of the five friends.
First of all, Peakboy took the lead in the overall work of the song, saying: “To reflect on the time we spent together on our friendship trip, we all gathered together to work on a lyrical and beautiful song.”
Then, Park Seo Joon, who recorded his own part and shared opinions with Peakboy, appeared. On the other hand, Choi Woo Shik sang shyly and kept asking his friends for opinions, while Park Hyung Sik encouraged him.
Then, the soft, low-tone, and beautiful voice of BTS V started to captivate ears with a romantic unique sensibility, creating exclamations.
Following the sweet silky voice of V, Park Hyung Sik also boasted his beautiful voice, singing charmingly and in tune with the male idol.
While recording the group chorus, everyone laughed and chatted comfortably, showing a close friendship where no one puts on any front.
Everyone laughed at Choi Woo Shik, who continuously makes NGs, saying jokingly: “Why are you embarrassed?”, “Let’s finish it at once”, and “Oh, the food is here.”
With this trailer, fans hold high anticipation for the final episode of “In the Soop: Friendcation”, which promises to show the 5 friends’ travel stories in the form of lyrical and beautiful music, as they reflect on the time spent together.
On July 22nd, “In the Soop: Friendcation” started broadcasting in 6 Asian countries through the streaming platform Disney+, and has since taken first place in “Top 10 TV Shows” in Korea and Japan, as well as “Top Ranked TV Shows” in Korea for 15 consecutive days and in Japan for 17 days in a row.
The show is also ranked among Top 3 TV programs in various Asian nations, including Indonesia and Singapore, proving its intense popularity.