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[V Report] NCT 127’s Taeyong shows off fake scars

  • Published : Jun 8, 2020 - 11:54
  • Updated : Jun 8, 2020 - 11:54

Broadcast date: June 7-8
Starring: NCT 127, Tomorrow X Together, Super Junior, DAY6

(Naver's V Live)

Taeyong of NCT 127 went live from his room after appearing on a music chart program.

He still had his makeup on -- he’d performed with fake scars -- and joked that he’d fallen on the stairs and the wounds on his face stung.

“I wanted to let you see these ... so I persevered ... and didn’t wipe them off,” he explained later, saying the fake scars were too good to waste.

The idol thanked the Seasonies, NCT’s official fandom society, for supporting the unit by promoting “Punch.”

Baekhyun beat the band, landing the top spot on the program with “Candy,” and Taeyong told viewers that he was happy for the musician, who is also his bandmate in Super M.

“Having a senior along the way … reminded me what a good feeling it gives me being the junior,” he said.

While helping himself to a bowl of penne pasta that he’d ordered in, the performer chatted with fans about a range of topics -- from covering Baekhyun’s music to his preference for acoustic music these days.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195673.

Tomorrow X Together full of questions for fans

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of TXT went live from the waiting room of a broadcasting station, eagerly asking fans for feedback about their work.

Yeonjun was bashful in his tight black outfit, and Hueningkai offered him his jacket so he could cover up. But Yeonjun said no in a resigned tone, adding that he had already performed in the tight outfit.

The quintet asked viewers if they had watched “Puma,” a follow-up to “Can’t You See Me?” from the unit’s new EP. Then came more questions: How had they liked it? Had they watched all three stages? Were they cool enough?

They were happy to see comments saying they looked like pumas. They nodded in response and said that was the highest compliment. They also agreed with viewers who commented that Hueningkai, the youngest, had matured a lot.

The bandmates were amazed that everyone in the unit would be an adult next year. All had been underage when they first met.

“Soobin used to come to the practice wearing his backpack,” recalled Hueningkai.

“He always wore it in the front and was munching some snacks,” Yeonjun added.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195659.

Super Junior's K.R.Y trio comes out with 1st EP

(Naver's V Live)

Ryeowook, Yesung and Kyuhyun of Super Junior shared behind-the-scenes footage from the making of their first EP as a trio.

Not everyone would know about K.R.Y, said Ryeowook, adding that he would love to share with fans the whole process of recording and shooting music videos.

“There were songs we sang together as a unit, but this is the first time we’re coming out with an EP,” he added.

“It was in 2006,” recalled Yesung, “and it was the first time a unit was formed in a K-pop idol band.”

They’d already released two singles in Japan and felt they had kept many fans waiting for too long, said Kyuhyun.

“I’ve always dreamed of becoming a ballad singer but happened to be part of an idol group,” Ryeowook confessed. The unit had helped him realize his childhood dream, in a way, he said.

Each of the three had a song -- Ryeowook is the main vocalist for “I Can’t,” while Yesung leads “The Way Back to You” and Kyuhyun carries “Way to Busan.” This video gave fans a peek into their recording sessions.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195585.

DAY6 celebrates 3rd anniversary

(Naver's V Live)

Young K, Wonpil and Dowoon of DAY6 marked the third anniversary of My Day, the band’s official fandom community.

They sang “Happy Birthday” and then Wonpil made a garland and the other two blew up balloons to decorate the wall.

“I feel a little dizzy ... let me take a break,” said Young K after blowing up a huge balloon shaped like a three.

They jokingly asked viewers to blow out the candle on their cake and make a wish.

The trio then answered a series of questions that included what came to mind when they thought of their fans. They all agreed that turquoise -- the color of their second EP, “Daydream” -- was the first.

“The word ‘love’ also springs to mind,” Young K said. “In a form that I’ve not known before, I believe.”

Wonpil said he would like to play the piano and sing on V Live in a mini-recital. Dowoon wanted to share his love of the drums, and maybe watch videos of drummers with the fans.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/195670.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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