Nuest W, Where You At Fan Chant

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(WHERE ARE YOU RIGHT NOW?) (0.07) NU. EST. (0.07) NU. TEU, DEO, TEU, DEO BEUL. YO, WHERE ARE YOU RIGHT NOW? nega eopsneun saie geuriwojin maeumeun parahge tto meongdeulgo(Kim Jonghyun!) eopsneun saie geuriwojin maeumeun parahge tto meongdeulgo(Kim Jonghyun!) Anhaseo gochil nan maeumeun apeuji anhaeoryeopsari oneul kkumeseorado neol (YAYAYA) sesang kkeuteseorado neol (YAYAYA) oneul majujabeul su issdamyeon (Choi Minki!) anhaeoryeopsari oneul kkumeseorado neol (YA neoreul chajaseo ttwieobwado nae bang anwonhae wonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongho!)issneunde nae bang anwonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajaseo ttwieobwado nae bang anw WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU BEUL.

YONU.

TEU, DEO.

YONU.

  1. BEUL.
  2. EST.
  3. BEUL.
  4. BEUL.

The kkeuti eopsi jobeun is a teoneol soge gathin nan amugeosdo boijiga anhneun nae mameun jeomjeom muldeun gibun soneul ppeodeo haedo imi keojyeobeorin neon hwansangiraedo nan amugeosdo boijiga anhneun YEH irijeori tto hemaego neol chaja neoreul chajaseo ttwieobwado nae bang anwonhae wonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongho!) nae bang anwonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongh issneunde WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU BEUL.

  • YONU.
  • TEU, DEO.
  • YONU.
  • TEU, DEO.
  • EST.
  • BEUL.
  • EST.

BEUL.

EST.

BEUL.

EST.

BEUL.

EST.

BEUL.

EST.

BEUL.

EST.

BEUL.

TEU, DEO, BEUL.

YOKim Jonghyun, you’re a YOKim Jonghyun!

Kang Dongho, my lord!

Yeong.

Ha.

Yeong.

Ha.

[MV BREAKDOWN] NU’EST W – Where You At — UnitedKpop

(Can you tell me where you are?) Numerical error (0.07): I’m talking about TEU and DEO. BEUL. Oh my my, where have you been hiding all these time?! nega eopsneun saie geuriwojin maeumeun parahge tto meongdeulgo (Kim Jonghyun!) eopsneun saie geuriwojin maeumeun parahge tto meongdeulgo (Kim Jonghyun!) eopsneun saie geuriwojin maeumeun parahge tto meongdeulgo (K nan maeumeun apeuji anhaseo gochil saenggakhaji anhaeoryeopsari oneul kkumeseorado neol (YAYAYA) sesang kkeuteseorado neol (YAYAYA) nan majujabeul su issdamyeon (Choi Minki!) nan gwaenchanha (Yayay bang anwonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongho!)issneundo nae bang anwonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongho!)issneunde deoneoreul chajgo(Kang Dongho!)issneunde deoneorreul chajaseo THE PLACE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHER THE BEUL.

  1. YONU.
  2. TEU, DEO.
  3. I’m not sure where you’re at, but you’re in TEU, DEO.
  4. YONU.
  5. TEU, DEO.
  6. BEUL.

kkeuti eopsi jobeun teoneol soge gathin nan amugeosdo boijiga anhneun nae mameun jeomjeom muldeun gibun soneul ppeodeo japhiji anhneundago haedo imi keojyeobeorin neon hwansangiraedo nan gyesokhaese YEH It is irijeori tto hemaego neoreul chaja ttwieobwado bang anwonhae wonhae wonhaemaeil deoneoreul chajaseo ttwieobwado bang anwonhae wonho wonhomaeil deoneoreul chajgo (Kang Dongho!) it is irijeori issneunde THE PLACE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE WHER THE BEUL.

  1. YONU.
  2. THE BEUL.
  3. TEU, DEO.
  4. I’M NOT SURE WHERE YOU’RE FROM, but I’m quite sure you’re from TEU, DEO, BEUL.
  5. YOU’RE ATNU?
  6. You’re at NU?

You’re at NU? You’re at NU? You’re at NU? You’re at NU? You’re at NU? WHAT ARE YOU DOING ATNU. TEU, DEO, BEUL. WHERE ARE YOU ATNU. EST. YOKim Jonghyun, you’re a YOKim Jonghyun. Aron, you’re a jerk. Kang Dongho, my lord and master. Oh Minki, how I adore you. Yeong. Won. Ha. Ja. Yeong. Won. Ha. Ja.

