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[V Report] Twice’s Nayeon goes live solo

  • Published : Dec 27, 2019 - 10:45
  • Updated : Dec 27, 2019 - 10:54

Broadcast date: Dec. 26-27
Starring: Twice, AB6IX, BTOB, Stray Kids

Nayeon of Twice livestreamed after taping KBS’ year-end music festival.

(Naver's V Live)

“You must have come a long way and waited a lot ... but I didn’t get to talk to you properly (at the site) so I turned on V Live. Some of you might still be there so those who are tuning in now please pass on my thanks,” she told viewers.

It is quite rare for her to take to V Live without her bandmates, she said, but she wanted to say how the fans’ being there gave her strength.

“You made me feel so proud,” said the idol with a huge smile.

She shocked fans by saying that she was far from satisfied with her cover of Ariana Grande’s “Santa Tell Me” that she uploaded in time for Christmas.

“So many of you have recommended the song but I personally don’t like it since it makes me feel as if I am being tested,” confided Nayeon.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/167644.

AB6I’s Jeon Woong surprises fans with impromptu live appearance

Jeon Woong of AB6IX took to V Live during his practice to the delight of his fans.

(Naver's V Live)

“I was practicing and had a lesson as well and out of the blue, wanted to see you. I am bare-faced but I just went with it and turned this on,” he said with a shy smile.

The idol asked fans about their Christmas and told them that he had a good time, watching Harry Potter reruns and gobbling on tangerines, as well as celebrating bandmate Youngmin’s birthday.

While he was talking about his recent livestreaming of making kimchi, his first try, fans asked him if he was ambidextrous.

“Yes. I use my left hand when eating but for the rest, I use whichever hand I feel like using,” he said before indulging in fans’ request to sing and rap.

“At first I was quite bad at singing so my vocal trainer suggested I try rap. But I was really bad so after a while I switched back to working on singing,” said Jeon laughing.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/167638.

BTOB’s Yook Sungjae hopes fans will love his new single

The performer checked in on fans before the release of his digital single.

(Naver's V Live)

On the move after shooting a drama, he asked fans if they are awaiting the release, only 25 minutes away, as well.

“It has been quite a while since I have come out with a new song. This (title) song was made about three years ago but finally will be out there,” he said. The song is inspired by shores, from the Chinese character of his family name. It talks about me standing on the land while comparing the loved one who is leaving into the waves, explained the musician who participated in writing both the melody and lyrics.

“From Winter,” the other single from the first installment of Yook’s project that will release two new songs every month for three months, is completely different. It is a warm ballad, he said, singing parts from the song before apologizing to fans for making them wait for the new songs.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/167608.

Stray Kids releases “Gone Days” MV

The boy band uploaded the music video for its new digital single “Gone Days.”

(Naver's V Live)

Sitting in a classroom, the bandmates give lectures and unsolicited advice and ask the old generation to believe in them, each pursuing their own goals. Bang Chan is making music on his notebook, Changbin is painting, Felix is playing video games and Han is savoring gourmet food. “Gone Days” also plays on Korean word ggondae, a term originally for older male but now for condescending person regardless of gender or age.

Leader Bang Chan has written the lyrics and co-composed with Trippy for the hip-hop number which is part of the band’s Mixtape Project, and will share its own perspective on life along with its unique musical spectrum.

Stray Kids will kick off its US leg of international tour next month, starting from New York and visiting eight cities until mid-February.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/167617.

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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