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[V Report] Day6 celebrates 4th anniversary

  • Published : Sept 8, 2019 - 15:56
  • Updated : Sept 8, 2019 - 15:56

Broadcast dates: Sept. 7-8
Starring: Day6, SF9, Victon, Itzy

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Boy band Day6 celebrated its fourth anniversary with fans in a recent livestream.

The five-piece band debuted in 2015 with the EP “The Day,” featuring six tracks. And the band went on V Live on Saturday after a concert in Busan as part of the Gravity world tour to show appreciation to fans.

“Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Day6, happy birthday to you,” the bandmates sang in an upbeat mood as they appeared with a cake.

Typhoon Lingling was sweeping across Korea over the weekend and the bandmates said they were thankful that fans still came to see them live from afar, despite the elements.

The band was to perform in Busan again Sunday before heading to the US for multiple shows, starting in New York.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148723.

SF9’s Youngbin shows off new hairdo

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Youngbin of SF9 showed off his new hairdo in a Saturday V Live show.

Wearing all black with silver accessories, the singer first appeared from the neck down.

“What do you think changed about me?” he asked fans shortly before sitting down on the couch to show off his dark purple and silver hair.

Soon after, the SF9 member was joined by Kim Jae-hyun and Cha Hun from N.Flying.

“This wasn’t planned” Youngbin said, before adding, “I just saw them and asked them to join me.”

“We used to see each other every day during our trainee days but we’ve been so busy since we debuted,” Youngbin added.

During the nearly 50-minute show, the singer said he felt like his blood sugar level was low and began eating cake. When asked about his favorite film, he identified 2004 Korean romance “A Moment to Remember.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148734

Byungchan of Victon speaks to fans in soothing voice

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Byungchan from Victon appeared in front of the camera from what appeared to be a studio.

Eating ice cream while wearing a cap, the singer acted candidly throughout the show as he tried to chase away a fly, as well as asking viewers which was the best way to wear his cap.

“The wind was very strong this morning even when I was asleep and I was really surprised,” the singer said, referring to Typhoon Lingling, which hit parts of Korea over the weekend.

When it comes to summer fashion, Byungchan said he likes to keep things simple.

“I think once (the summer) passes, I will try to be more fashionable other than just a white T-shirt. During the summer, it’s too uncomfortable and hot to dress well.

After the summer, I try to wear things with more patterns and colors,” he said.
The show has been watched over 184,000 times, and has racked up an impressive 35 million hearts.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148708

Itzy keeps it real during ‘I See Itzy’

The members of Itzy kept it real for viewers in the latest episode of “I See Itzy”, bringing fans behind the scenes of their busy lives.

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During the 10th episode of the short docuseries, the bandmates didn’t shy away from acting goofy. In one scene, the group was in a dressing room speaking into a cooling fan for a natural sound effect.

In the meantime, Yeji played a little game with viewers, asking them to guess which dish the group had not eaten, giving options of chicken, pizza, noodles, pork, kimchi fried rice, bingsu and bubble tea.

The fast-paced video managed to give a glimpse into the group’s rather hectic life, following the recent release of the group’s first EP “Icy.”

Highlights from a fan signing event last month were also included in the docuseries, showing fans who got a rare chance to hang out with the group and take part in activities including outfit changes and games.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148693

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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