NU’EST (Music)

NU’EST is a Korean Pop MusicBoy Band (also known as a “urban electro band,” as they like to call themselves) that was formed by Pledis Entertainment in 2012. The members are as follows:

  • Kim Jonghyunnote, Stage NameJR
  • Aaron Kwak, Stage NameAron
  • Kang Dongho, Stage NameBaekho
  • Hwang Minhyun
  • Choi Minki, Stage NameRen
  • Kim Jonghyunnote, Stage NameJR
  • Kim Jonghyunnote

With their first single “Face,” NU’EST quickly established themselves as one of the most promising rookies of the third generation of Korean Pop Music. NU’EST is now signed to RCA Records. The Boy Bands, on the other hand, never achieved the same degree of success as they had during the Dork Age of poorly handled ventures (including their Chinese collaborative subgroup, NU’EST M) and oversaturation in the Boy Bandmarket. Meanwhile, they were also dispatched to Japan to promote the album, causing any momentum they had gained in South Korea to fade out (though they did release an independent film titledTheir Distance).

Since then, Baekho and fellow vocalist Bumzu have created practically all of their Korean songs, with the exception of a few exceptions.

During this period, the Korean audience began to listen to NU’EST songs and recognize the group’s abilities as artists.

“Dejavu” and “Help Me” were both nominated for prizes, which helped to confirm and reinvigorate their popularity.

Tropes related to NU’EST and their music:

