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[V Report] Stray Kids’ Bang Chan promises to catch up

  • Published : Nov 15, 2019 - 12:19
  • Updated : Nov 15, 2019 - 13:30

Broadcast dates: Nov. 14-15
Starring: Stray Kids, Twice, Victon, Kim Junsu

Bang Chan of Stray Kids missed two weekly solo segments so far, but told fans that he planned to make up for them in the coming weeks.

(Naver's V Live)

In the 44th episode of his solo livestreaming segment, he said he might take to V Live “twice a week just to catch up on the two episodes I missed.”

The idol mentioned the band’s music video for “Astronaut,” which was just released, playing the new song as the first pick of the day.

“I personally liked the music video and there were a number of happenings while we were shooting it,” said the leader of the nine-piece boy band.

There has been a lot of talk among fans attempting to interpret the music videos the band has shared. Although Bang Chan had not seen any that were spot on about what Stray Kids was trying to say, he said some theories were close. Others were way off, he added, smiling, but he could tell viewers one thing: There really is something in all of those clips.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/160565.

Twice’s Dahyun keeps fans up to speed

Dahyun of Twice took to V Live on her way home after a long day of yet-to-be-disclosed activities.

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“It has been a while and I really wanted to chat with you,” she said, pointing out Tzuyu, who was stealthily helping herself to some pizza.

“I can tell from the smell,” Dahyun told her bandmate, who asked their fans if they could smell the pizza as well.

Dahyun laughed and asked fans to understand that she had to keep her smartphone close to read the messages because she’d taken out her contact lenses.

She then tried to explain why she had bundled up in the morning to get her hair and makeup done at 7 in the morning. The staff, however, said she couldn’t tell her fans yet, and the idol said, “That makes me want to talk about it more.”

Instead she reminded fans that they would be flying to Japan the following afternoon to resume their tour. The band kicked off “Twicelights in Japan” in late October and will be performing twice in Miyagi this weekend.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/160695.

Victon’s Seungsik thanks fans for 1st trophy

Seungsik of Victon talked to fans before checking out for the day.

(Naver's V Live)

“I wanted to livestream at our residence but some of the bandmates are taking a rest,” he said, instead saying hi from inside a parked car.

He began by offering soothing messages to those who had taken the nationwide college entrance exam that day.

“You must have put in a lot of effort,” he said. “Well done, everyone.”

He had another great day, he said, and felt as if the band had not been able to thank its fans enough for coming in first place in a music chart program earlier the same week.

“I did not even imagine that we would top it. When we were standing in the back watching others get the trophy, we were envious. And I thought I could see why some of them shed tears, but when we actually stood in the spot, it was impossible not to cry,” said the performer. Memories from the past had flashed through their minds and they’d cried tears of joy, he added.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/160706.

Kim Junsu talks while eating favorite dish

Kim Junsu asked fans to enjoy eating together in an eating show (called a meokbang in Korean) on Naver’s V Live.

(Naver's V Live)

He wished good luck to those who’d taken the big test as well as to his fans who’d tried purchasing tickets to his upcoming concert, which went on sale that day.

Before helping himself to the food filling up the table, the veteran idol told viewers that they should either cook or have something delivered and have a good time enjoying the meal together.

Kim’s choice of the day was huoguo, Chinese hotpot.

“I am so into this these days and I can already smell it since I added heat to the pot in advance,” he said, showing off the large dish filled with ingredients. He puts all the vegetables in at once, said the musician, picking up big portions with tongs.

“It may seem they would boil over, but you don’t have to worry as they will shrink after a while,” said Kim confidently.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/159510.

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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