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[V Report] NCT members make up for their prank Twitter

  • Published : Apr 3, 2019 - 12:59
  • Updated : Apr 3, 2019 - 14:16

Broadcast date: April 2-3
Starring: NCT, GOT7, Stray Kids, Son Dam-bi

NCT’s Mark and Haechan apologized to fans for their posting a fake message on Twitter in the spirit of April Fool’s Day.

(Naver's V Live)

“We are very sorry,” said the two members saying that they were going to go live at 10 p.m. later that day. “Instead we are here now!”

They talked about their pending new album, a first in Japan, set to be released in two weeks. “Haechan asked me what I thought about his part … and it was so endearing,” said Mark welcoming back the younger member who managed to join NCT 127’s last performance in Japan due to an ankle injury.

For the new album “I sing a ballad ‘Long Slow Distance’ and I am so good,” boasted Haechan sending Mark into hysterics.

“I have to admit, though, he really did well,” Mark said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/121514.

GOT7 keeps fans up to speed

All seven members of GOT7 gathered at a studio checking in on each other and their fans via Naver’s V Live.

(Naver's V Live)

They started by commenting on Jinyoung, who is starring as a main character in “He is Psychometric” asking fans if they are following the television drama. Jus2, duo unit of JB and Yugyeom, have shown their support by recording an OST for the show.

The members poked fun at each other and cracked silly jokes especially about Bambam’s seemingly reluctant exposure during his first solo fan meet in Thailand last month.

“It was as if you didn’t want to show yourself but saying ‘here, have a piece of me,’” teased leader JB. “I don’t have such great body but the fans kept on asking,” the Thai native said sheepishly.

Bambam turned the tables on Jus2, asking him what he would do for him to pay back presenting for their upcoming tour. After trying in vain to dodge the question, JB relented and said he and Yugyeom will buy him dinner in every country. The duo will kick off their 10-performance showcase this weekend touring seven cities in Asia.

Watch the video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/121483.

Stray Kids talks about first return performance

Stray Kids gave themselves a pat on the back after their first performance of the title song from their new album “Cle 1: Miroh” on stage.

(Naver's V Live)

“It is quite unusual to be pleased with the first performance but I really was. My body says so,” said Changbin as other members nodded trying to cool down their sweat with small handheld fans.

Back in their car the boy band thanked their fans for showing up at dawn to support them.

“It was all thanks to you we could perform so well,” said Felix.

“You can rap and you can dance. Next time, please add chords,” added Lee Know.

Stray Kids’ shy member Lee Know has been “randomly” chosen as host a their mini fan meeting, at which others fulfilled missions that ranged from winking to blowing kisses to fans.

The camera also followed Stray Kids backstage as they prepped, ate snack, napped and played with each other.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/121512.

Son Dam-bi lends face for historic medal collection

Son Dam-bi appeared at Changgyeonggung in central Seoul earlier today to promote a new series of medals that commemorates Joseon Dynasty’s royal seal.

(Naver's V Live)

The singer has been chosen as the ambassador of Korea Minting, Security Printing & ID Card Operating and was in attendance for the presentation of the third series of medal that was inspired by royal seal Yeongjo bestowed to Jeongjo moved by the grandson’s filial affection for his late father.

The singer-actress in a standout white pantsuit led the unveiling ceremony and signed boxes of the medals for her fans.

Joseon Kingdom’s royal seal, along with accompanying investiture book collection, has been included in the UNESCO’s Memory of the World since 2017.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/121590.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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