  • Animal motif: Each of the members has an animal that serves as their official representative:
  • As a result of his moniker Wartortle and his facial traits, JR is represented by a turtle, while Aron is represented by a dog, as he is well-known for having two dogs of his own. In Baekho’s stage name, which literally translates to “white tiger,” he is portrayed by a tiger. An image of Minhyun is depicted as a fox, whereas Ren is depicted as a rabbit.
  • Surrogate for the audience: The queen in the knight trilogy represents the group’s fans, which is referred to as LOVEs. Exactly what it says on the tin, they’re a standardIdol Singerboy band in the traditional sense. The following are examples of boy band tropes:
  • The Sweet One: JR is the group’s leader (having earned the nickname “Nation’s Leader” in the business), and he is well-known for his generosity and patience with others. He frequently plays up his attractive image, and on an episode of NU’EST Road, he describes his power as “cuteness.” The Bad Boy: Baekho’s image is frequently portrayed as a bad boy due to his huge, muscular physique, which may be intimidating to others, as well as the fact that he has five tattoos on his body. Compared to this, his true nature is more like to that of The Shy One, and his physical appearance is similar to that of the Face of a Thug. In the group, Ren is often referred to as “cute” by his peers since he is the youngest and most impressionable member. During the group’s early years, he was frequently associated with a more feminine image
  • “The Big Brother”: Aron is the eldest member of the group (despite the fact that he doesn’t appear to be so most of the time)
  • Minhyun is a quiet and reserved person
  • He is the shy one.
  • “Goodbye, Goodbye” is a phrase of the “we’re done” sort
  • “Goodbye, Goodbye” is another. “Not Over You,” “Where You At,” and “Help Me” are examples of songs that express “I miss you.”
  • Although Aron grew up in Los Angeles, California, he is not too foreign to Western fans because he is an American and a fluent English speaker. As a result, he can easily relate to and converse with Western fans. He is, however, of Korean descent, which allows him to continue to appeal to his Asian fan base. During the last chorus of “Segno,” following the musical interlude, where each member dances individually, choreography from their previous songs is used. Baekho performs the moves from the song “Hello,” JR performs the actions from the song “Overcome,” Aron performs the movements from the song “Look,” Minhyun performs the movements from the song “Love Paint,” and Ren performs the motions from the song “Action.” The music video for “Sleep Talking” has an episode in which Baekho has a short dream about being hunted by a chainsaw wielding and then wakes up. Fortunately, it turns out to be real: following Baekho’s high note before the final chorus, a scene in “Help Me” depicts a chess board being destroyed, with the pieces flying about, which may also be related to “Chess with Death” given the setting of the song. Baekho takes on the role of the Chessmaster and is seen moving pieces around the chess board in “Bet Bet.” Aron also appears in a non-chess scenario in the same music video, when he is shown playing with a roulette wheel. Conveniently Color-Coded for Your Convenience:
  • JR is represented by the color purple, Aron is represented by the color green, Baekho is represented by the color blue, and Ren is represented by the colour red. By the time Minhyun rejoins the group, he has been allocated the color red, while Ren has been assigned the color yellow in their “L.O.V.Ely” vlogs. Among the Spoonz collaboration’s colors, JR is represented by white, while Aron is represented by blue, Baekho is represented by pink, Minhyun is represented by yellow, and Ren is represented by mint
  • In addition, Baekho is represented by pink and Minhyun is represented by yellow.
  • JR is represented by the color purple, Aron by the color green, Baekho by the color blue, and Ren is represented by the color red. Within two weeks of Minhyun’s return to the group, he is allocated the color red, while Ren is given yellow
  • By the time Minhyun rejoins the group, they had posted a total of ten “L.O.V.Ely” video blogs. Among the Spoonz collaboration’s colors, JR is represented by white, while Aron is represented by blue, Baekho is represented by pink, Minhyun is represented by yellow, and Ren is represented by mint
  • In addition, Baekho is represented by pink and Minhyun is represented by mint.
  • The jasmine is JR’s birth flower, and it represents the sentiment “You’re mine.” Aron’s birth flower is the delphinium, and it represents the sentiment “I will make you happy.” The yellow rose is Baekho’s birth flower, and it represents jealousy
  • Minhyun’s birth flower is the cistus, which represents popularity
  • And Ren’s birth flower is the bryonia, which represents rejection.
  • The name of the band is an abbreviation for “New Establishment Style Tempo.” The initial letters of the track listing for Q spell out the word “LOVE.” The letters “R.L.T.L.” stand for “Real Love, True Love.”
  • They began with a gritty electro sound, but after a short period of time, they began to experiment with a more poppy sound. Eventually, NU’EST would settle on a steady electro-R B and dance-pop sound afterQ is released
  • Yet, A song named “The Girl Next Door” by NU’EST is available on their website. In the song “Sleep Talking,” the lyrics and music video are based on the members fantasizing about their ideal woman. Graceful Ladies Adore Purple: In the music video for the song “Bet Bet,” the queen is shown sipping on a purple beverage. Gratuitous English: They primarily sing in Korean and Japanese, with a few English words tossed in here and there for good measure. The fact that Aron is a native English speaker lends itself to his being naturally adept at handling the English lines. NU’EST M was a partnership subgroup formed with Yuehua Entertainment in order to break into the Chinese market. NU’EST M was a collaboration subgroup formed with Yuehua Entertainment to break into the Chinese market. On the sixth day of this subgroup, Jason was presented as a new member
  • Getting hotter and sexier: As their sound has grown, their image has been increasingly seductive throughout the years. That being said, the picture on the table was lighter and softer in order to blend in with the romantic concept. Idol Singer: NU’EST is marketed to idol lovers and is renowned as a “self-producing idol group,” along with other Pledis Entertainment artists, for their work in the idol industry. Intercourse with You: Baekho’s solo, “Feels,” is incredibly sensuous, however it refrains from discussing sex directly in the lyrics. That, as well as his live performances, which include the notorious Shirtless Scene
  • I Will Find You: I Will Find You: In the plot of the knight trilogy, the knights are on a quest to find their queen after she goes missing. Aron was given the term “all-rounder” because he was able to sing and rap well while the other members were restricted to certain duties
  • Lady and Knight: The knight trilogy, which begins with “Overcome” in 2015 and concludes with “Bet Bet” in 2019, is based on an interwoven tale greatly influenced by The Queen’s Knight. The Group’s Leader: JR is the group’s leader, and the industry has even given him the nickname “Nation’s Leader” in recognition of his outstanding leadership abilities in Produce 101. Likes the company of older women: In the uplifting song “The Girl Next Door,” a friend’s elder sister is described as falling in love with her friend. Long-Haired Pretty Boy (or Girl): The group’s early years, and particularly during the “Overcome” phase, were marked by Ren’s long hair, which gave him a highly feminine appearance. Magical Incantation: The magical spell “Mahaken da Pepeldomoon” is invoked during the chorus of the song “Overcome.” During the courage test in the episode of NU’EST Road, Ren repeats the phrase over and over. When Baekho was younger, he was given the stage name “Kang Baekho” (the Korean dub name for Hanamichi Sakuragi fromSlam Dunk) by After School member Uee, who thought he looked like Hanamichi Sakuragi from Slam Dunk at the time. Never Put Your Faith in a Trailer: The teasers for each member marketing “Love Me” are ominous, especially given the release date of the album, which was close to Halloween. However, the real music video for “Love Me” is upbeat and does not contain any of the frightening images
