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[V Report] NCT Dream’s Jeno, Jisung recap online concert

  • Published : May 11, 2020 - 12:17
  • Updated : May 11, 2020 - 12:17


Broadcast date: May 10-11
Starring: NCT Dream, Twice, ITZY, G(I)-dle

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(Naver's V Live)


Jeno and Jisung of NCT Dream talked to fans after their online concert on Naver’s Beyond Live channel.

“‘The Dream Show’ has just ended and although we‘ve briefly chatted with fans who have purchased tickets, we wanted to talk more,” said Jeno, happy the event had gone smoothly.

Lest fans wonder where the rest of the bandmates are, Jisung explained they had removed their makeup and were afraid they may be in too stark a contrast with himself who did not. Jeno confided that he had taken off his eye makeup and if anyone could see him in person then, he would look like a panda.

“But you look the same. I can’t tell the difference,” Jisung exclaimed.

Jeno said he was slightly worried about performing live online as he believes that concerts are built up by both the performances and the fans’ responses. So he was all the more happy when he realized they could hear sounds from viewers via the platform, he said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190531.

Twice's Sana shows off cardigan she designed

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(Naver's V Live)


Sana of Twice surprised fans by taking to V Live without prior notice and saying hello on her way to work.

She showed her breakfast -- cheese gimbap -- and took a bite.

“It has been a while since I came on V Live and I wanted to show my face even for a short bit to you, Once,” she addressed the group’s official fandom.

She was considering uploading some selfies taken a while back but not shared, yet thought it would be better to livestream, especially because there have not been many chances to see each other, the idol said .

“Do you recognize this cardigan I’m wearing? I‘ll be sad if you don’t,” she said, moving the camera to let viewers have a better look at the pink knit item. Sana was happy to see that they knew it was from Twice’s merchandise range and even happier that it was her design.

“It’s pretty right? I love the color!” she said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190582.

ITZY's Yeji catches up with fans

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(Naver's V Live)


Yeji of Itzy chatted with fans on her own, carrying over the group‘s series of individual livestreams from Yuna.

She had tteokbokki and sundae for dinner, she said, reporting to fans that she enjoyed the medium-spicy tteokbokki.

“But I still don’t seem to have high tolerance for spicy food,” she said. Instead she is all for sauce, be it ketchup or mayonnaise for a hot dog or dressings for salad, invoking Chaeryeong’s concern with a sheepish smile.

“Suffice it to say that I need the dressing to eat the vegetables,” added Yeji.

Having more time on her hands, she has been watching some movies. She gave the thumbs-up to “Time To Hunt,” confiding that she loves action thrillers although she has to cover her eyes from time to time.

She also watched “Be With You,” she said, her face instantly evoking how heart-wrenching it was. The idol stopped herself from talking about the movie, though, covering her mouth to stop from spoiling the film.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190545.

G(I)-dle's Miyeon, Shuhua happy to chat online

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(Naver's V Live)


Miyeon and Shuhua of G(I)-dle went live to chat with fans, demonstrating their chemistry that had earned them the nicknames of “Tom and Jerry.”

When viewers spotted a bandage on Shuhua’s finger, the performer vented about how she had ordered dog bowls online and two out of the three came broken.

“She got hurt while opening the package,” added Miyeon.

The pair chatted some more and played silly games before Miyeon left for about half an hour.

Shuhua tried to find the best light in the room but, not satisfied, walked around the company building, taking viewers along down the stairs.

“When I was feeling down as a trainee, I used to cry here. One day, I was sobbing on the stairs -- on the verge of quitting -- and Soyeon happened to be nearby and came over to hug and console me,” she recalled.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190526.

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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