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[V Report] NCT members update fans in car

  • Published : Oct 13, 2019 - 15:30
  • Updated : Oct 13, 2019 - 15:30

Broadcast date: Oct. 12-13
Starring: NCT, Twice, In2IT, BTOB

(V Live)
Johnny, Doyoung, and Jaehyun of NCT updated fans on what they have been up to, on Saturday night.

The three members were in a van on the way home after watching Super Junior’s show as part of the group’s world tour “Super Show 8.”

“We just finished watching ‘Super Show 8.’ It was so much fun. The tickets are already sold out but I just wanted to share that it was great fun,” Doyoung said, praising the veteran group.

While recapping the concert, the members looked back on the past. They had previously covered Super Junior’s hit single “Sorry, Sorry.”

“Looking at Super Junior’s fans reminded me of our ‘seasonies,’”Jaehyun said.

As it was around 11 p.m., Jaehyun, who was wearing a cap low enough to cover his eyes, said he was very tired.

The trio appeared to be in a good mood before bidding viewers goodnight.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/154888.

Twice unveils extra clip for “Feel Special” video

Twice has released yet another special clip of the video for its latest single “Feel Special.”

(V Live)
The 3 1/2-minute clip saw bandmate Tzuyu taking center stage. It featured never-before-seen footage from the filming of the music video, which has racked up over 96 million views on YouTube.

Tzuyu cut a glamorous figure wearing a floral dress and matching headwear.

In one scene, she allowed viewers to see her from multiple angles while sitting on a couch.

Though not much action takes place, viewers were given a rare glimpse of the music video set, with fans cheering and shouting Tzuyu’s name in the chatroom.

Other clips featuring different members of the group are also available for viewing on Twice’s V Live channel.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/154889.

Jiahn of In2It surprises fans with late-night bedtime talk

Jiahn of the six-piece boy band In2It went on V Live to speak to fans in a soothing voice from his bed.

“I’m on V Live alone,” the singer said with a slight grin as he rubbed his eyes.

A fan asked whether he wears accessories to bed, to which he said, “Yes I usually do. I wear bracelets when I’m in the shower or when I go to bed. Constantly taking them off and putting back on can damage them,” Jiahn said.

(V Live)
“I also dry them like you would do hair,” the member added, sharing tips on the upkeep of accessories.

The In2It member sounded rather sleepy and relaxed, prompting a fan to comment that he might pass out after going offline.

Fans were sweet enough to ask whether the singer was in a comfortable position. Jiahn assured fans he would change positions if he got uncomfortable.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/154894.

Sungjae of BTOB keeps it real with fans

Yook Sung-jae of BTOB kept it real with fans in a livestream on his way home in a car.

One fan went straight for a hard-hitting question, asking if he had any tips to share for Cube Entertainment’s audition, an entertainment company that BTOB is part of.

(V Live)
Answering the question while laughing, the singer said, “You have to come across as sentimental.”

“You have to make them believe that you have something special. That’s how I think you join Cube Entertainment,” he said.

“I was 16, and the judge who saw me said my sensibility was not that of a 16-year-old,” he said before adding that he laughed so hard when he got back home from the audition.

With nearly eight years under his belt, the singer seemed quite relaxed speaking to fans.

“It seems that it’s almost always an exam season whenever I’m on V Live,” he said.

Fans shared personal stories with the singer, with one telling him about going on holiday in Europe with a parent.

“Wow that would be nice but don’t many people end up arguing?” he said, laughing and giving candid feedback.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/154883.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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