  • New Sound Album Released: Q is the first mini album to be published following the group’s formal “rebirth,” and it is also the first installment in the Knight Trilogy of albums. ‘Future Bass and House’ was their first foray into the future bass and house genres. There is no pronunciation guide. Is the name “Newest” or “New East” pronounced correctly? Despite the fact that the latter is the preferred pronunciation in Korea, Aron has presented the group as “Newest” on occasion in English. The Nth Doctor (also known as the Ninth Doctor): In the film “Overcome,” the queen is shown as an Asian lady. As a Caucasian small child in “Dejavu,” and as a Caucasian lady in “Universe,” she is portrayed in both films as a Caucasian woman. Birthday Celebration for One Person: He’s shown in the trailer for The Table, saddened as he takes an unappealing quiche from his refrigerator while he waits for his guests to arrive
  • The Plot is Written by Real Life: From 2017 to 2018, Minhyun worked completely with Wanna One, while his activities with NU’EST were put on hold at this time. NU’EST W’s three singles, however, included storyline elements from the knight series, and Minhyun’s absence wasHand Wavedby demonstrating that he had just been separated from the other knights in the music videos for “Universe” and “Bet Bet.” Rearrange the Song in the Following Ways:
  • They began with a gritty electro sound, but after a short period of time, they began to experiment with a more poppy style. The electro-R B and dance-pop sound of NU’EST would ultimately settle into a constant style afterQ is
  • A song named “The Girl Next Door” by NU’EST is available on iTunes. Dream Girl: The lyrics and music video for “Sleep Talking” are based on the members’ fantasies about their ideal woman. Elegant ladies prefer purple: In the music video for “Bet Bet,” the queen can be seen sipping on a purple beverage. They primarily sing in Korean and Japanese, with a few English phrases tossed in for good measure. Because Aron is a native English speaker, he naturally handles the English lines in the film. NU’EST M was a collaborative subgroup formed with Yuehua Entertainment in attempt to get into the Chinese market, however it only lasted a brief time. NU’EST M was a guest-star party member. Jason was brought on board as the sixth member of this subgroup. Hotter and sexier: As their sound has grown, their image has become increasingly sensuous as a result of this. That being said, the picture on the table was lighter and softer to match the romantic mood
  • Idol Singer: NU’EST is marketed to idol lovers and is renowned as a “self-producing idol group,” along with other Pledis Entertainment artists, for their work as idol singers. A Sensuous Intercourse with You: Baekho’s solo, “Feels,” is incredibly sensual, however it does not address sex specifically. Not to mention the fact that his live performances include the now-famous Shirtless Scene from I Will Find You: A Love Story. In the plot of the knight trilogy, the knights are tasked with tracking down their queen when she goes missing. Jack-of-All-Trades: Aron was given the term “all-rounder” because of his ability to sing and rap proficiently, although the other members were assigned to particular tasks. This trilogy, which begins with “Overcome” in 2015 and concludes with “Bet Bet” in 2019, is based on an interconnected tale that is greatly influenced by The Queen’s Knight
  • It is divided into three parts: Because of his outstanding leadership abilities in Produce 101, JR has been dubbed “Nation’s Leader” by the industry and has even been given the moniker “Nation’s Leader.” Older women are among his favorites: Tune about falling in love with an older sister of a friend, “The Girl Next Door,” is an energetic song. Pretty Boy with Long Hair: Ren had his hair long throughout the group’s early years, particularly during the “Overcome” phase, which gave him a feminine appearance. ‘Mahaken da Pepeldomoon’ is invoked in the chorus of the song ‘Overcome,’ which is an incantation of magic. During the courage test in the episode of NU’EST Road, Ren continues to chant it. When Baekho was younger, he was given the stage name “Kang Baekho” (the Korean dub name for Hanamichi Sakuragi fromSlam Dunk) by After School member Uee, who thought he looked a lot like Hanamichi Sakuragi from Slam Dunk. Never Put Your Faith in a Trailer: The teasers for each member advertising “Love Me” are ominous, especially given the release date of the album, which was close to Halloween this year. Nonetheless, the actual music video for “Love Me” is upbeat and devoid of any ominous images
  • However, Album de musique nouvelle: As the first mini album released following the group’s formal “rebirth,” Q serves as the first installment of its knight trilogy. As their first foray into the future bass and house genres, the album was a critical success. There is no pronunciation guide available. How do you pronounce their name? Is it “Newest” or “New East”? However, Aron has referred to the group as “Newest” on occasion in English, despite the fact that the Korean pronunciation prefers the former. “The Nth Doctor” is a fictional character created by British science fiction author Douglas Adams. In the film “Overcome,” the queen is shown as an Asian lady. As a Caucasian small child in “Dejavu,” and as a Caucasian lady in “Universe,” she is shown in both films. Birthday Celebration for a Single Individual: While waiting for his companions, JR is shown in the teaser for The Table, dejectedly pulling out a rotting quiche from the refrigerator, which he then throws away. The Plot is Written by Real Life: : For the years 2017 to 2018, Minhyun worked entirely with Wanna One and had to discontinue his involvement with NU’EST. However, storyline aspects from the knight series were still presented in NU’EST W’s three singles, and Minhyun’s absence wasHand Wavedby demonstrating that he had just been separated from the other knights in the music videos for “Universe” and “Bet Bet.” The Song Should Be Rearranged:
  • A red pill and a blue pill: In the teaser for “Bet Bet,” JR is shown selecting between a red and a blue pill that has been offered to him by the queen. Minhyun is given the opportunity to pick between a red and a blue room in the real music video, which is titled The Stinger. He picks the color blue, which is represented as a strange, ethereal reality, while the song “Fine” is playing in the background while he makes his selection. Several fans have hypothesized that if he had picked the red room, he would have encountered the rest of the members from the “Help Me” music video, which had them dancing in red rooms and finished with someone unlocking the door to their room. Crazy People in a Crazy Room: “Love Forever,” as well as other messages from Minhyun are tattooed on his arm in the music video for “Good Bye Bye.” Minhyun is tattooing “Love Forever” on his arm as the walls of the toilet are graffitied with his thoughts. Shirtless Moment: During his live performance of his solo song, “Feels,” Baekho has a notorious shirtless scene in which his back-up dancers remove his shirt during the pre-chorus at the conclusion of the song. A statement from “The Girl Next Door” refers to Gundams
  • The Smart Guy: “Gundams are a thing.” Aron received a score of 2200 on the SATs, placing him in the top 0.5 percent percentile (just 200 points short from a perfect score). He was admitted into New York University (but he was unable to attend owing to his participation in NU’EST). This component of his personality has been incorporated into his public image, in which he is frequently sold as the “intellectual” and “studious” member of the group. As the group’s “intellectual idol,” he is formally referred to as such, and his design concept for the Spoonz collaboration was “warm library guy.” Spell My Name with a “S”: Aron’s name is really spelt “Aaron,” but hisStage Nameuses the Korean romanization in order for Koreans to understand it more easily. Occasionally, his name is spelt incorrectly, and you may hear the words “Aron” and “Aaron” spelled incorrectly. As of 2019, Pledis Entertainment has decided to write his name in Hangul rather than Roman letters in order to avoid confusion (which, in turn, will improve his idol brand ranking)
  • As of 2019, Pledis Entertainment has decided to write his name in Hangul rather than Roman letters in order to avoid confusion (which, in turn, will improve his idol brand ranking)
  • Standard Snippet: The song “Mary Had a Little Lamb” is played at the beginning of “The Girl Next Door.” Foreign Language Proficiency: Despite the fact that Minhyun did not grow up speaking Japanese, he has mastered the language to the point that he is able to explain and interpret for others when he visits the nation. Ren is the stage name of Choi Minki, whereas “JR” is Kim Jonghyunnote’s stage name, “Baekho” is the stage name of Kang Dongho’s stage name, and “Ren” is Choi Minki’s stage name. It was a four-episode special that was made to promote the group’s first 2019 return and included the group going camping, fishing, and traveling to Japan. Ren was a crossdresser and a model for women’s apparel during the group’s early years, and he was readily mistaken for a woman.
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NU’EST W’s First Concert, ‘Double You’ Successfully Ends with 16,000 Fans!

