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[V Report] BTS enjoys pajama party

  • Published : Mar 25, 2020 - 14:09
  • Updated : Mar 25, 2020 - 14:11

Broadcast date: Mar. 24-25
Starring: BTS, Twice, Stray Kids, NCT 127

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of BTS had a slumber party in the 97th episode of “Run BTS!”

They chose their pajamas by landing their paper planes on the ones they wanted. While RM was still trying to figure out how to fold the origami paper into a plane, Jin went first and secured his pick. He proudly showed off his unicorn PJs, announcing that they were very fluffy and warm.

After changing into their night clothes, they began the first round of their game: relaying a message by using drawings and words. The first word was “borahae,” a word coined by the band and its fandom to express love. The message was correctly delivered from Jimin to RM via Jungkook, but got muddled when Suga drew one of the band’s light sticks. The message ended up as “Army,” the name of the BTS fandom community.

The bandmates were disheartened, but Jimin put on a thick face and declared that this was how things were meant to be. He completed the message: “Army, borahae,” meaning “Love you, Army.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180599.

Twice's Mina celebrates birthday

(Naver's V Live)

Mina of Twice surprised her fans by taking to V Live on her birthday.

“You must be surprised, right?” she said after blowing the candles on her cake and thanking the viewers.

Touching her long, blond mane, the birthday girl acknowledged that she was taking steps to prepare for her return, albeit slowly, adding that for now it was just her hair. She’d had it bleached and was still getting used to it, confided the idol, who had taken time off since July last year due to anxiety issues.

“I have turned this on thinking that you might be bored and wanted to keep you entertained even for a while. But I don’t know what to do since it’s been such a long while,” said Mina with a sheepish smile.

How time flies, she said. She was only 19 when she made her debut, but now she’s already 24. Between practice sessions, she told fans, she has been playing Minecraft and visiting her bandmates at home.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181664.

Stray Kids' Bang Chan discusses new album

(Naver's V Live)

The third time was a charm for Bang Chan of Stray Kids, who finally managed to succeed in livestreaming the 55th episode of his solo live segment after two failed attempts due to a poor internet connection.

Coming back with a new episode after almost one month, he showed off his new hair color -- blond tinged with orange -- before chuckling embarrassedly at fans’ comments about the short clip featuring him covering 2PM’s “My House.”

“It was uploaded much faster than I expected,” said the musician, “but I am happy that you seem to like it.”

As for the band’s new album “SKZ2020,” he is glad they had a chance to come out with one packed with so many of their favorite songs, said Bang Chan, putting on “Voices.”

“This song is special to me,” said the leader of the band, saying he finds it especially moving when there is too much on his mind.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181722.

NCT 127's Yuta talks about ballad

(Naver's V Live)

Yuta of NCT 127 went live between practice sessions to answer more questions from fans not satisfied with chatting via Twitter.

“We will not be able to meet face to face for the time being so ask me anything here,” he said.

He thanked fans for supporting the new album “Neo Zone.” He loves all the songs from the album but if he had to choose one, it would be “Kick It,” the title track, said the performer.

Last week the band premiered the ballad “White Night,” and he acknowledged that it felt new singing so serenely on the stage.

“It was the first time for most of us although we are in our fifth year,” noted Yuta, confiding that he’d been quite nervous and had missed some notes.

“I did better when we were practicing,” he told fans with a sheepish chuckle, “as is usually the case.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181602.

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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