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[V Report] Seventeen’s Joshua, Dogyeom drool over Chicago pizza

  • Published : Jan 14, 2020 - 12:45
  • Updated : Jan 14, 2020 - 12:58

Broadcast date: Jan. 13-14
Starring: Seventeen, Tomorrow X Together, Ateez, SF9

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Joshua invited Dogyeom to have a sip of wine with him for his “wine and cheese” solo segment, introducing him as a special guest who happens to be a great singer and actor.

As a clue, he put on “I Should’ve First,” and Dogyeom joined him in front of the camera to sing the band’s song.

The latter admitted he only had a peek of Joshua’s previous episode, but Joshua assured that it was just chatting with fans.

“Here is a slice of pizza. We have decided to try pizza and picked some up from a famous place after our concert here in Chicago. But only one piece is left and Junghan even took a bite of what’s left,” said Dogyeom, showing it to viewers.

“Dogyeom has been craving it,” said Joshua, as Dogyeom admitted he was hungry throughout the performance.

While Joshua looked through his playlist to share with viewers, Dogyeom asked if he could have a bit.

“I didn’t even get to have a single bite,” said Dogyeom, zooming in on the pizza. Joshua stopped him twice before Dogyeom warned his bandmate, saying, “If you don’t let me, I may hit you.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/170138.

Tomorrow X Together starts new show

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In the first episode of TXT’s “To Do X Tomorrow X Together 2020,” the bandmates appeared one by one walking down a red carpet while donning black suits.

After striking poses for cameras, the quintet went for a big green pinata-like object hanging from the ceiling. They picked up small bean bags scattered on the floor and threw them starting from the youngest, Hueningkai. He and Taehyun’s bags hardly inflicted any damage, and Beomgyu’s was way off target.

After everyone failed, Hueningkai suggested going at it all together, which at once cracked it open, revealing a scroll that announced the beginning of the program.

The first mission of the show was to draw a bunch of grapes. When everyone was done, the drawings were put on display and each bandmated voted for the best without knowing who the artists were. Hueningkai’s cute single grape drew the most votes, earning the first sticker as the reward.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/169302.

Ateez’s Mingi keeps fans up to speed

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“It has been a while since my last livestream and I’ve missed you,” Ateez’s Mingi said, going live while taking time off in his studio.

The idol asked what fans thought of the band’s “Answer,” the lead track from its just-released EP, “Treasure Epilogue: Action to Answer.” As for his favorites among the band’s own songs, he picked “Thank You,” “Sunrise,” “Win” and “My Way.”

He also mentioned how excited he was about the group’s upcoming international tour. The eight-piece act is set to kick off a world tour to 15 cities around the globe, starting with two days of live shows in Seoul. Tickets for concerts in six of the cities have already sold out.

At fans’ request for spoilers, Song said only one word: “mic.”

“With microphones, we may do something. I don’t know. It is too big a hint in itself,” he added.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/170169.

SF9’s Youngbin mulls changing solo segment format

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Putting on “Good Guy,” SF9’s Youngbin waited for fans to tune into his solo segment. But when a fan commented that his wink looked more like a twitch resulting from a lack of magnesium, he stopped the music for a second and asked, “Isn’t that too harsh? ... Do you want me to stop the V Live as soon as it starts?” before resuming the music with a snicker that turned into laughter.

He then explained to viewers why he had not posted a notification for his weekly solo livestream.

“I had a schedule that ended at 8:30 and it took me an hour to come back (to the studio). And I was worried that I might not have time to read through the posts sent by you although I put on this cool jacket this morning to do this,” he told fans.

For the new year, the band leader is thinking of ways to better communicate through the solo segment.

“I am hoping to make slight adjustments to the format of this so that I can find more common ground with you,” said Youngbin.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/170230.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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