The NU’EST W group’s performance, titled ‘DOUBLE YOU,’ came to a triumphant conclusion. NU’EST W staged its ‘NU’EST W CONCERTDOUBLE YOUIN SEOUL’ over three days from March 16th to March 18th at the SK Handball stadium in Olympic Park, drawing in 16,000 spectators. NU’EST W is a South Korean electronic music band. Ticket sales for NU’EST W’s event were completely sold out within minutes of its being made available. The show began with the title tune from their mini album, ‘WHERE YOU AT,’ which was performed first.

The final set-list of the performance included up to 25 tracks, which included band sessions, solo live tracks, NU’EST W tunes, and more, as a way of expressing how much they cared about this show.

Ren’s ‘PARADISE’ was a stage that was decked up in bright colors, with a variety of decorations and spectacular costumes.

Not only that, but NU’EST W engaged with fans on a consistent basis during the show.

Also featured in their performance was a variety of dazzling powerhouse-vocal stages like “LOVE PAINT,” “LOOK,” and “Pretty,” as well as adorable, sweet stages like “Pretty,” and “To Be Honest.” BUMZU, a producer and singer-songwriter who also performed as a guest, was warmly greeted by the audience and received positive feedback.

NU’EST W shared the following at the conclusion of the concert: “You have done a fantastic job of filling such a large performing space.

We hope you will all be able to join us in the near future as well.” JR, the group’s leader, made the following observation: “All of you are nothing short of marvels in our eyes.

NU’EST W’s ‘NU’EST W CONCERTDOUBLE YOUIN SEOUL’ was a sold-out event. Copyright MHN CULTURE 2021 MHN CULTURE All intellectual property rights are retained.

