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BTOB to Give Out Hot Packs to Fan Club in Celebration of 1,000 Days Since Debut

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2014.12.15 17:28 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

BTOB has prepared a warm gift for the fans, celebrating 1,000 days since its debut.

On December 15, BTOB will be giving out 1,000 specially designed hot packs to the fans at the Cube café located in Chungdam-dong, Gangnam-gu. The gift has been prepared for the fan club Melody, which has been supporting the group for 1,000 days, and it is a small gift from BTOB before it launches promotions for the winter special album.

The hot packs, which contain the theme of BTOB’s winter seasonal song You Better Not Cry (translated), have ‘You better not cry even if it’s hot. Because this is my heart for Melody, for one thousand days. From your BTOB’ written on them along with a picture of the BTOB members dressed up as Rudolphs.

BTOB to Give Out Hot Packs to Fan Club in Celebration of 1,000 Days Since Debut

Meanwhile, BTOB starred in the reality program The Beat through Naver Starcast on December 15, revealing the story behind making the winter special album jacket. The making videos show the BTOB members running around and playing with the puppy at the set. It increases anticipation for BTOB’s new song You Better Not Cry, following the success of You Can Cry.

The member to release the next cover song on ‘I will be your melody’ is BTOB’s Jung Il Hoon. Covering Beenzino’s If I die tomorrow, Jung Il Hoon newly wrote the lyrics containing his own story for the cover remix. Jung Il Hoon, who will be promoting his first self-composed title song You Better Not Cry, showed his soft charisma as BTOB’s rapper through his cover song on ‘I will be your melody.’

BTOB will be performing You Better Not Cry for the first time through MBC’s Music Core on December 20.

Photo credit: Cube Entertainment

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