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[V Report] Monsta X’s Hyungwon checks in from Atlanta

  • Published : Aug 1, 2019 - 11:45
  • Updated : Aug 1, 2019 - 11:48

Broadcast date: July 31-Aug. 1
Starring: Monsta X, Stray Kids, NU’EST, ITZY

Hyungwon of Monsta X took to V Live after the band’s concert in Atlanta.

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“The last time I talked to you alone was in Paris, and it’s been a while,” he said, reporting that the show went well and there were three cities remaining in the tour.

The singer suggested fans leave questions so he could keep them up to speed, as the band has been on the road for some time.

Hyungwon began by unwrapping his dinner, showing viewers what he would have later. He opened food containers one by one, with comments such as buchimgae, or pan fried vegetable pancake, “one of my favorites” and “Juheon’s favorite” dumplings.

“I have a lot of yummy food, except for the broccoli, so there is no need to worry,” he said, admitting that he is a picky eater and does not prefer greens.

When fans commented that it was a big meal, the performer smiled and said that if he did not eat much, he would not be able to keep up as a member of the band.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/142409.

Stray Kids’ Woojin tries solo live segment

Woojin of Stray Kids livestreamed on his own for the first time, saying hi from his hotel room in Paris.

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“Everyone else is preparing for the fan signing session that will begin shortly,” said the singer.

“I actually wanted to ask you something. I am thinking about what I should do if I want to come up with my own regular show, like I.N’s ‘Private Life of the Youngest’ or Bang Chan’s ‘Chan’s Room,’ and wanted to seek your advice,” he said.

Fans suggested that he share recording sessions in real time, and the main vocalist of the boy band confided that it takes him quite long to finish recording, so this would not be suitable for livestreaming.

“I tend to need more time, as I am always trying to make it as perfect as possible,” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/142532.

NU’EST leader shows off cooking skills

Aron of NU’EST tried his hand at making a burger for the second episode of his solo segment, inspired by British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.

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“Last time I made a steak and this time I will challenge myself to a burger, which I have done only once before,” he said.

After going through the ingredients, he brought out the patties, half pork and half beef, all minced, marinated and refrigerated.

“I have prepared these in advance and had them chilled. Otherwise they will break apart while cooking,” explained the idol.

He had prepped vegetables for a salad to go with the burger. “I am thinking about adding some chicken tenders on top,” said Aron, bringing in some readymade chicken.

“I didn’t have time, so these I have ordered in. Please understand!” he said.

He moved around the kitchen quite confidently, chopping onions and tomatoes and adding bacon onto the patties before placing them on a pan. He made a sauce and was ready to enjoy the meal in about 40 minutes.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/142184.

ITZY ready to take stage with new song

ITZY was bubbly with excitement for the upcoming premiere of its new song at the 2019 M2 X Genie Music Awards.

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The band told fans it had just came back from a rehearsal for its first appearance onstage for an award ceremony.

“The stage is so big!” they said. Chaeryeong recalled watching from the seats to support Twice last year.

“I think I will be quite nervous on the day,” confessed Yuna.

“It was only cameras today, and I still was a little nervous,” said Yeji while Chaeryeong and Ryujin looked at the band’s leader in disbelief.

“It will also be the first time we perform ‘ICY’ onstage,” said Lia, asking fans to keep expectations high.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/142480.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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