NU’EST To Promote As “NU’EST W” Without Minhyun

The concert ‘DOUBLE YOU’ by the group NU’EST W came to a triumphant conclusion. Over three days, from March 16th to March 18th, NU’EST W conducted its ‘NU’EST W CONCERTDOUBLE YOUIN SEOUL’ at the SK Handball arena in Olympic Park, drawing a total of 16,000 spectators. Ticket sales for NU’EST W’s event were completely sold out within minutes of its being made available. The show began with the title tune from their mini album, ‘WHERE YOU AT.’ Fans were immediately enthralled by the group’s use of VCRs that looked like they were recording movies.

  1. Additionally, each of the four members performed all of their individual hits from the most current album, ‘W,HERE.’ Aron performed a musical-style number of ‘GOOD LOVE’ on stage, swaggering some sensuality while JR expressed his affection for his fans through his solo tune ‘WITH’.
  2. Fans were moved to tears when Baekho sang his poignant solo ballad ‘I Was Happy Until Now.’ On top of that, during the concert, NU’EST W engaged in constant conversation with the audience.
  3. In addition to spectacular strong vocal stages like ‘LOVE PAINT’ and ‘LOOK,’ their performance contained adorable, lovely stages like ‘Pretty’ and ‘To Be Honest.’ Fan favorite BUMZU arrived as a guest as well as a producer and singer-songwriter, and he was warmly received by the audience.
  4. NU’EST W posted the following statement at the end of the concert: “It is really appreciated that such a large performing space was filled to capacity.
  5. Please keep in mind that it is you who we want to thank and reward with excellent music and performance.
  6. Thank you very much!
  7. 2021 MHN CULTURE retains ownership of all intellectual property rights.
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NU’EST W

NU’EST W(W) was a four-member sub-unit of Nu’est under PLEDIS Entertainment that performed under the name NU’EST.

Former Members

While waiting forHwang Minhyunto return to the group after he ended promotions withWanna One and after four of the original Nu’est members made debuts onProduce 101 Season 2, JR, Aron, Baekho, and Ren established a sub-unit under the moniker “Nu’est W” under the guidance of producer Aron.

When the single “If You” was released on July 25, 2017, Nu’est W made their debut as a sub-unit. When Nu’est W stated that they will no longer promote as a sub-unit at the end of 2018, it was because Minhyun was due to depart from Wanna One at the conclusion of the calendar year.

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  • While waiting forHwang Minhyunto return to the group after he ended promotions withWanna One, four of the original Nu’est members made debuts onProduce 101 Season 2: JR, Aron, Baekho, and Ren created a sub-unit under the moniker “Nu’est W.” When the song “If You” was released on July 25, 2017, Nu’est W made their debut as a sub-unit as well. Due to Minhyun’s planned departure from Wanna One at the end of the year, Nu’est W stated that they will no longer be marketing as a sub-unit in late 2018.

Discography

Title Release Date Gaon Weekly Album Chart Peak Korean Sales
W, Here October 10, 2017 1 308,108
Who, You June 25, 2018 1 250,810
Wake, N November 26, 2018 1 212,345

Singles

Title Year Gaon Weekly Album Chart Peak Korean Sales Album
“If You” 2017 2 417,127 Non-album single
“Where You At” 2017 1 321,931 W, Here
“Dejavu” 2018 5 N/A Who, You
“I Don’t Care” 2018 N/A Non-album single
“Help Me” 2018 9 N/A Wake, N

OST

Song Year Show
“Let Me Out” 2017 A Korean Odyssey
“And I” 2018 Mr Sunshine

Collaboration

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 Best Entertainer Award Nu’est W Won
2017 Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Artist of the Year Award Nu’est W Won
2018 Best Music Award Nu’est W Won
2018 Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated

Gaon Chart Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Song of the Year – July “If You” Nominated
2018 Album of the Year – 4th Quarter W, Here Nominated
2018 Song of the Year – October “Where You At” Nominated
2018 Hot Performance of the Year Nu’est W Won
2019 Album of the Year – 2nd Quarter Who, You Nominated

Golden Disc Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Disc Bonsang W, Here Won
2018 Disc Daesang W, Here Nominated
2018 Global Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated
2019 Disc Bonsang Who, You Won
2019 Disc Daesang Who, You Nominated
2019 Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated
2019 NetEase Most Popular K-pop Star Nu’est W Nominated

Melon Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Best Male Dance “Dejavu Nominated

Mnet Asian Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2017 Best Male Group Nu’est W Nominated
2017 Artist of the Year Nu’est W Nominated
2017 Discovery of the Year Nu’est W Won
2017 2017 Favorite KPOP Star Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Global Top 10 Fan’s Choice Nu’est W Won
2018 Best Male Group Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Artist of the Year Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Worldwide Icon of the Year Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Best OST Nu’est W Nominated

Seoul Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Daesang Award Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Bonsang Award Nu’est W Won
2018 Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated
2018 Hallyu Special Award Nu’est W Nominated
2019 Daesang Award Nu’est W Nominated
2019 Bonsang Award Nu’est W Won
2019 Popularity Award Nu’est W Nominated
2019 Hallyu Special Award Nu’est W Nominated

