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[V Report] Stray Kids’ Lee Know shows how to dance

  • Published : Jul 3, 2020 - 14:07
  • Updated : Jul 3, 2020 - 14:07

Broadcast date: July 2-3
Starring: Stray Kids, Cho Seungyeon & Lee Jinhyuk, GOT7, Blackpink

(Naver's V Live)

Lee Know of Stray Kids gave a step-by-step dance tutorial for “God’s Menu.”

“I didn‘t say that I’ll be dancing today yet. I just came to the dance studio,” he said mischievously.

Assuring fans that they have plenty of time, he accepted a suggestion to look at the band‘s choreography practice video for “God’s Menu” that was uploaded several hours before. He chuckled at Han who made a heart and then ran away embarrassed.

He also agreed to watch Hyunjin‘s “Psycho” performance, a cover of the Red Velvet hit performed with other idols.

“He looks perfect with the long hair,” he said laughing, recalling how he watched his bandmate on stage from a waiting room.

The idol told fans that he would offer a tutorial for dancing to “God’s Menu” so that they could participate in the dance challenge.

“Last time I did ‘Dawn,’ not many of you actually tried no matter how hard I tried to teach you. So this time, please give it a shot and I‘ll reward you with lots of love,” he said smiling.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/200855.

Cho Seungyeon, Lee Jinhyuk talk new music

(Naver's V Live)

Cho Seungyeon and Lee Jinhyuk returned to “Idol Radio” with their first and second solo EPs, respectively.

The former Wanna One alums demonstrated their acting abilities, obliging to requests from show hosts GOT7‘s Youngjae and DAY6’s Young K to react to scenes from TV dramas.

Cho, a.k.a Woodz, said that he had his hands on every aspect of his first EP “Equal,” from the music to the visuals. Lee also participated in producing “Splash!,” which embodies many different sides of him and the moment of self-discovery.

“I saw his (online) showcase and there were four of him!” Cho said.

As for his title track “Bedlam,” Lee explained that it is an upbeat song that tells you to live the life as you wish.

“When you‘re stressed out, listen to this,” he added before performing it live.

Cho, in turn, sang “Waikiki” and Youngjae admitted that he has known the performer as Yugyeom’s friend and was surprised to watch him perform so well.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199706.

GOT7's JB shows his face

(Naver's V Live)

JB of GOT7 went live and this time, to the delight of his fans, the camera was on.

“Should I have showed my face more often?” he asked trying to keep up with the live comments from viewers.

He confessed that he turned the V Live on without much thought and did not know what to say. The musician agreed that he would like the band to hold an online concert but there was no plan yet. As for his mixtape, he has not not been working on it.

“My brain is sort of on a pause, probably in tune with the times,” he confided. He has been listening to a lot music these days, though, but has yet to find a song that hits him in the right way.

JB assured the viewers that he misses Agasae, the band‘s official fandom community, calling them his best friends. Looking at a comment saying that makes him with 200,000 best friends, he cracked up.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/200865.

Close look at Blackpink's hit songs: Kpop Herald

(Kpop Herald)

Kpop Herald reporters Yim Hyun-su and Kwon Yae-rim got behind the creative side of Blackpink, delving into the female K-pop sensation’s discography.

As of Thursday, the quartet holds five Guinness World Records for the music video of their newest single “How You Like That” including the most viewed YouTube video within 24 hours. Music videos of their previous hits also boast of record-setting views: “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du,” their most watched video so far, has amassed over 1.2 billion views.

The reporters started with their debut single “Boombayah” from 2016. With all the right elements, including a now-iconic “Blackpink in the area” tagline, the EDM-heavy dance number was a massive hit in South Korea.

The song shares their signature formula, absolute silence before the chorus and catch hook, while Blackpink evolved to shape its distinctive style with trap beats and hip-hop influence, said Yim Hyun-su, quoting music producer Azodi.

“How You Like That,” which was released on June 28, stays in line with their “winning formula” but is more melancholic and dramatic in the shifts of moods. It also is a visual feat with a modern take on Korean traditional costumes beautifully mixed with fresh, off-the-runway fashion.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/200724.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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