Upcoming 10-member South Korean girl group Good Day recently revealed a trailer for their first album 'All Day Good Day.' The members have now talked about how Wanna One's Bae Jin-young, who will appear in their debut music video, is an inspiration to them.
As noted by website Soompi, girl group Good Day sat down for an interview where they talked about working with Wanna One's Bae Jin-young for their track "Rolly." Both Jin-young and Good Day are under record label C9 Entertainment at the moment.
Good Day member Genie spoke about Jin-young on behalf of her group members and revealed, "We used to always spend long days practicing in the studio with Jin-young, so seeing him succeed continuously since 'Produce 101 Season 2' feels awkward but cool. I think we'll be glad to see him outside the studio now."
Genie then added how the girl group members got inspired to strive harder by seeing Bae jin-young perform. "We feel competitive spirit when we see how well Bae Jin-young is doing on large stages by himself. We also feel that we shouldn't lose. We hope to work hard together and succeed," she said.
Allkpop notes that on August 23, an exclusive report revealed that Wanna One member Bae Jin-young will make an appearance in his label hoobae girl group's debut music video. Watch the MV teaser for "Rolly" below.
Regarding their debut, Good Day member Heejin said, "This is the start for Good Day, so please watch out for our diverse colors. We will try our best to meet your expectations." Good Day's first album 'All Day Good Day' will be released on August 30 at 6 p.m. KST, along with their debut music video for "Rolly."
As for Wanna One, the boy group again secured first place with their track "Energetic," on SBS's music programme 'Inkigayo,' notes Soompi. Yoo Jong-shin's "Like It" came second while EXO's "Ko Ko Bop" secured third place. Watch Wanna One's performance on 'Inkigayo' below.
'Wanna One' members also tried their hand at acting, on SNL Korea. Performing comedic sketches, the band members, particularly Ong Sung-woo and Park Ji-hoon were praised by SNL Korea PD. He said, "Ong Sung-woo and Park Ji-hoon showcased great acting skills. Although it is a parody, you won't be able to believe that they're just rookies. Their expressive and immersive acting surprised many on set."