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[V Report] Eunkwang waxes his legs

  • Published : Dec 18, 2016 - 09:53
  • Updated : Dec 18, 2016 - 09:53

Broadcast date: Dec. 17
Starring: Eunkwang of BTOB and Shinwoo of B1A4

Eunkwang of BTOB

Eunkwang of K-pop boy group BTOB got his legs waxed Saturday, broadcasting the scene live via Naver’s V app.

Greeting the fans in an excited tone, he could not stop laughing as he showed two packages of waxing strips.

“I’ve prepared something today. Bingo! These are waxing strips. Yes, waxing!” Eunkwang shouted.

He washed his feet humming. Then started putting on the strips on both of his legs.

“Everyone, don’t worry. Waxing does not hurt,” he continued. “I wouldn’t be doing this if it really hurt or was bad for health.”

Revealing that he bought it from an offline market, he said he is just keeping himself tidy. He then counted down from six and pulled the strip off quickly.

“Ouch. Don’t worry guys, it’s not as bad it looks.”

Shinwoo of B1A4

B1A4’s Shinwoo turned up on Naver V app’s live broadcast Saturday as he headed home from work.

Looking a little tired, he said he recorded for MBC’s “Show! Music Core” and went to an autograph event for their latest album, “Good Timing.”

He started by trying different camera filters.

“It’s already past 10 o’clock. I wish all of you who are outside go home soon, it is very cold,” Shinwoo said.

He also thanked the fans who came to visit the boy band for the brief fan meeting.

“We also had a session to give hugs to the fans.”

Moving on to talk about their new album and a photo booklet, he showed some pictures and the CD.

He also explained the songs of the recent album.

“The song, ‘When it Snows,’ was a song (I heard) you guys have been waiting for. It’s all in the new album,” Shinwoo said.

“I think it took us a long time to record all the songs. What I mean by a long time is that some songs that are included are from a couple of years ago.”

Some of the songs only recently made were “Sparkling” and “Good Timing” he added.

Before ending the show, he spun a roulette to choose who would lead Sunday’s V app live show, picking Baro.

Naver’s real-time broadcasting app V allows fans to interact with their favorite K-pop stars through live broadcasts. The app is available for Android and iOS. For more information, visit http://www.vlive.tv.

By Jo He-rim (herim@heraldcorp.com)

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