South Korean NCT band filmed clip in Kyiv’s Vernadsky library

Source : 112 Ukraine

Filming of the k-pop music video was carried out in strict secrecy
17:21, 26 February 2018

NTC band

The popular South Korean boy-band NCT has filmed the clip for its new song “Boss” in Kyiv. The building and interiors of the National Library of Ukraine named after Vernadsky can be seen in the music video.

According to the Evening Kyiv agency, the arrival of the Korean group in the Ukrainian capital was a strict secret. As K-pop in which the band works, is now extremely popular, producers feared that fans can disrupt the shootings.

As it was reported earlier, recently Kyiv has become quite popular among world artists as a location for filming. The Ukrainian capital was filmed as a location in videos for Hurts, Foals, Nothing but Thieves, singers George Smith, Kalum Scott, Orelsan and many others.

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Korean k-pop bands were performing at the Closing Ceremony of Winter Olympics 2018. Closing Ceremony was a big party for athletes, participants, volunteers, judges, and fans.

2018 Winter Olympics has officially ended with the closing ceremonies on February 25. The ceremony told the story of "The Next Wave," emphasizing the "human spirit of perseverance." 

The closing ceremony was to showcase South Korea's modernity, in contrast to the Feb. 9 opening ceremony, which emphasized Korean tradition and culture as well as peace. The Ceremony message centered on peace, with five children from rural Gangwon province leading the fairytale adventure, and will include animals, nature and a cast of 2,000. Augmented Reality and 5G technology were incorporated but the primary focus was on the people.

The program combined music, dance, and art and will be "somewhat interactive, allowing spectators to both get involved and stay warm".

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