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[V Report] NCT Dream’s Renjun may cover Troye Sivan soon

  • Published : Feb 27, 2020 - 12:33
  • Updated : Feb 27, 2020 - 13:23

Broadcast date: Feb. 26-27
Starring: NCT Dream, SF9, Victon, Winner

(Naver's V Live)

Renjun of NCT Dream went live after his regular hosting of a radio program.

Inspired by a fan’s comment asking about funny moments, he asked viewers to share theirs.

He cracked up when a fan said she had belted out NCT 127’s “Mad City” thinking she was alone at home but turned around to see her mom.

“Ask your mom to sing along with you next time,” he joked.

Another fan had a similar episode: She has been listening to NCT Dream’s “Boom” with her earphones on a bus when the music blasted out due to a poor connection.

“‘Boom’ must have been a little loud to play in a bus,” said the idol.

He then played a little bit of a recording of himself covering Troye Sivan’s “Fools” before turning it off abruptly.

“It was supposed to be a surprise,” Renjun said, promising he would share a better recording.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/177342.

SF9’s Jaeyoon big fan of soup

(Naver's V Live)

Jaeyoon of SF9 took to V Live while having rice mixed with soup and udon.

“It will be nothing special,” he told viewers, “I just wanted to talk to you.”

Savoring the spicy broth, he chuckled when some fans asked if he was trying to recover from a hangover.

“I don’t even like alcohol. I just love hot and spicy soup,” the idol said, slurping.

He compared the food to his bandmates’ dancing: soybean sprout soup tastes neat like Chanhee’s dance moves for “Now or Never” and udon broth is more tangy as with Taeyang’s for “Good Guy.”

Jaeyoon also asked fans about the band’s teasers for “Good Guy” in Japan and was glad that they liked his clip.

“Youngbin said he will join me,” he said. The leader appeared about 25 minutes into the livestream and was surprised to see that his bandmate had ordered two dishes.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/177307.

Victon‘s Heo Chan under the weather

(Naver's V Live)

After dance practice, Heo Chan of Victon told fans he was feeling better.

Apologizing for not checking in for a while, he admitted that he had lost weight after suffering from fever and body aches for a week, though he was now feeling much better.

“To better express the wolfish concept of ‘Howling,’ I have changed my hair color (to platinum) from blond,” said the idol, referring to the upcoming title track from the band’s sixth EP “Continuous.”

He expressed excitement about his solo concept teaser that was to be released at midnight, adding that he had not seen it himself. When fans told him they wanted to hear “Howling,” he smiled and said he could not share it yet, though he had the file right in front of him.

Byungchan dropped in for a brief chat before going for a workout, telling fans his bandmate had helped him pick up clothes he forgot after practice. Heo seemed relieved when Byeongchan finished the episode.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/177343.

Can Winner’s Lee Seunghoon master K-pop dance in 3 minutes?

(Naver's V Live)

Lee Seunghoon of Winner offered tips for covering K-pop idols.

He started his solo live segment in his bedroom. When the music faded out, he began explaining the theme.

“I will share tips on how to master the choreography of K-pop artists in three minutes,” said the musician, asking fans to recommend or request favorites apart from Winner and preferably from rookies with whom he was not familiar yet.

“Don’t recommend NCT,” he added, “Their choreography is too demanding, and I can’t do it, not in three minutes.” Lee’s first pick was Cherry Bullet’s “Hands Up.” As he began watching the dance practice clip of the seven-piece girl group, he confided that his assumption that the dance would be cute was so far off.

After looking at the video intently, he stood up, put on a red headband and began practicing, mumbling that he might not be able to pull it off.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/177306.

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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