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[V Report Plus] Momo learns to play Korean ‘se se se’

restmb_jhidxmake.php?idx=5&simg=20180419(Naver V app)

Girl group Twice enjoyed their time back in school in the latest episode of Twice TV released via Naver’s V app Wednesday.

The episode showed some behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the music video for the group’s latest track “What is Love?” which parodies popular scenes from romance films.

In the video, the Twice bandmates filmed a scene which parodied a scene from the 2001 film “The Princess Diaries” where the heroine Mia, played by Anne Hathaway, returned to school after getting a drastic makeover to become the princess of Genovia.

During the break, Jihyo taught her Japanese bandmate Momo how play the “se se se” clapping game. Momo was confused by the quick hand movements at first, but got the moves soon after.

Watching them play the game, Sana said, “It would have been fun if they went to same school. Don’t you think so?”

Another Japanese bandmate Mina is a professional when it comes to the clapping game and played a more complicated version than Jihyo.

http://www.vlive.tv/video/67315

CR: KPOPHERALD

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18 hours ago, sacheol-21stC said:

[V Report Plus] Momo learns to play Korean ‘se se se’

restmb_jhidxmake.php?idx=5&simg=20180419(Naver V app)

Girl group Twice enjoyed their time back in school in the latest episode of Twice TV released via Naver’s V app Wednesday.

The episode showed some behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of the music video for the group’s latest track “What is Love?” which parodies popular scenes from romance films.

In the video, the Twice bandmates filmed a scene which parodied a scene from the 2001 film “The Princess Diaries” where the heroine Mia, played by Anne Hathaway, returned to school after getting a drastic makeover to become the princess of Genovia.

During the break, Jihyo taught her Japanese bandmate Momo how play the “se se se” clapping game. Momo was confused by the quick hand movements at first, but got the moves soon after.

Watching them play the game, Sana said, “It would have been fun if they went to same school. Don’t you think so?”

Another Japanese bandmate Mina is a professional when it comes to the clapping game and played a more complicated version than Jihyo.

http://www.vlive.tv/video/67315

CR: KPOPHERALD

LOL when OWOW aka Momo play that game wwww

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haha i think japan also got a similar game , i rmb sana playing it before on Happy Together:ny-hmm:

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