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[V Report] Tomorrow X Together’s Beomgyu chats while eating

  • Published : Feb 14, 2020 - 12:45
  • Updated : Feb 14, 2020 - 13:45

Broadcast date: Feb. 13-14
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, Winner, Stray Kids, Pentagon

(Naver's V Live)

Beomgyu of TXT ate one of his favorite foods, tteokbokki, while livestreaming.

“I am not sure if I can finish all this by myself,” he said, showing side dishes and a bowl of rice with toppings. “Nut I am not worried since I have four hyenas ready to wolf them down.”

“I am quite hungry after a choreography lesson,” said the idol before he began hiccupping.

Laughing at himself, he quickly drank a sip of water and asked fans to forget what just happened.

“I have been eating quite a lot recently,” he said, “so that I can be healthier.” He had heard that it was bad to work out and eat poorly.

The performer told viewers to send in questions. Asked about the dress code for the day, he said there was none. He was wearing a black T-shirt and a white baseball cap.

He then started explaining his outfit. “This (T-shirt) is for practice. You always tell me I only wear this and asked me if I liked it that much. No, I wear this only because it is comfortable for dancing. You have those kinds of clothes, too, right?”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/175294.

Winner shares memories from school days

(Naver's V Live)

Lee Seunghoon, Kim Jinwoo and Song Minho of four-piece act Winner took to V Live at a studio.

They waited for fans to tune into the livestream, making beats with whatever they had in hand, including a glass candy jar and a small broomstick.

Lee stood up and started dancing to the tune of Joy’s “Touch by Touch.” He asked the other two to act as if they were roller-skating to the 1980s hit song. Kang Seungyoon was in another booth recording.

Viewers’ messages reminded the bandmates that many were graduating. At Lee’s suggestion, they talked about their own graduation ceremonies.

Kim said he was covered with eggs, and his school uniform was torn to pieces, insisting that was how things were at the time.

Lee had worn a suit like most of his peers.

Song, however, had a hard time recalling his graduation ceremony. Lee remembered his bandmate had held a bouquet of flowers and sported a long hairdo.

“How come you remember that?” asked Song amazed.

Lee was taken aback, asking, “You were still in high school when you debuted?”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/175378.

Stray Kids’ I.N greets fans from the US

(Naver's V Live)

I.N, the youngest member of Stray Kids, chatted with fans in the 24th episode of his solo segment from San Jose.

He told viewers that he welcomed questions or comments and was delighted to see many had liked his episode of the band’s vlog series “Pongdang Log.”

“I had this idea and shared it with the staffers and was very satisfied with the edited version,” he said. But he had as much fun watching that of Changbin, laughing through the episode for the whole five minutes.

He promised fans that he would try and shoot more vlogs, admitting that he had been thinking of doing at least one more episode.

Before livestreaming, he had Korean food. Asked about dinner with producer Park Jinyoung, he said the bandmates had a great time.

“The best part, though, was that the food was so delicious. We ate and ate and ate, and PD (Park) asked us if we had enough, but we told him that we were just starting,” he said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/175206.

Pentagon’s 1st studio album long overdue: Kpop Herald

(Cube Entertainment)

Kpop Herald reporters talked about Pentagon’s first full-length studio album.

It was long overdue, said Yim Hyun-su, as it came after nine EPs released by the band in nearly 3 1/2 years.

At the media showcase the previous day, the members seemed very happy that it was finally out, he added. Asked why it took so long, leader Jinho said the group had wanted to be 100 percent sure.

At the beginning of their career, the bandmates did not write many of their own songs, but they were heavily involved in the making of the new album.

Hui cowrote lead track “Dr. BeBe,” an electro pop number with spit-fire raps, noted Yim. The song breaks down the stages of love in an interesting yet dark way, he added.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/175215.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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