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PRISTIN say they will continue to compose their own songs on 'Lee Kuk Ju's Young Street'

By KpopJoA   Wednesday, May 3, 2017   12,875   1,305   0



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PRISTIN showed off their unique and lovely charms on the May 3 broadcast of SBS Power FM 'Lee Kuk Ju's Young Street.'

Members Kulkyung, Nayoung, Roa, Yuha, and Eunwoo made a guest appearance on the show representing their group.

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Kulkyung demonstrated the key point dance for their title song "WEE WOO," sweeping the hearts of fans.  Following up with Lee Kuk Ju complimenting Chinese member Kulkyung on her exceptional Korean language skills.  "They say that Kulkyung is better in Korean than in Chinese...She swiftly read all the comments in Korean."

Onto the question regarding, writing and composing their own songs, Eunwoo commented, "We will continue to write and compose our own songs."

The girls closed by saying, "It was our first time greeting fans on a radio show.  We had so much fun.  Please continue to love and support us," giving a shoutout to fans.

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gigi9 Thursday, May 4, 2017

Uh oh

_Yeri Thursday, May 4, 2017


Winston Thursday, May 4, 2017

its nice to see a girl group writing their own TITLE track, which is certainly rare in Kpop. However like what someone said before composing songs and composing well liked/popular songs is 2 things, there are many many newly composed songs that never made it to the Top 100 on the charts and some barely made it to Top 50. Hope their songs are well be popular.

balladlover Wednesday, May 3, 2017

It's cool they're composing their songs, but remember what someone said not too long ago. Nowadays anyone can write their own songs, but writing good songs is a whole different thing. It's like the generic cute youth concept that the society loves a lot, so i guess it's a good thing, but a lot of groups can add to that whether the songs are composed by hand or given. Even if they do write their songs, it will take a lot more than that to stand out in such a large crowd if a lot of ggs debut with this concept, just saying.

Haru_ki Wednesday, May 3, 2017

People can be really harsh, what so bad about composing? they're learning and the album  is nice, i really like Wee woo even though i hate cutesy songs. To me if a singer writes their own stuff or is involved, the song has another meaning and gives them a lot of credit.

insummer Wednesday, May 3, 2017

I remember listening to Seventeen's very first album (I know nothing about the group and wasn't fan of anyone at that time) and was very impressed, so I was a bit surprised at how the company approved Wee Woo as a title track. I hope Pledis won't force this self composing image like how SM put idols on acting projects regardless of their ability. It will be really hard to recover the reputation if the product couldn't meet the expectation.

hyukki Wednesday, May 3, 2017

i like their desire to write and compose their own music. I had no idea they had the talent.All they have to do now is to rid of that Chinese

k_kid hyukki Wednesday, May 3, 2017

I'm Korean and I say that Kulkyung can stay.

hyukki k_kid Wednesday, May 3, 2017

That is because you are a dumb Korean.

k_kid hyukki Thursday, May 4, 2017

You're just a dumb person in general.

Roddy Wednesday, May 3, 2017

i'm actually quite surprise Pledis allowed them to compose their whole album, usually other companies let you after you become more successful. but tbh, Wee Woo was kinda messy, the composition was kinda everywhere

Winston Roddy Thursday, May 4, 2017

I think Pledis want them to compose their own song, to be special from other groups, if you also use a composed song, then what sets PRISTIN apart from other big groups like WJSN, TWICE, and gugudan etc, all of which are like 9 members, 13 members etc also. the industry is flooded with girl groups of large numbers recently. However if they say they compose their own title track, it instantly sets them apart from the rest and i dun think many girl groups do their own title tracks, some girl groups do have self composed songs but its not the title track. To be honest i didnt think Wee Woo was a nice song, but since its composed by them, i will lower my standard and say its average. so maybe its a selling point for the group, being a self-composing girl group.

caitlinnolly Wednesday, May 3, 2017

people shit on them but it's all about getting the experience, practice makes perfect and it's not as though they're dreadful. they're putting in the effort and people should respect that - they have a lot more involvement in their music than most idols, and pledis obviously has belief in them (which says a lot in itself)

_CLeO Wednesday, May 3, 2017


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