GFriend 2018 News: Eunha, Sowon, Yerin, Yuju, SinB, Umji Drop Details About Filming 'Time For The Moon Night' MV, Show Off Amazing Dance Moves
The return of GFriend may be a welcome event for fans, but the members of the girl group had evidently worked hard to make sure their comeback is a major success. Eunha, Sowon, Yerin, Yuju, SinB, and Umji have just admitted they faced a few difficulties while filming the highly anticipated music video for their single "Time for the Moon Night" from their new album of the same name.
Working on the music video is not the only thing GFriend needed to perfect for their comeback. The girl group has also released a dance practice video to show off their amazing synchronization for "Time for the Moon Night." Not surprisingly, fans were awed by all the hard work the idols have put into the new single.
GFriend recently presented a showcase to promote their new album and the title track. According to Soompi, the idols shared interesting details about what happened while they were filming the music video for "Time for the Moon Night." Sowon admitted that she had a hard time with the scene where she was supposed to kiss Yerin's head because her fellow idol kept laughing. Yerin explained that she thought the situation was funny because she could feel Sowon's breath.
Yuju also confessed that she actually got lost while filming the "Time for the Moon Night" music video. The GFriend member revealed that the scene where she is walking up a hill with a flower vase led to her losing her way but is glad that it was still part of the MV.
Filming the new music video may not have been easy, but that doesn't mean that GFriend does not have time to relax. The girl group's official Instagram account has just posted a few photos of SinB taking a break in between their dance practice for the "Time for the Moon Night" music video.
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All their hard work has certainly paid off. Fans were wowed when GFriend released the dance practice video for their single "Time for the Moon Night." The video itself has already earned more than 300,000 views overnight. Check out the girls' amazing dance moves in the video below.