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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan welcomes special guests

  • Published : Jun 4, 2020 - 12:58
  • Updated : Jun 4, 2020 - 12:58


Broadcast date: June 3-4
Starring: Stray Kids, Seventeen, Twice, Lee Chanwon

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(Naver's V Live)


Bang Chan of Stray Kids had Changbin and Han as guests for his solo segment.

He first told viewers that he, partly from feeling restless, had decided to go back to going live every week, from every month.

“I thought of starting the livestream at midnight, in time for the teaser of ‘Go Live,’” the band’s first full-length album, he went on, “but came a little early to not to keep you waiting for too long.”

After listening to “Slump” he made with Han, Bang Chan said he loves the words written by Han as he sympathizes a lot and he himself listens to the song often.

Then the rest of the songwriting trio within the boy band joined him and the teasing and joking started.

“I want to know if all of our fans have watched the trailer and the ‘prequel’ video,” said Changbin, “I could barely sleep!”

They were also excited about the upcoming second season of reality program, striking poses from the poster images that were uploaded earlier.

“I really love the concept!” said Bang Chan.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/194856.

Seventeen’s S.Coups, Hoshi dearly miss fans

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(Naver's V Live)


S.Coups and Hoshi of Seventeen dropped in briefly to say hello to fans.

“We are coming out with a new album on 22nd,” Hoshi began, “and we did something today.”

“And we liked how we looked so decided to come on V Live,” said S. Coups finishing the sentence.

The leader acknowledged that it had been a while since he last talked to fans on V Live. But the group has been busy preparing for the comeback, he said apologetically.

“We don’t get to meet you in person so we’re putting even more effort into any performance we may present,” said Hoshi.

The new EP will definitely be enjoyable, said S.Coups adding that it would be his personal favorite as it resonated with him the most. But at the same time will be less so since they will have to perform without fans present, said Hoshi.

“I already miss breathing the same air with our fans,” said Hoshi.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/194640.

Twice's Momo keeps fans up to speed

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(Naver's V Live)


Momo of Twice began her livestream by asking fans if they listened to the radio program she appeared as a guest on with Tzuyu and Chaeyoung.

“It was the first time we three did radio and I had so much fun,” she said smiling.

Some viewers commented on her nails, which seemed to be neatly trimmed and done in French manicure and the idol confided that they are natural.

“I haven’t done my nails in about a year actually. It can take as many as two hours and I just can’t work up the patience to sit tight for so long,” said Momo.

Her pet terrier Boo came and went during the over one-hour livestream, and she reminded her fans that she and the puppy will meet Kang Hyung-wook, a well-known dog trainer, in his television show.

As for the band’s new song “More & More,” she admitted that the choreography was exceptionally demanding.

“I am already drained when it’s time for the dance break and although I want to better, it’s physically impossible,” said the group’s main dancer.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/194661.

Lee Chanwon tests for being "insider" material

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(Naver's V Live)


Lee Chanwon, one of the stars from hit audition program “Mr. Trot,” answered a series of questions to see how sociable he is.

He is definitely all for adapting to a new environment. He has become a singer and a part of entertainment business, totally unprepared, but he is trying to get himself used to it.

He values relationships very much, he said, admitting that he is much afraid of losing people around him and try to be more cautious and more approachable.

His tip to make friends? Have a thick skin.

“There are people who are shy and not easily reachable but then I throw a bunch of questions to get to know that person better. But first, I have to open up and show my sincerity,” said the singer.

He also prefers to call than text as he loves chatting with people. Sometimes he stays on the phone for five to six hours and even fell asleep, Lee confessed.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/194623.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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