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[V Report] Infinite’s Sungkyu cannot thank fans enough for waiting

  • Published : Jan 8, 2020 - 13:41
  • Updated : Jan 8, 2020 - 13:41

Broadcast date: Jan. 7-8
Starring: Infinite, GOT7, NU’EST, (G)I-dle

(Naver's V Live)

Sungkyu of Infinite said hello to fans after completing his mandatory service in the Army on Wednesday. Being the first to do so he sent a message of encouragement to the rest of his bandmates who are still serving their duty, wishing them well, before greeting a group of fans.

“I am so happy, really,” the musician began and took a deep bow to thank everyone for waiting. The first thing he will do back as a civilian will be to have a nice meal with his family, he said, who have come to Seoul to see him.

Although it has been hard not being able to see people as often as he wanted to, serving in the army let him contemplate on his life, said Sungkyu. He will miss those who have been with him during the last two years but also cannot wait to go back to his main job, singing.

“It was definitely not a short wait and I really want to pay back so that fans would not regret it,” promised the performer.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/169350.

GOT7's Yugyeom says quick hi from LA

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‘Hello, I came to the US, everyone. I came with my brother for a break and to take some dance lessons,” he told viewers while taking a short night stroll before dinner.

He is staying at the house of his mother’s close acquaintance in Los Angeles and had just come back from grocery shopping. After saying a late New Year’s greetings, the idol reassured fans that his health has improved and he only coughs a little.

“I will rest a little more and learn some new choreography ... and will return to Korea next week,” he said.

He went to Six Flags Magic Mountain, an amusement park nearby, earlier that day.

“I tried a lot of rides, such as Tatsu and X2 ... and will have samgyeopsal for dinner,” said the artist with a sheepish chuckle and promised fans that he will go live again soon.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/169358.

NU'EST’s Baekho keeps fan up-to-date before heading to Paris

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“It’s been quite a while,” he said turning on the V Live channel on his own.

He confirmed that he is going to Paris, as fans commented, with a happy smile. It is the first time he is visiting the city, as he could not join the bandmates on their previous trip due to health reasons.

“They told me so many good things about Paris, so I am full of anticipation,” said the idol who has been invited to attend the Paris Fashion Week, promising fans that he will enjoy the beautiful scenery and take a lot of pictures.

He also talked about the band’s performance for 2020 Golden Disc Awards on Monday.

“We did the rock version of ‘Bet Bet’ as well as ‘Bass’ ... and Jonghyun (JR) did so well. We saw him practice and could not wait for him to present it onstage,” said the musician referring to JR’s solo stint.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/169293.

(G)I-dle’s Minnie, Yuqi show around new space

(Naver's V Live)

The pair started with greetings in four languages: Korean, English, Chinese and Thai.

“You must be very curious where we are. We are in our new house! Let me introduce my studio,” said Yuqi proudly, moving the camera around to show her favorite spot where she has put some albums, including that of Dua Lipa, on display. Minnie also waited until the camera showed her treasure, a tin can full of butter cookies from Taiwan.

“This is so good ... and I am going to steal it later,” said Minnie.

Yuqi also let viewers take a peek at a cozy corner of a small gray sofa telling them Minnie also has the same one but slightly bigger.

“I spilled some tteokbokki sauce on hers,” confessed Yuqi and Minnie lifted up her iced tea, her all-time favorite, and said: “If you don’t behave, I will pour some of this.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/169314.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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