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[V Report] Park Jihoon unboxes new EP

  • Published : Dec 6, 2019 - 09:43
  • Updated : Dec 6, 2019 - 10:39

Broadcast date: Dec. 5-6
Starring: Park Jihoon, Victon, AB6IX, Stray Kids

Park Jihoon livestreamed the unboxing of his second EP that went on sale the previous day.

(Naver's V Live)

“I will also show you how to customize the light stick,” he said, showing materials he had prepared.

After reading some of the messages posted by fans, he began to unbox the album.

He reminded viewers to be careful when opening the box, as there were many items inside.

He unwrapped the first of three versions of the white EP themed around “pure innocence.”

While flipping through the pictures, he copied some of the poses he saw.

The second version, named “180 Degrees,” was packaged in silver. The third, titled 360 Degrees, focused on the singer’s maturity and chicness.

Park said that he loves all seven tracks in the album. Besides the lead track, his favorite is “Strange,” for which fellow Wanna One alumnus Kim Jaehwan wrote the lyrics.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/163837.

Victon’s Seungsik can’t wait for concert

Victon’s Seungsik, the temporary leader of the band, talked about the group’s upcoming concert.

(Naver's V Live)

Complimenting Byungchan and Soobin’s hosting of Idol Radio -- “They did so well!” -- he asked if fans had seen the previous day’s episode, for which he and Byungchan were special DJs.

“I was really nervous especially since it was my first time. It was a new-found wish to host a show and I am so glad that it went well enough,” he said with a smile.

He had ordered pizza, he told viewers. He and Sejun were starving, and they had been torn between salad and pizza. They finally asked their manager to pick one.

“I managed to lose quite a lot of weight, but after wrapping up activities for the EP, I have gained back a bit, and having salad from time to time will help me maintain this shape,” he said. Although the band has finished promoting its fifth EP, everyone has been very busy, and he is sincerely happy, he added.

He also mentioned Victon’s first stand-alone concert.

“We are pouring everything into preparing for it. You will not regret coming to see us and it will be really fun,” he promised.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/164209.

AB6IX’s Woong tries making kimchi

Woong of AB6IX livestreamed his first attempt at making kimchi in the second episode of his hands-on solo segment.

(Naver's V Live)

“Have you seen the short clip that showed me prepping the cabbage?” he asked, admitting that he would never have imagined himself making kimchi seven months after his debut.

He was quite capable of multitasking but not at this level, he said.

Preparing to make the kimchi made him feel sorry for not helping his mother when she made kimchi all these years.

“I only helped myself to the kimchi sitting next to her. But I will definitely help out next time,” he said.

When fans asked if he was making suyuk, Korean boiled pork, which goes well with fresh kimchi, Woong said yes.

“I really wish I could let you smell this. I came early to prepare the pork and it is boiling well as we speak.”

He then brought in the salted cabbage -- “See how perfectly done they are!”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/163894.

Stray Kids upload teaser

Stray Kids released a 30-second trailer for the music video of “Levanter,” the lead track from the group’s upcoming EP “Cle: Levanter.”

(Naver's V Live)

In the short clip, the eight-piece act forces open a heavy door and watches a building burn.

A one-way ticket to “New World,” one of the key objects in the group’s series of music videos, is also seen burning.

Inspired by the strong wind in the Mediterranean region, 3Racha -- Bang Chan, Han and Changbin -- wrote the song, while Park Jinyoung had a hand in writing the lyrics together.

The trailer comes after prereleased tracks “Double Knot” and “Astronaut.” The EP, the third and last of the band’s “Cle” series, will be unveiled Dec. 9.

Stray Kids have just held a showcase in Tokyo and announced that they will officially debut in Japan, releasing “SKZ2020” through SONY Music in March next year.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/164213.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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