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[V Report] NCT’s Haechan to stalker fans: “We are so stressed out”

  • Published : Jun 7, 2020 - 17:23
  • Updated : Jun 7, 2020 - 17:23

Broadcast date: June 6 - 7
Starring: NCT, GOT7, Stray Kids, Twice

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(Naver's V Live)
While celebrating his birthday on V Live, NCT’s Haechan pleaded avid fans to refrain from stalking behavior.

“We appreciate that you like us, but there are people who wait outside our dorm,” the 20-year-old singer said sighing.

“All the nine members and NCT Dream feel stressed out. To be really honest with you, it’s so tough,” he said.

“I know you will still come even after my message since we’ve pleaded with fans and toldd them in person, to no avail.

“Saying ‘it’s OK that we are uncomfortable’ is such a weird response, right? We just want to rest in a place where we can,” the singer
said.

“I know it’s because you like us so much … ,” the NCT member said before stopping himself.

“If you like us, it’s even harder to understand that behavior.”

The singer also added there had been multiple complaints from residents.

This is not the first time an idol had stern words for stalking behavior.

In December, V of BTS said during a live stream on V Live that the group had to fly on chartered flights after stalker fans continued to invade their privacy on a regular flight.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195634

Yugyeom of GOT7 keeps things casual

Yugyeon of GOT7 went on V Live to chat with fans over the weekend.

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(Naver's V Live)
Playing British band the 1975’s music in the background the singer talked about a wide range of topics including who he lives with and his favorite ice cream flavor.

“I live with my older brother,” the singer said.

“I love the chocolate flavor but I like most flavors I think.

As the singer kept things casual, one fan jokingly said, “You are interrupting my workout,” to which the signer responded, “Oh I’m sorry.”

When another viewer wanted him to share a tidbit, he revealed the takeaway he ordered, which was dak-galbi ? a spicy stir-fried chicken dish.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195602

I.N of Stray Kids breaks V Live hiatus

I.N made an appearance on Stray Kids’ V Live channel nearly 1 1/2 months since he last appeared.

Cracking a smile and wearing a baggy grey T-shirt, the singer seemed upbeat as he said it was a little awkward to be on camera since it’s been a while.

“Last time I did glass decoration so today I’m just taking it easy and going to chat during this broadcast,” he said.

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(Naver's V Live)
When one fan asked what he was drinking, he paused briefly before saying, “It’s water, of course.”

Another fan asked the 19-year-old singer when he was going to take a graduation picture, to which he answered, “Not sure when exactly but I definitely want to take it.”

“It’s not that I haven’t taken graduation pictures before but I want to do it with my friends.”

The singer sounded determined as schools across the world find new ways to hold graduation ceremonies, for instance online or outdoors, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’ll do my best to make that happen,” the singer sounded resolute.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195604

Momo of Twice goes all flower power for More & More

It was all flower power for Momo of Twice as she explained the group’s new single “More & More” in a new video clip on V Live.

In the two-minute long interview clip, the singer was seen posing for the camera during a recent photo shoot for the new album.

“At the moment, I think we are just taking pictures of me acting naturally in nature,” the singer said as she smiled while wearing a frill dress.

“We are working hard practicing the choreography but it’s quite hard since it’s complicated,” the singer said ahead of the album’s release.

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(Naver's V Live)
The video of the latest in their “Wanna have More” series focusing on each member of the group behind the scenes, which is available on V Live.

The video for the lead single from Twice’s latest album “More & More” has racked up over 70 million views as of Sunday since its release on June 1.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195644

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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