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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan full of pride

  • Published : Jun 29, 2020 - 13:45
  • Updated : Jun 29, 2020 - 13:45

Broadcast date: June 28-29
Starring: Stray Kids, Seventeen, Tomorrow X Together, The Boyz

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids had a lot to talk about in the 61st episode of his back-to-back weekly solo segment.

Going through the live chat room, he first thanked Stay, the band’s official fandom community, for the good news: “God’s Menu” music video gathered 50 million views on YouTube in about 11 days since release.

He also commented on Changbin’s appearance in “King of Masked Singer.”

“I knew he was going to do well ... but still seeing him (on TV) I was so proud,” said the idol praising his bandmate on how beautiful he sang.

As for Hyunjin’s collaborative cover performance of Red Velvet’s “Psycho,” aired on Friday, he said all four same-aged musicians showed their own color as well as a good chemistry.

“But Hyunjin definitely had his own something, right?” he said with a smile.

The leader of the band was in a celebratory mood for many reasons, especially because many fans liked “God’s Menu,” so he picked it as the first song of the day.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199917.

Seventeen dearly misses fans

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Seventeen went live after appearing in a music program calling out Carats, their official fandom community.

After apologizing for glitches due to unstable internet connection, they reported that they have successfully wrapped up the first week of promoting “Left & Right,” title track from their seventh EP “Heng:garae.”

They also thanked their fans for making the EP a million-seller only five days after release.

“Mingyu was so cool today especially at the end,” complimented Hoshi before teasing the bandmate that his blue, white and black T-shirt reminded him of the BMW logo.

Although it was good to be back onstage with such upbeat songs, they are sad that they cannot see their fans face-to-face, said Dino.

“We miss hearing your voice so much,” added Mingyu.

“We had an activity yesterday at which a recording of you rooting for us was played. Even just hearing that made me feel so strange,” confided S.Coups.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199869.

Tomorrow X Together surprises fans with video

(Naver's V Live)

TXT unveiled a new narrative with a music video for “Eternally,” the sixth track from its second EP “The Dream Chapter: Eternity.”

It was more of a short film, though, that lasts for almost 20 minutes to the delight of their fans who must have been missing them after they wrapped up the promotion for the EP.

In the first of the seven parts, titled “Night of the Last Day,” the five members gaze into space standing on what is left of the world. Soobin finds himself holding a mysterious-looking book and walks up to the rest but stumbles when Yeonjun turns around to see him with a bleeding face.

The leader is thrown back to the real-life setting in the dance studio and the visuals and plot jump back and forth between the real and surreal, seamlessly incorporating animation and computer graphics.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199932.

The Boyz' Eric ready to say bye to glasses

(Naver's V Live)

Eric of The Boyz took to V Live before practice donning a pair of black-rimmed glasses.

“I’m going to keep this short because I’m wearing glasses and am embarrassed,” he said covering his face with both hands with a small shriek.

“Sometimes when I look in the mirror and see myself with glasses, I’m startled myself. I’m still not used to it,” he confided adding that he has been trying not to wear them in front of the fans and this may be the last time to see him with glasses.

He has had the biggish glasses for about seven years and brought them to Korea.

“I didn’t like these since they are a little too big and got another pair that was smaller and somewhat similar to Harry Potter’s,” the performer told viewers. But he stepped on and broke them and lost another pair, and is back to these.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199861.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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