'One World: Together At Home': SuperM perform unreleased track for fans and teach how to have fun in lockdown
Each member showed how they were handling the lockdown, despite being in South Korea 'where isolation is not mandatory'
K-Pop supergroup SuperM performed a socially distanced version of their unreleased track called 'With You' as part of tonight's 'One World' special, and fans are over the moon.
SuperM is a group made up of members Taemin (from Shinee), Baekhyun and Kai (from Exo), Taeyong and Mark (from NCT 127) and Ten and Lucas (from WayV).
Despite having of members from some of K-pop''s top-selling acts, not everyone may know the group internationally. So some fans took a moment to educate us all.
"Thank you for some of you who give the attention to K-pop group on Gaga's Live," tweeted one fan, adding "The K-op group who sang on #TogetherAtHome online concert is @superm, and the song title is 'With You'. This song hasn't been officially released yet. Please looking forward for it #SuperM."
Other fans couldn't help but be proud of SuperM for being the only K-Pop act in the show. "Superm being the only kpop group in Lady Gaga's #TogetherAtHome I just think Superm world domination," said one fan.
Another shared. "Superm joined the charity event #TogetherAtHome to give appreciation and help to our present heroes — frontliners, who are currently fighting COVID-19. they are the only K-ppop group to perform and to show that music is music regardless of the language barrier. I stan the right group."
Others praised the group for setting an example for viewers, tweeting "SUPERM BEING A KPOP GROUP IN KOREA WHERE ISOLATION IS NOR MANDATORY. THEY STILL RESPECTED AND GAVE THE EXAMPLE."
During their performance, the members of SuperM also gave fans some ideas on how to stay entertained while quarantined. One user tweeted, "So, when we stay #TogetherAtHome with @superm, we can do these activities: Work out with Lucas / Make art with Ten & Taeyong / Color mandalas with Mark / Build legos with Kai / Cook with Taemin / Chill w/ an ipad with Baekhyun (& get vocal lessons if we're lucky) #SuperMTogetherAtHome."
Many fans hilariously thought Mark was doing his homework, but one fan cleared up that confusion by tweeting, "He's coloring some mandalas." Sadly, as with any other time a major K-Pop act performs, fan wars threatened to ruin the experience for many.
One angry fan tweeted, "I caught superms live performance, it annoys me though how (also kpop stans) comment asking for another group or commenting in the chat, I caught someone say coronavirus when superm first come on, this is supposed to be a event for people who are struggling #TogetherAtHome."
Some fans also, sadly, missed the event. In response to a question from the Seoul Global Citizen account asking "Who's still jopping right now anyways? #TogetherAtHome," one unlucky fan said, "I could not jop."
Other fans had some pressing questions they wanted answers to, tweeting "WHAT EVEN HAPPENED TO THE SUPERM TV SHOW THEY DROPPED LIKE 1 EPISODE AND LEFT." Perhaps we'll get some episodes with a new at-home format? We can only hope.