Soribada Best K-Music Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Bonsang Award Nu’est W Won
2018 New Hallyu Icon Award Nu’est W Won
2018 Popularity Award (Male) Nu’est W Nominated

V Live Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Global Artist Top 10 Nu’est W Won
2019 Artists Top 10 Nu’est W Won

Asia Model Awards

Year Category Recipient Result
2018 Popular Star Award (Singer) Nu’est W Won
2018 Special Asia Award Nu’est W Won

Gallery

While waiting forHwang Minhyunto return to the group after he ended promotions withWanna One and after four of the original Nu’est members had debuts onProduce 101 Season 2, JR, Aron, Baekho, and Ren created a sub-unit under the moniker “Nu’est W.” When the single “If You” was released on July 25, 2017, Nu’est W made their official debut as a sub-unit. Nu’est W declared in late 2018 that they will no longer be advertising as a sub-unit due to Minhyun’s planned departure from Wanna One at the end of the year.

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The Heart of NU’EST W — The Kraze

As one of the most important K-Pop events in the United States, KCON LA, approaches, fresh artists for the program have been unveiled, ranging from TWICE to Dynamic Duo. We wanted to throw a focus on some of the groups that will be taking the stage at the Staples Center next month in order to get attendees ready for all of the wonderful musicians who will be performing at KCON. This includes NU’EST W, the boy band from Pledis Entertainment that captivated the hearts of people around the world with their passion to music and to one another.

  • When four members of the group, JR, Baekho, Minhyun, and Ren, took part in season two of Produc 101, they surprised both their fellow participants and fans around the world because they were previously known idols who opted to re-enter the ranks of trainees once again.
  • On the GaonandMelOncharts, several of their prior singles made it into the Top 100, where they varied in position until the end of the show’s broadcast.
  • As a result of Minhyun’s promotion work for Wanna One up to the group’s disbandment in December 2018, NU’EST returned to the K-Pop market as the sub-unit NU’EST W.
  • is a sub-unit of NU’EST.
  • Just over a week after the conclusion of season two ofProduce 101, NU’EST W returned with new songs as a way to properly thank their loving, committed following known as Loves for their ongoing support!
  • The members are depicted in misery as they wait for a person they love to return to them in the song’s lyrics, which are claimed to be a reflection of their experience at Produc 101.
  • On October 19, 2017, NU’EST W was awarded their first-ever win on the music programM Countdown, thanks to the success of the tune.
  • Members JR and Baekho collaborated on the song’s writing, with Baekho also contributing to its composition.
  • The members of the band travel through small alleyways, the desert, and corridors in search of the ones they love, and this sense of sorrow is clearly conveyed in the music video for the song.
  • However, while it is NU’EST W’s first-ever foray into a Latin-inspired pop tune, it is the song’s distinctive melody that makes it a genuinely unforgettable track.
  • The song has a natural, smooth, seamless feel as it goes from an explosive, up-tempo first verse to a sudden funky, light chorus with the members’ vocals floating on top, all while maintaining a consistent speed.

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(This page was last updated on May 20, 2021.)

MUSIC SHOW WINS

It all started with a win on M! on October 19, 2017, and now it’s time to countdown to “Where You At” (as NU’EST W). “Bet Bet” was the subject of the first win as a full group on May 8, 2019 on Show Champion. To date (as of May 2, 2021), he has received 21 victories, 17 of which have come as NU’EST and four as NU’EST WMost awarded song: “Love Me” (as of May 2021)

The Show Show Champion M! Countdown Music Bank Music Core Inkigayo Total Wins
Where You At 1 1 2
Dejavu 1 1
Help Me 1 1
Bet Bet 2 1 1 4
Love Me 1 1 1 1 1 5
I’m in Trouble 1 1 1 1 4
Inside Out 1 1 1 1 4

PLEASE NOTE: Due to a strike at MBC, the shows Show Champion and Music Core were not broadcast at the time that NU’EST W was advertising “Where You At.”

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • After the majority of the NU’EST members failed to make it into Wanna One at the conclusion ofProduce 101, their song “Hello” shot to the top of the charts and remained there for many days – earning them a coveted 1st place nomination on SBS Inkigayo in the process. This was considered a significant accomplishment because “Hello” was released in 2013, four years before the publication of Produc 101. The only other group to have such a significant comeback was EXID, although their hit song had only been published a few months before it became successful. When NU’EST W released W,Here, they were the fourth K-pop group to sell more than 200,000 albums in a single week, surpassing the record set by EXID. A platinum certification from Gaon was awarded to NU’EST W’s albumWHO, YOU for selling more than 250,000 copies, surpassing the sales of the previous three groups, BTS, EXO, and Wanna One. During the week ofHappily Ever After (NU’EST’s first release as a full group afterProduce 101), they achieved a Triple Crown on Gaon’s Weekly Chart by taking first place in album sales, digital downloads, and background music
  • Both of the mini albums NU’EST released in 2019 were in the Top 25 of Gaon’s overall albums sales chart for that year. Happily Ever After was number 23, while The Table was number 25.

