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B1A4 Makes Surprise Visit to Set of ′Sing Again, Hera Gu′ to Support Jin Young

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2014.12.29 13:46 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

To support their group leader, Jin Young, the members of B1A4 made a surprise visit to the set of Mnet′s music drama Sing Again, Hera Gu.

On December 24, CNU, Sandeul, Baro and Gongchan dropped in unexpectedly at the CJ E&M studio located in Ilsan. They visited to support Jin Young, who is currently filming for Sing Again, Hera Gu..

B1A4 Makes Surprise Visit to Set of ′Sing Again, Hera Gu′ to Support Jin Young

For the cast and staff who are fighting against the cold, the members personally presented them with hot packs, expressing gratitude. They also sent a message of support to the staff with a delicately decorated cake.

With B1A4′s surprise visit, both the cast and the staff were delighted, while Jin Young was touched by the surprise event by his younger members. Baro, who worked with some of the staff members in a previous project, was seen warmly exchanging hugs.

After visiting the set, the B1A4 members stated, "It was our first time visiting a drama set. It was a really interesting and heart-fluttering experience. Jin Young was really cool as he focused on acting as soon as the ′cut′ sound was made. It was a very special experience and we believe Sing Again, Hera Gu will be a success. Everyone, fighting!"

Sing Again, Hera Gu is a drama about the love and passion that a group of young people have towards music. This group, who have looks, personality and love as a reason for failure, take the challenge by auditioning for Superstar K2 as they connect and become one with music.

The drama is scheduled to broadcast on January 9.

Photo Credit: WM Entertainment

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