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[V Report] ITZY shares ‘TMI’ moment with fans

  • Published : Oct 14, 2019 - 14:42
  • Updated : Oct 14, 2019 - 14:42

Broadcast date: Oct. 13-14
Starring: ITZY, Twice, TXT and Bang Chan of Stray Kids

After performing at Changwon K-pop World Festival, girl group ITZY sat inside the headquarters of agency JYP Entertainment and appeared on V Live to meet with fans.

ITZY talked about the group’s segment at the festival, where the girl group performed while Lia served as hostess.

“I was really nervous to host the show, but I had a great time,” said Lia. “I will work even harder next time.”

“Before the performance, we had a chance to say hello and I saw many familiar faces of Midzy (ITZY’s fan group) among the crowd, so I was really happy to see them,” said Yuna.

“When we were in Ulsan and Changwon, we received lots of strength thanks to Midzy’s support.”

The girl group also revealed its “TMI” moment of the day. Ryujin talked about how she had been craving gimbap for days, and her manager bought it for her, making her very happy.

Meanwhile, Yuna woke up just 15 minutes before their scheduled meeting time, and had to rush to get ready. When Chaeryeong watches TV dramas, she fast-forwards through scenes. But she still manages to know the plot of the story.

The band also cheered for students taking college entrance exams soon, while also hoping the group’s fans would not catch a cold due to the changing weather.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/154943.

Behind-the-scene of Twice’s “Feel Special”

On Twice’s eighth episode of “Feel Special,” the girl group revealed behind-the-scenes footage of making the music video.

The episode started out with Twice filming the group shot, where Chaeyoung and Nayeon were spotted making shadow puppets during a break.

When Twice danced to “Feel Special,” the bandmates showcased their synchronized moves.

The latest episode focused on Chaeyoung’s individual scene in the music video.

Chaeyoung, wearing a hologram white outfit with a cyborg concept, appeared against a white backdrop. “I am wearinga white eyeliner,” she said. “The concept of my scene is a person living in the future, something like a cyber-forest.”

“For this song, I am not rapping, but instead I am in charge of singing the first part of the song,” added Chaeyoung. “So I feel some pressure.”

During the shoot, she also enjoyed snacking on corn on the cob.

“Because the stage is so spectacular, I think the music video will look great,” she added as a final note. “I had fun filming it.”

Watch the full video: https://www.vlive.tv/video/154928

TXT drops teaser for “Run Away”

Rookie band TXT unveiled a new teaser clip of the music video for “Run Away,” the title track of upcoming album “The Dream Chapter: Magic.”

In the one-minute clip, the five members, wearing school uniforms, secretly broke into a school at night, running around the building in search of something with a flashlight. They finally arrived at a classroom where Soobin found a mysterious pair of glasses, and begins a magical journey.

The band is slated to drop the new song on Oct. 21.

Watch the full video: https://www.vlive.tv/video/154964

Stray Kids’ Bang Chan becomes DJ

Bang Chan of Stray Kids shared his playlist and recommended some songs in the 41st episode of his solo segment.

He started out playing Shawn Mendes’ “Fallin All in You,” saying it was had been Woojin’s recommendation.

“There are people you want to devote everything to,” he said as he listened to the song. “It could be family, friends, and for me, it is Stray Kids members. And I will give everything to Stay (Stray Kids’ fan group).”

Bang Chan
One viewer asked whether he could play the guitar.

Bang Chan said he had learned to play guitar, but he was not so good. “I like ukulele. I need to find my ukulele. And once I find it, I want to play and make a song with it as well.”

The second song was Block B’s “Don’t Leave,” saying he had liked the group for a very long time. Throughout the broadcast, he recommended other tracks, including “Memories” by Maroon 5, “Someone You Loved,” by Lewis Capaldi and “Talking to the Moon,” by Bruno Mars -- which fans recommended. He also streamed “Counting Stars” by One Republic, calling it his childhood song.

Watch the full video: https://www.vlive.tv/video/154962

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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