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[V Report] BTS’ Jimin, Jungkook make gimbap

  • Published : Jun 22, 2020 - 09:35
  • Updated : Jun 22, 2020 - 09:55

Broadcast date: June 21-22
Starring: BTS, Stray Kids, Ha Sungwoon, (G)I-dle

(Naver's V Live)

Jimin and Jungkook of BTS made some gimbap, or Korean seaweed rolls.

Jimin said instead of ordering food together with Army, the band's official fandom society, he has decided to make some. Jungkook reminded Jimin that they would need time to prepare the ingredients and the latter, with a bashful smile, said he will give them five minutes.

The pair went through the ingredients in front of them that ranged from the usuals -- such as sliced ham, fish cake and egg -- to the rather unlikely: pork belly.

They first made what they wanted for themselves and told viewers that they would try making those recommended by fans.

"I want one with pork belly," said Jungkook while Jimin said he prefers gimbap with egg, yellow pickled radish and lots of ham.

Jungkook had a hard time figuring out how to wear the apron. Jimin played a solemn music with matching face expression, put on the gloves and asked his bandmate: "Are you ready?"

After more than an hour, the two finally got to enjoy their rolls.

"Young people would definitely love yours," Jungkook told Jimin. As for his own pork-filled version, Jungkook proudly said, "you won't have to go to a meat diner."

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198654.

Stray Kids shares MV makings clip

(Naver's V Live)

Stray Kids offered a behind-the-scenes look at filming the music video for "New Menu," title track from their first full-length album "Go Live."

The eight-piece act started shooting the visuals surrounded by cranes and fork lifts after greeting the staffers with deep bows.

Han was the first to do his part but his lips went up when missed the timing for lifting his arm for the choreography. Han tried to explain himself while Hyunjin called out his name loudly, but also softly reminded the bandmate when to do the moves.

Bang Chan was full of excitement to finally be shooting the music video. Shooing off Lee Know, he told the camera about the new song.

"I believe this can show our special 'something,'" he said.

For a two-shot scene in a huge kitchen, Changbin and Han could not help cracking up. Hyunjin managed to finish the chopping choreography for the camera but almost flopped down to his knees as racing cars wheezed past right next to him.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198668.

Ha Sungwoon marks 500-day anniversary with fans

(Naver's V Live)

Ha Sungwoon went live from a car on his way home after an appearance in a music chart program.

He began the livestream belting out One Star's "Hello" and showing the lightstick, with a small cloud symbolizing his name inside a globe, flickering in his suit pocket.

Without any comments, the performer went on to sing for almost 40 minutes. The repertoire included his own "Bird" and "Riding." He also sang along and grooved to other musicians' songs such as Crush's "Nappa" and Zico's "Any Song."

Before turning off the camera, the former Wanna One member thanked Ha:neul, his official fandom community, for supporting him for the last 500 days, making hearts with his hands and fingers. The day also was the last day of Ha's promotion for "Get Ready," title track from his third EP "Twilight Zone."

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198689.

(G)I-dle's Miyeon chats with fans

(Naver's V Live)

Miyeon of (G)I-dle caught up with fans via Naver's V Live while waiting for her turn for a recording session.

"We've been on a break for quite some time and spending time so freely. So I've felt as if I had a lot of time but now that our concert is nearing, I can't keep my head straight although I actually am not that busy," she confided adding that it feels good. The group's first online concert is slated for July 5.

When fans asked her to drop some hints for the upcoming concert, she only said that there will be something new.

Meanwhile the idol thanked her fans once again for sending her handwritten letters.

"There are times when you feel down, and when I was in that place recently I read the letters from you. And it was such a comfort," she said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198702.

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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