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[V Report] ITZY’s Ryujin shares cookie recipe

  • Published : May 12, 2020 - 11:30
  • Updated : May 12, 2020 - 11:30

Broadcast date: May 11-12
Starring: ITZY, Stray Kids, BTOB, Cravity

(Naver's V Live)

Ryujin of ITZY went live at around midnight for her band’s now-daily livestream.

“As I’ve told you, I’ve been making cookies at home recently and today I’m going to share the recipe with you. It’s really easy, too easy to call it a recipe even,” she said.

Moving the camera to show the ingredients she had prepared, the idol explained that she’d come across the recipe while searching online, but after a few tries, found that she liked someone’s suggestion that she modify it by replacing oil with butter and milk.

“Add just a pinch of salt, and it tastes even better,” she advised, expertly grinding some into the mixture.

Ryujin chatted and consulted with fans about baking while kneading the dough and was gleeful when Yeji sent her a series of messages via a messenger app.

“She is watching this, and you can hear the vibration, right? She loves me this much,” she said, grinning.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190736.

Stray Kids' Seungmin talks about hair, Felix’s cooking

(Naver's V Live)

Seungmin of Stray Kids sported a new hair color in the sixth episode of his solo segment.

“I really like it,” he said, agreeing with fans that the purplish-blond color was a reminder of the cherry-colored hair he had when he debuted. The new color was half his idea and half someone else’s recommendation, he added, satisfying curious fans.

“I knew that you would call me grapes,” said the idol, smiling at the fans’ comments.

Meanwhile, he’d recently had a treat: a bowl of aglio e olio spaghetti cooked up by Felix.

“I, along with Changbin, said out loud at the residence that I was hungry. And Felix asked us if we wanted him to make something and whipped up three portions, along with some steak, and we enjoyed it a lot,” the idol said. Felix had also baked brownies for his bandmates and staffers the day before, Seungmin went on, and may be doing some online grocery shopping.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190720.

BTOB's Eunkwang cheers up fans

(Naver's V Live)

Eunkwang of BTOB sent a message of encouragement and consolation to fans.

“Let me eat first,” he said, relishing the salad and chicken breast after an at-home training session.

“I’ve realized that it’s not easy to eat salad,” he added.

Some fans asked him whether he knew that Apink’s Oh Hayoung had chosen him to carry on the relay messages to express gratitude to health care workers fighting COVID-19.

“I wanted to show my appreciation in some way and wanted someone to pick me,” he confided, thanking his fellow performer.

He soothed fans, admitting that it had been sad seeing off Hyunsik and Seongjae, who’d started their military service earlier that day, but said they should be proud instead.

“Serving in the military, I’ve felt it more acutely how we are here now thanks to those who gave their lives for the country,” said the musician, who was the first member of the band to enlist and who completed his duty last month.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190735.

Cravity celebrates official naming of fandom society

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Cravity congratulated themselves and the fans on the official launch of their fan club.

“We don’t know if you know but each and every one of us voted as well,” said the boys. While beating on the table and shouting excitedly, they revealed the name “Luvity,” calling out their fans by name.

“I voted for the name,” Woobin said, trying to continue as some bandmates protested that revealing it was against the rules. Leader Serim, in an effort to calm everyone down, took over and said, “We’ve been addressing you as ‘yeoreobun,’ but I’m so happy that we can now call you ‘Luvity.’”

“It makes me feel closer to our fans, like a friend,” added Allen, giving the name two thumbs up.

The nine-piece act went through fans’ comments and marked the occasion with a cake, with a single candle. Then they clapped and sang “Happy Birthday.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190730.

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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