Miscellaneous

  • Following a nearly 5-and-a-half-year wait, NU’EST received their first music show prize with “Where You At,” marking one of the longest waits in the history of music shows before a group receives their first prize after debuting.

AWARDS

NOTE: I’ve opted to order the honors according to award season rather than by year because awards shows don’t always take place in the same year. So, for example, while certain awards ceremonies, like as the MNET and Melon Music Awards, take place in December, others, such as the Gaon Chart and Golden Disc, take place a month later in January of the following year, they are all honoring the same music. Important honors, such as the bonsang and the daesang, are denoted by italicized text.

2017-2018(As NU’EST W)

Awards Show Awards Won
Asia Artist Awards(AAA) Best Entertainer (shared withMonsta X and Bolbbalgan4)
Gaon Chart Music Awards Hot Performance of the Year
Golden Disc Awards Disk Bonsang(forW,HERE)
MAMA (MNET Asian Music Awards) Discovery of the Year
Seoul Music Awards Bonsang(forW,HERE)

2018-2019(As NU’EST W)

Awards Show Awards Won
Asia Artist Awards(AAA) *Artist of the Year (shared with multiple groups) *Best Music Award (shared with Sunmi and MAMAMOO)
Gaon Chart Music Awards *Hot Performance of the Year
Golden Disc Awards * Disk Bonsang(forWho, You)
MAMA(MNET Asian Music Awards) Worldwide Fans’ Choice Top 10
Seoul Music Awards * Bonsang
Soribada Best K-Music Awards *New Hallyu Icon Award * Bonsang

2019-2020

Awards Show Awards Won
Asia Artist Awards(AAA) *Asia Celebrity *Best Musician
Golden Disk Awards * Disk Bonsang(forHappily Ever After) *Cosmopolitan Artist Award
Seoul Music Awards * Bonsang

*Please keep in mind that awards shows do not necessarily take place in the same calendar year, thus I have opted to order the prizes according to award season instead. In other words, programs like the MNET and Melon Music Awards take place in December, while others like the Gaon Chart and Golden Disc take place a month later in January of the following year, all of which honor the same artists. Important honors, such as the bonsang and the daesang, are denoted by italicization.

NU’EST W Reveal Stories Behind Recent Music, Reflect On Time Together: Watch

NU’EST Wmay have appeared to have reached the climax of their fairytale story — but they still have a bright future ahead of them. NU’EST found themselves in a world of newfound attention after four of the group’s five members competed on the sensationalProduce 101boy-band singing competition in 2017 in what appeared to be a last-ditch attempt to gain fame. The group’s newfound attention continued even after member Hwang Minhyun won a spot in the boy band’s final lineup with their songWanna One.

The NU’EST lads were captured by Billboard in the midst of their promotional efforts for their final song and album of 2018, “Help Me,” from their latest albumWake,n.

Take a look at the video above to see how the men explain the significance behind newly released tunes and new solo cuts, as well as reflect back on some of the music they cherish during their time as NU’EST W.

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View the most recent videos, charts, and news. View the most recent videos, charts, and news. While the members of NU’EST have remained tight-lipped about what the new year will bring for the group, the band’s official YouTube channel released a stirring video titled “Epilogue” (below) that ended with the imagery of four flowers, with a fifth flower joining them at the end — all but confirming Minhyun’s impending return to the group. When the group continues to depict what happened between the end of the fairy tale and the beginning of the following book, there is obviously a renewed vigor among them.

What has been the most memorable moment for NU’EST W during the last 12 months?

Baekho: That’s correct!

Personally, one thing I’ve seen about NU’EST is how much you’ve matured in terms of your commitment to your music.

Is it possible that I accurately detected that evolution?

Having so many people agree that the style is appropriate for us is quite pleasing to us.

What was it like to photograph the record jacket?

Ren: We’re all decked up in glitzy accessories and clothing, as well.

In 2012, NU’EST performed in the very first KCON, which took place in Los Angeles.

Felt that what it was like to have that experience?

Aron: The Staples Center is a large facility, and it was a special experience for me to perform on its stage in my hometown after achieving success as a singer in Korea.

What can we expect from you in the coming year? JR: We intended to concentrate on our promotional efforts ahead of our December event in Seoul… We intend to deliver high-quality music and shows on a consistent basis, so stay tuned! Get weekly roundups delivered directly to your email. Subscribe

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