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[V Report] Twice members unbox their new album

  • Published : Jun 5, 2020 - 16:43
  • Updated : Jun 5, 2020 - 16:43


Broadcast date: June 4-June 5
Starring: Twice, GOT7, ITZY, Victon

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(Naver’s V Live)

Dahyun, Tzuyu and Chaeyoung of Twice unboxed their newest album “More & More” which is the band’s ninth EP.

“This is actually my first time opening the album,” said Dahyun as the three opened the CDs in awe, wearing the same outfit as they did in the album.

While Chaeyoung got Dahyun for her first photo card, Dahyun and Tzuyu got Jihyo.

They read their favorite lyrics and went through their photos, poking fun at their poses of “desire” and admiring the artistic visuals at the same time.

In the middle of their unboxing, they realized the albums they had were limited editions and turned wide-eyed.

The three picked their favorite images from the album -- Chaeyoung picked one of hers holding a handful of strawberries. Dahyun picked the album’s cover image. Tzuyu, who wasn‘t able to pick one, chose an image of her with grapes after Chaeyoung convinced her it was the best one.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195111.


GOT7’s Yugyeon drops in to chat with fans

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(Naver’s V Live)

Yugyeon of GOT7 chatted with his fans and answered some of their questions at his new studio where he just moved in.

“I’m sweating a lot because there’s no air conditioning installed here yet,” he said when one of the comments pointed out how red his face was.

When the viewers asked if he had eaten, he shared he went to one of the local restaurants with his older brother and got spicy stir-fried meat as a take-out.

He also said he had been organizing his new studio all night so he wasn’t able to get a lot of sleep yesterday.

Many fans showed concern over his allergies. He thanked them for their sweetness and said it wasn‘t a problem at the moment though it comes and goes.

“I’ve been working hard to come up with good songs,” he said and promised that he’d drop in more often on V Live to chat before signing off.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195096.


ITZY’s Lia sings and shares her favorite pop songs

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(Naver’s V Live)

Lia of ITZY tuned in at the company’s vocal room on her own, after finishing group dance practice.

About the small scar on her forehead, she explained both in Korean and English that she noticed a tiny bump last night and accidentally scratched it which made it bigger.

“Other members made fun of the scar throughout the whole day,” she complained.

When a comment asked if she heard Twice‘s new song, she responded enthusiastically: “Of course! I watched it as soon as their music video was uploaded.”

With member Chaeryeong’s birthday coming up on June 5, Lia told the viewers that she planned a surprise for her a long time ago but couldn’t yet reveal what it was in case it ruined the surprise.

She then sang and hummed to “All Falls Down” by Alan Walker per fans’ request after hesitating for few seconds because she felt shy.

For song recommendations, she shared that she likes listening to “Roses” by The Chainsmokers, “Safe and Sound” by Capital Cities, “Someone You Loved” by Lewis Capaldi, “Best Part” by Daniel Caesar, “Lover” by Taylor Swift, “Malibu Nights” by LANY and “All I Ask” by Adele.

Watch the full clip at http://vlive.tv/video/195191.


Victon’s Seungsik celebrates first broadcast of “Mayday”

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(Naver’s V Live)

To celebrate the first broadcast performance of “Mayday,” Seungsik of Victon tuned in and shared some stories about the band’s latest album.

He was very satisfied with the stage and jokingly said, “I turned on V Live to get some compliments.”

After playing the track a few times, he expressed how much he liked its melodies especially with the intro verse.

About the music video of “Mayday,” he revealed there were actually two versions: the one that had been released with the actress, and another one with member Subin playing the female role.

Subin didn’t dress like a woman, Seungsik clarified, but he just acted the part.

He also shared details about his life, how he made the necklace he was wearing and that he wasn’t able to finish the TV series “Reply 1988” yet due to his tight schedule.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195186.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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