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[V Report] Follow your favorite Wanna One stars on V Live

  • Published : Feb 1, 2019 - 18:08
  • Updated : Feb 4, 2019 - 11:27


Broadcast dates: Jan. 1 through Feb. 4
Starring: former Wanna One members

Wanna One has officially disbanded, but its 11 members are still active on V Live, connecting with fans via their newly-created personal channel or that of their new agency.

Here’s a recap of former Wanna One members’ recent activities and videos on Naver’s livestreaming platform.

Kang Daniel

Arguably, the biggest star that the now-defunct boy band has produced, Kang created his own V Live channel on Feb. 1 and aired a lunchtime livestream on the same day.

In the very first clip uploaded to the channel, the 22-year-old K-pop singer celebrated the opening of his channel and promised fans he would stream as often as possible, sharing both his public and private life.

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(Naver's V Live)

“I want to share with you a lot of videos, like from various places I get to travel to, and share my daily life like me practicing,” he said in the 28-second video.

Keeping his word, the star popped up on the V app about four hours later, livestreaming from his office.

“My lunch is on the way and I am going to eat it while streaming,” he said, chatting with fans and answering their questions.

Kang’s video rose to the top of V Live’s daily chart.

Watch his Lunar New Year greeting at https://www.vlive.tv/video/111695.

Follow him on V Live at https://channels.vlive.tv/BA8895/home.


Ha Sung-woon

Ha opened his V Live channel on Jan. 30 in what could be a prelude of his solo career.

Before joining Wanna One through the TV audition program “Produce 101,” Ha was a member of boyband Hotshot under Star Crew Entertainment.

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(Naver's V Live)

Ha’s channel has four videos so far, including the first episode of Ha’s own reality show and a casual livestream in which Ha went through hundreds of entries suggesting the official name and colors of his fan club.

The videos can be found here: https://channels.vlive.tv/BAC88D/home.


Lee Dae-hwi

From his Wanna One days, Lee was always good at doing V alone.

Under his new agency BrandNew Music, he continues to connect with fans via V, airing two hourlong broadcasts already, although he does not have his own channel.

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(Naver's V Live)

On the agency’s channel shared by labelmates, the K-pop star aired his first livestream as a solo artist Lee Dae-hwi on Jan. 14.

His second was on Jan. 29, his 18-year birthday, and labelmate and former bandmate Park Woo-jin made a guest appearance.

Watch Lee’s birthday V Live at https://www.vlive.tv/video/111087.


Park Ji-hoon

Park livestreamed from a recording studio on Feb. 1, revealing that he was working a song gifted by his former bandmate Lee Dae-hwi, in his very first V Live broadcast as a solo artist.

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(Naver's V Live)

Lee’s personal channel was created only a day earlier.

Watch Park’s video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/111708?channelCode=BA489D.


Bae Jin-young

On Jan. 21, Bae greeted fans on V Live for the first time as a solo artist using the official channel of his agency C9 Entertainment.

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(Naver's V Live)

Since then, the channel released three more videos of Bae, including a behind-the-scenes video from a photo shoot for Allure magazine.

The latest release is Bae’s Lunar New Year greeting video.

Check it out here: https://www.vlive.tv/video/111544.


Yoon Ji-sung

Former Wanna One leader Yoon Ji-sung created his V Live channel on Feb. 1.

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(Naver's V Live)

“I plan on coming to you with a lot of interesting content. So stay tuned!” he said in the first video uploaded to the channel.

Watch his latest video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/111575.


Park Woo-jin

Park Woo-jin aired his first solo V Live broadcast on the channel of his new agency BrandNew Music on Jan. 16.

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(Naver's V Live)

“This is my first time doing V under BrandNew Music. It is also my first time doing this alone,” he said.

For Park’s video, visit https://www.vlive.tv/video/109058?channelCode=F61123.


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 The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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