SinB, Umji, And Eunha Are Adorably Respectful Of Their New “Sunbaes” When Creating Their VIVIZ Greeting
GFRIEND‘s SinB, Umji, and Eunha are preparing to re-debut as new girl group VIVIZ. With new groups come many exciting features such as new fandom names, new concepts, and new greetings. When planning out their group greeting, SinB, Umji, and Eunha proved how respectful rookies they intend to be.
During their first VLIVE stream as VIVIZ, the girls were tasked by their company with creating their greeting and hand-sign.
SinB explained that the company had suggested the group could do something involving the “VVZ” in their name, but she quickly noticed an issue with this.
“It’s like ITZY sunbae who does that,” she said when describing why the “Z” shaped hand gesture wouldn’t work.
ITZY has been using the “Z” in their greeting since debut. The group’s greeting consists of their motto, “all in us,” and moving both hands to create the “Z” shape.
The group even joked around that it was lucky they caught the gesture before they did it because “it’s plagiarism,” and they “would have gotten in trouble.”
Twitter users have fallen in love with this live stream moment. Even though the trio had previously debuted almost seven years ago, their respect for their seniors as “rookies” has touched fans’ hearts.
OKE, BUT GFRIEND/VIVIZ EUNHA, SINB AND UMJI
addressing itzy as sunbae???? HAKSGAJHSAJ pic.twitter.com/uOD2r6AXmB
— pelis || 🍄 (@aytiziiway) October 14, 2021
Viviz is the next 4th gen monster rookie wbk 😂 pic.twitter.com/xlqCb9LRTp
— jee (@VivizEnthusiast) October 14, 2021
We wish VIVIZ the best of luck in coming up with their greeting and on their upcoming debut!
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