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[V Report] BTS plays Pictionary at manga cafe

  • Published : Mar 13, 2019 - 12:26
  • Updated : Mar 13, 2019 - 12:26

Broadcast date: March 12-13
Starring: BTS, Stray Kids, Twice, Jus2

BTS continued missions in their 67th episode of “Run BTS!” on Naver’s V Live.

(Naver's V Live)

Similar to Pictionary, the group was given a word and all members except the designated one were given five seconds each to complete a picture. Jungkook, who said he was the best at drawing, led the relay sketch and Suga, although more concerned about the pink blindfold messing up his hair than the game itself, easily got more than four answers to clear the round.

Happily sipping the drinks they won, the boy band moved on to the next challenge. This time they played mind games with the producers, who had to guess which member did not actually have a manga book behind a screen folder while throwing questions about the graphic novel series and even using a lie detector. BTS showed off their solidarity by distracting the staff, while Suga unveiled his acting chops to earn a snack.

The seven members, however, failed at the next round -- trivia questions about well-known comics -- and so did not win the whole game. In a bonus round of eating instant noodles without making noise they won both food and books. “This is our first time visiting a manga cafe,” J Hope and Jungkook said. All the members agreed that it was a place they could spend a whole day.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/117050.

Stray Kids’ moving day inside their house

In the last episode in the fourth season of “The Ninth District,” an exclusive program on Naver’s V Live, Stray Kids were keyed up as it was time for the nine members to change their rooms, and more importantly beds, at their shared residence.

(Naver's V Live)

Rino and I.N took over the twin room from Chan and Changbin. “After waiting a whole year, I finally get to sleep on the lower level,” I.N said emotionally making the bed. “It was so perfectly set!” grumbled Chan as he disassembled his bed and dragged the mattress along to the other room where he was to share with Woojin and Felix. The trio was happy that they also shared enthusiasm for games and Chan persuaded the other two to move around the furniture to allow them to better indulge in their shared hobby.

It was more hectic in the last room for four members as they had to decide which of the bunk beds each had to use. “This spot is the worst,” disclosed I.N, former occupant of the upper bunk near the window. This only added to the heat as the four boys began a series of rock paper scissors.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/117992.

Twice tries making rice balls

Four members of Twice tried their hands at making rice balls on “Star Road” on Naver’s V Live.

(Naver's V Live)

Each sampled what the others made but seemed to enjoy their own more. Then it was time for mock commercials: Tzuyu gave her own creation a thumb up; Sana attempted a more professional take before bursting into laughter in the middle; Momo continued her pig theme; and Dahyun tried showing two sides of cute and sexy.

Sana was quite pleased with her rice balls and asked the staff if they wanted a bite. “Come on, give it a try. It won’t kill you,” she insisted laughing. One of the staff said it was good but “you have yet to swallow!” pointed Dahyun.

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/117796.

Jus2 shows scenes from practice for new song

Jus2, a two-member unit from GOT7, released a video showing their dance practice for the title “Focus on Me” from their first EP “Focus.”

(Naver's V Live)

Taking a surprising turn from their team’s signature bright and powerful theme, the main vocal and main dancer showed their sophisticated side tinged with sexiness. “It’s a transformation and a challenge even for ourselves,” said Yugyeom and “instead of going all out we rather reined in our movements.”

The duo will tour seven cities with 10 performances from April and also is preparing an album as GOT7. The seven-member boy group also has 14 concerts in the US and Europe planned for this year.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/118018.

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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