TVXQ Praised By America’s ABC News Reporter, Jonathan Bloom

Stewart Ho


Recent tweets from Jonathan Bloom, a reporter for the U.S. broadcasting channel, ABC, are making waves for his praise of TVXQ.

On May 21, Jonathan Bloom was in attendance at the MBC Korean Music Wave in Google concert where the reporter covered the concert.

Sending live updates from his official Twitter, the reporter gave praise to his eye-witness account of TVXQ’s performance as he wrote, “Executing precision dance moves to booming bass, the men of TVXQ make a statement onstage,” and included pictures.

He later tweeted, “Dripping sweat, TVXQ’s two front men say they’ve had a tough travel schedule but they’re so pumped they can’t feel the exhaustion.”




When asked by a fellow Twitter user on which performance was his favorite, he responded, “I have to say TVXQ really blew me away with their energy. And I’m pretty sure I’d say ‘I do’ to any member of Girls Generation!”

The MBC Korean Music Wave in Google was attended by nine popular groups from Korea at the Shorline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California for the Google hosted event.

Photo credit: Jonathan Bloom’s Twitter


Reporter : Stewart Ho (stoo@cj.net)
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