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[V Report] Stray Kids’ 19-year-olds share memories

  • Published : Sept 5, 2019 - 12:38
  • Updated : Sept 5, 2019 - 13:42

Broadcast date: Sept. 4-5
Starring: Stray Kids, Tomorrow X Together, GOT7, Pentagon

Four same-aged members of Stray Kids took to V Live for a chat with fans.

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“This is the first time we are livestreaming together, just four of us,” said Seungmin.

Asked what it would be like if they were to become roommates, Han said that Hyunjin would be watching television dramas all the time, Seungmin would be working out and Felix would be playing games.

“You would probably be sleeping,” the others said to Han.

They recalled their previous residence where they had shared rooms with I.N.

“I used to reproach Felix a lot whenever he stepped on my bed to climb up to his,” said Seungmin.

Felix said somewhat ruefully that he has been using the upper bunk bed ever since he joined.

“I.N and I were the worst!” said Hyunjin, reminding everyone of the time the two slept in a small room in front of the bathroom and how they had to put up with noise and humidity every time someone showered.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/147986.

Tomorrow X Together talks about recent duo segment

Soobin and Beomgyu of Tomorrow X Together talked about their recently aired virtual reality experience and a visit to a seafood restaurant, via V Live.

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Soobin said he had tried to tailor the outing, their second as a pair, to Beomgyu’s preferences.

“It was perfectly to my tastes,” said Beomgyu, adding that the virtual reality games were so realistic.

Soobin agreed, saying that even though he is not afraid of heights, he was very scared during the game played high up in the air.

The duo liked the shooting game that revived animals with vaccines.

“I liked the purpose of the game: how we were bringing them back to life instead of killing them,” said Beomgyu.

The two were also very happy to visit an all-you-can-eat seafood restaurant, telling fans that seafood is their favorite.

“Actually, I tend to focus on sweets and desserts at a buffet,” confessed Soobin.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148058.

GOT7’s JB, Youngjae take helicopter tour of NYC

GOT7 shared footage from its day off after the band’s concert in New York in June.

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“How do you feel about getting on a helicopter?” JB asked Youngjae on their way to a helicopter tour. As they approached the helipad, JB spotted a hot dog cart and said he wanted one.

“Get one! We have plenty of time,” said Youngjae, telling the leader who had no cash that he would buy him one.

“I am so moved,” said JB.

“Looking up close, it looks kind of scary. Maybe I shouldn’t have said yes,” said Youngjae while JB happily finished his hot dog.

In the waiting area, Youngjae was quiet from nervousness, confiding that he felt more tense than before going onstage. On the other hand, JB was eager to hop onboard.

Once the helicopter began to fly, both were amazed at the view of the city. They did not forget to share the moment with fans, checking if they had seen the Statue of Liberty.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/147819.

Pentagon checks in from Toronto

Wooseok and Jinho of Pentagon livestreamed from their hotel room at midnight in Toronto after the band’s concert.

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“We had so much fun. The audience sang together for us before the concert began, and it was so good. And their Korean was perfect,” said Jinho.

“Everyone sang even ‘Round 2.’ It was amazing,” said Wooseok, referring to a bonus track from the group’s recently released ninth EP, “SUM(ME:R).”

“We were supposed to arrive here yesterday in the evening, so that we can sleep and do a rehearsal before the concert. But the airplane returned with an issue, and we were kept waiting from another delay with the flight. So we had to rush home and pack before coming here. I don’t even know what is in my suitcase,” said Jinho.

The two assured fans that they were all fine, apologizing for worrying them. Their only concern had been whether they would make it before the show, and they made it with just enough time to rehearse, said Jinho.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/147980.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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