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[V Report] Seventeen thanks fans in post-concert livestream

  • Published : Apr 28, 2019 - 14:02
  • Updated : Apr 28, 2019 - 14:02

Broadcast dates: April 27-28
Starring: Seventeen, Kim Dong-han, Astro, Eric Nam

(Naver's V Live)
Boy band Seventeen sounded upbeat in a livestream backstage after finishing the final day of its Japanese tour.

The group clapped and exchanged congratulations for having completed the tour, which saw tens of thousands of people coming to see the group live at 12 concerts in five cities in Japan, from Fukuoka to Osaka.

“We are just appreciative of the fact that no one was hurt during the tour. I think we received so much warm energy like ‘Haru,’ the spring, from fans,” the group said.

The band also said, “While doing the Haru tour, we genuinely felt so thankful that we were singers. It’s not easy to go on stage for a month, so I’m happy to do so and meet fans.”

Fans thanked the group in return for its hard work, showering the group in the comments with “I love you,” and “Well done.”
However, the bandmates didn’t seem perfectly satisfied with their latest tour, saying they wanted to do better at their next concert and fan meeting event.

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/126094.

Kim Dong-han cuts casual figure with fans

(Naver's V Live)
Kim Dong-han sported a casual look with a baseball cap and varsity jacket, as he talked to fans on V Live over the weekend.

The singer seemed to be comfortable on the camera, as he struggled to log on from his phone after his password slipped his mind.
He soon realized some of the letters had to be typed in lowercase, allowing him to focus on the livestream.

“Today’s topic is … casual since I haven’t been on V Live for a while,” he said. He showed off his bright silver hair as he took off the cap.

Continuing to read comments, he was asked whether he had watched the new “Avengers” film yet. Kim responded, “Of course,” and said it’s only good manners to watch the franchise within three days.

Halfway through the stream, he played several tunes to break the ice, including a new Jannabi single that he hummed along to.

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/126096.

Well-dressed Astro visits Bangkok

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Dapper and all dressed in white dress shirts, Astro greeted fans in Bangkok, Thailand.

“Why are we here today? In just 24 minutes, we are going to hold a concert,” the group said in excitement.

Despite their imminent stage performance, the bandmates sounded totally relaxed as they discussed their sleep habits.

Asked about the most exciting thing to expect from the concert, the group said moonwalking, while describing that the dance move pushes their limits. The bandmates said that Thailand was currently very hot, so promised to deliver fans something to cool down with.

Before going on the stage, fans shared words of encouragement, leaving comments like “I love you so much,” and “I love you forever.”

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/126088.

Eric Nam streams on way to Uijeongbu

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Singer Eric Nam streamed on the way to perform in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi Province, just north of Seoul.

Despite being in what appeared to be a dark tunnel, he lit up the mood instantly, saying, “Uijeongbu baby, we going baby to Uijeongbu!”

He told viewers to come and hang out in the city as he would perform there. Experimenting with filters and speaking to fans, he added, “I only had one cup of coffee today” and was in need of more.

Continuing the conversation, he shared news that he would be going to London in June.

A fan asked whether he got to sleep early the night before, but he answered, “No, I watched ‘Game of Thrones’ before bed and went to bed late. But I felt like I couldn’t sleep if I didn’t watch it.”

When another fan asked about the new “Avengers” movie, he issued a friendly warning that anyone who spoiled the film would be kicked out.

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/126063.

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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