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[V Report] Tomorrow X Together looks back at LA workshop

  • Published : Mar 13, 2020 - 14:35
  • Updated : Mar 13, 2020 - 14:52


Broadcast dates: March 12-13
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, Stray Kids, AB6IX, iKON

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(Naver's V Live)


In the second episode of the reality program, which took the bandmates of TXT back to the start of their careers, they finished an intense training session at a dance studio in Los Angeles.

“The lesson is over!” said Hueningkai excitedly, while Yeonjun rolled onto the floor, exhausted.

“I used to forget everything the second I stepped out the door after lessons, but this time I managed to (remember) and could dance to the music,” said Beomgyu contentedly.

They returned to their residence and split up: Soobin, Yeonjun and Beomgyu had lunch, while Taehyun and Hueningkai chose sleep over food.

Then the quintet went to the dance academy where they’d signed up in the previous episode.

“We had a great time,” said Yeonjun, catching his breath. “Trying a new style that we haven’t done before.”

The next day, the boys had a day off and were treated to a visit to Dodgers Stadium.

“I have met Ryu Hyunjin when I had an opportunity to shoot a commercial with him,” said Yeonjun.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/179491.

Stray Kids’ I.N catches up with fans

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(Naver's V Live)


I.N of Stray Kids took to V Live for the 26th episode of his solo segment.

“It feels as if I am doing this (after) a really long while,” he said, appearing on his own for the first time in almost 20 days. The idol then turned serious and added that he missed seeing them in person very much.

He went through viewers’ messages. One said his shoulders has gotten even broader, but he told the fan not to be silly.

“You are making fun of me, right?” he said, chuckling.

I.N humored fans by doing the poses they asked for. Mentioning that he’d had instant noodles for lunch, he shared his know-how on making it.

“I add whatever topping there is first, put in the soup (powder) and add the noodles,” he said. “For some reason, I find it tastes better when I add the soup (powder) first.”

Answering a request to share a tidbit from the day, he said he’d pondered which sweater to wear for the live segment.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/179719.

AB6IX’s Lee Daehwi saddened by concert rescheduling

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(Naver's V Live)


Lee Daehwi of AB6IX took to V Live in the car, saying hi to fans.

“It’s been two weeks!” he began, asking fans to leave comments about the television music chart program that had just aired, with him as master of ceremonies.

Viewers told him it was cute to see co-host Han Hyunmin give him flowers, and he confided that he’d actually taken them from him.

He also assured fans who cautioned him to be careful of the COVID-19 virus that he always wore masks and had plenty of them stocked up.

“Even before this outbreak, I wore them because of the fine dust. I am a singer,” said the musician. He tends not go out much anyway, he added. What made him sad, however, was the postponement of the band’s concert.

“I really was looking forward to it and felt so helpless,” said Lee.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/179788.

iKON’s Kim Donghyuk rounds up fans

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(Naver's V Live)


Kim Donghyuk of iKON went live from his company’s studio to help fight boredom.

He had woken up late, eaten and had a chat with a songwriter. Then he’d sorted out things.

“I worked up until late last night,” he said in response to fans’ comments that he looked tired.

As for the live segment with Jeong Chanwoo, the last of the relay livestreams with his bandmates, he explained that they had planned something -- bringing the camera outside and communicating with fans. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, however, they’d canceled it and were coming up with other ideas.

“We will broadcast probably next week so please wait a little bit more,” he said.

The performer replied to fans’ questions, including questions about “Flower,” a track he’d co-written for “i DECIDE,” the album the band released last month.

“I started working on the song not long before the album came out. It didn’t take me long,” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/179805.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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