B.A.P Premieres Survival Program "Killing Camp"
By Staff Writer | October 11, 2012 04:06 PM EDT
Idol group B.A.P gaining popularity on German music site with "No Mercy" attracted fan's hearts through a reality program.
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During the first episode members believing to be on vacation instead runs through various missions. The members of B.A.P showed their sense and quickness that they built from SBS MTV's "Ta-Dah, It's B.A.P."
Leader Yong Guk especially showed honesty and quick side while other members were faking out and catching up with each other. He calmly went around the mart dragging the cart. Also, he lead viewers to wonder if he was afraid of camera when he said "Don't come close because the cameras are will follow him around" when other members came closer to him.
Fans and viewers of the show responded saying "It's so fun!," "Dae Hyun has a good sense of trick," and "So charming."
The second part of the show that will air next week features the members fighting with each other in a wetland to discover who will be the last to survive.
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