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[V Report] GOT7's Mark says hello from home

  • Published : Mar 16, 2020 - 13:19
  • Updated : Mar 16, 2020 - 13:49

Broadcast date: Mar. 15-16
Starring: GOT7, Seventeen, SF9, ITZY

(Naver's V Live)

Mark of GOT7 took to V Live at home after Yugyeom’s solo livestream.

“I’ve been watching him (on V Live) and then went to take a shower before coming on live,” he told viewers.

The bandmates have been practicing, he said, but he has no idea when they will come out with a new album. “Sorry,” he added. He also thanked fans for liking “Never Told You,” his second solo single, released March 14.

At viewers’ request, he flipped the camera to show them the room he was in, complete with three monitors and special keyboards so he can have a friend over and they can play together.

When fans were surprised to see that he was still wearing the yarn bracelet the bandmates had shared with their fandom community, Mark said it probably wouldn’t come apart and the band members wondered if they should cut it together on V Live.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180312.

Seventeen’s Hoshi shares peek into family time

(Naver's V Live)

Hoshi of Seventeen went live from home, keeping his promise to chat with them, adding that he was glad he could keep his word.

“I, too, have a lot of our CDs at home,” he said as he walked over to a wall in his living room and showed off autographs from all his bandmates.

The performer then got himself a dairy drink after asking permission from his mother, who -- while offering to open it for him as he had a camera in one hand -- told him to keep her out of the frame.

Sipping the beverage contentedly, he was delighted when a fan commented that his chair was the same color as the band’s light sticks.

“It actually was chosen for that reason,” said his sister when he relayed the comment to his family, making him burst into laughter.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180324.

SF9 invites fans for coffee

(Naver's V Live)

Inseong of SF9 talked with fans over coffee for the third time and invited bandmate Hwiyoung as a special guest.

“He is real. Alive and well as you can see,” Inseong said, complimenting his bandmate as one of the handsomest people in the world while Hwiyoung chuckled with embarrassment.

On behalf of the fans, Inseong asked how Hwiyoung had been. He’s watching a lot of variety programs with Inseong these days and has also been practicing, said the performer.

“You’re also working on music, right?” prompted Inseong. Hwiyoung modestly replied that he was, but not that much.

“He also works out regularly,” Inseong told the fans. “Look how your face has gotten even smaller!”

Inseong invited fans to leave comments in the chat window if they agreed that Hwiyoung had gotten even better looking.

Hwiyoung said his face looked small because of his hairstyle, but agreed that he may have lost some body fat recently.

"That means you have gained muscle!" said Inseong.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180301.

ITZY's Yuna enjoys full meal after busy week

(Naver's V Live)

Yuna of ITZY came back on her own to talk some more after going live with her bandmates.

She had originally planned to grill some beef at the band’s residence but instead came to a restaurant alone so she could do a meokbang, an eating show, something she had been meaning to do for quite a while.

“I’m used to eating alone,” said the idol, carefully pulling her long mane into a low ponytail.

While waiting for the food, she talked about “Nobody Like You,” the group’s new single from its second EP.

“Don’t you just love the music video?” asked Yuna. “And I really am grateful for the fact that we get to have a video clip of it since it will be such a precious memory for us, especially after several years.”

She was amazed that the first week of promoting the EP was already over, and she told fans that in a way the meal was a treat to reward herself.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180309.

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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