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[V Report] BTS wishes fans a happy Thanksgiving

  • Published : Sept 12, 2019 - 10:30
  • Updated : Sept 12, 2019 - 10:31

Broadcast date: Sept. 11-12
Starring: BTS, NCT, Super Junior, Stray Kids

BTS floated a clip to wish its fans a good time in time for Chuseok holidays with a traditional house as a background, despite still being on a long break.

(Naver's V Live)

"It is Hangawi, holiday for everyone," said RM using the all-Korean term for Korean Thankgiving.

"Aren't there two gawis?" joked Jin never missing a chance for a pun but everyone, except for Jungkook who gave him a look, ignored the oldest. Han means one and gawi means scissors in Korean.

RM suggested they make an acrostic poem with seven letters of "Chu-seok-jal-bo-nae-se-yo," wishing everyone a happy Chuseok.

"This is an impromptu mission," RM told fans while V, the first to go, tried to find a line.

"Think of it as a gift for ARMY," chimed in Jimin adding pressure.

Each one managed to toss phrases to the next one, and J-Hope finished it with a cute song and a dance as well as a heart.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149476.

NCT's Jaehyun thanks fans for 5.5m viewing

Jaehyun of NCT discussed covering Lauv's "I Like Me Better," which drew over 5.5 million viewers on YouTube.

(Naver's V Live)

"I have been wanting to livestream but today I have finally found the right moment, luckily before the holidays," he said from a recording room.

"There is this place where we can enjoy a really beautiful night view but the wind was still stronger than I thought. And I was afraid that the sound of the wind would be louder than mine so I came back down," said the idol.

He then thanked his fans for liking his cover that he came up with as a gift for them.

"The video was shot in London and Paris. I wanted to sing a song for you and came across this song. The band was in the middle of a tour in Europe and I thought it would go well with the beautiful sceneries there and had the videos shot whenever I had time," explained Jaehyun adding that he was satisfied with how it came out nicely.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149437.

Super Junior shows off busy schedule

Heechul and Lee Teuk of Super Junior shared their busy days on the band's reality program "SJ Returns."

(Naver's V Live)

"I am here for a shampoo commercial," said the veteran idol in a makeup room.

"Am I supposed to dance all day today?" he asked and when a staff reminded him that he is supposed to dance with 100 people, he worried saying that if he makes a mistake, it will be a disaster. Before the shooting began, he went through the moves with a choreography instructor and when she told him to hold his hand slightly higher, Heechul asked her not to point out too many mistakes in front of the camera, she burst into laughter.

Meanwhile, Lee Teuk was seen walking into a pink-colored set saying hello to the staff in Thai. He was chosen as an emcee for a Thai program that focuses on K-Beauty and right before the camera turned to roll, he practiced his lines.

"Who are you and why are you following me around?" joked the entertainer before flying off to Koh Samui for a magazine photo shoot.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/148843.

Stray Kids' Lee Know offers dance lessons

Lee Know of Stray Kids took to V Live from a studio to share a dance tutorial.

(Naver's V Live)

He began by slowly stretching working on every part of his body to a music. After a couple of minutes, the main dancer of the boy band took it up a notch suggesting to the viewers to find ways to use their own bodies in different ways.

"Now I will demonstrate the choreography of 'Dawn,' and there are two versions to please let me know which one you want to see more," he said. While fans shared their preferences on the chat board, Lee Know turned on Will Smith's "Friend Like Me" and did a more dynamic warm up.

Although he hardly broke a sweat, he admitted that the warm up alone can be demanding. After going through the live feeds from fans the idol accpeted their request for the second version of "Dawn" and started his close to one hour dance tutorial.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149309.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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