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[V Report] TXT’s Beomgyu plays guitar for fans

  • Published : Jan 12, 2020 - 17:26
  • Updated : Jan 12, 2020 - 17:26

Broadcast dates: Jan. 11-12

Starring: TXT, Nu’est, Taeyeon, Bvndit

TXT’s Beomgyu plays guitar for fans


Beomgyu of TXT played some guitar tunes for fans. During a Saturday V Live broadcast, the TXT member, clad in a casual white shirt, kicked off the conversation by talking about his childhood.

“I used to have a nosebleed a lot as a child. It wasn’t that I was weak, but it just happened almost daily. I grew up in a happy, loving family. Every day was full of happiness. I remember how I used to pretend to be asleep so that I could enjoy my mother’s touch,” he said.

After sharing more childhood memories, Beomgyu picked up a guitar, saying that he played in a band before debuting as a K-pop star.

Trying to recall guitar chords, Beomgyu played and sang songs like “Officially Missing You” by Tamia, “Falling Slowly” by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, as well as “4 o’clock” by RM and V of BTS.

TXT is set to make its Japanese debut with the single “Magic Hour” on Wednesday.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/169998

Nu’est’s Baekho greets fans in Macao


Baekho of Nu’est sent his love to fans in Macao. The Nu’est singer took to V Live after meeting fans in the city, to express his excitement and gratitude. He recently held the fan event “Mini Concert BAEKHO-liday in the region.

“To all the fans in Macao, I had some time to look around the city. During the tour, I spotted some of our fans in various places, although they might not have seen me. I wanted to tell you this during the show, but I couldn’t, as I was too nervous,” he said. Baekho added that he had enjoyed food in Macau.

Fans called him a crybaby -- as he’d cried during a surprise event by fans. The singer admitted that he was so overwhelmed with emotions that he couldn’t hold back tears.

“When you guys started singing a song for me, I was like, ‘what’s going on?’ and as I watched a video on the screen that featured our history, I couldn’t help but be immersed in it. That emotion still lingers,” he added.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/170017

Taeyeon readies for comeback


K-pop solo artist Taeyeon is preparing for her first release of the year.

On Sunday, the singer unveiled a preview clip of her upcoming single “Drawing Our Moments” via her official websites.

The song is a part of her “Purpose” album, set to drop Wednesday.

According to her agency S.M. Entertainment, ballad tack “Drawing Our Moments” highlights Taeyeon’s emotional vocals accompanied by the acoustic guitar and flute.

The black-and-white teaser video also captures the singer casually strolling around a city. The video came after a highlight clip for “My Tragedy,” another song from “Purpose.”

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/169990

Bvndit covers Girls’ Generation’s ‘Genie’


K-pop rookie Bvndit danced to “Genie,” an iconic 2009 hit from Girls’ Generation. Five bandmates covered the song while sporting white-and-gold marching band outfits.

Bvndit debuted in April last year with “Bvndit, Be Ambitious!.”

The first girl group formed by MNH Entertainment, the act released its first EP “BE!,” featuring lead track “Dumb,” in November last year.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/169994

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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