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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan happy for many reasons

  • Published : Jul 6, 2020 - 12:02
  • Updated : Jul 6, 2020 - 12:02

Broadcast date: July 5-6
Starring: Stray Kids, Seventeen, The Boyz, Monsta X

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids chatted and listened to songs as usual in the 62nd episode of his solo segment.

He first thanked fans for loving “God’s Menu,” title track from their first full-length album “Go Live,” for which the band made its latest television appearance.

“It is a shame that we could not perform it with you physically present in front of us, of course, but the fact that you have loved it so much alone is enough to make us happy,” he said.

“I also have seen many of you doing memes (of our songs) ... but today I saw a Stay doing a sign language version of ‘Phobia’ and I was moved. It seemed to have such deep meaning,” said the leader of the band. Stay is the name of the band’s official fandom community.

As per a viewer’s request, he played “Hello Stranger,” an original sound track for web drama “Pop Out Boy!”

“It was an honor to have such anopportunity,” said Bang Chan assuring fans that they will soon be able to listen to the full song.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/201270.

Seventeen in high spirits after triumphant gig

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Seventeen thanked fans after their final appearance on television promoting “Left & Right.”

They have picked up a string of trophies with the title track from their seventh EP and wanted to further express their gratitude.

“It was possible all thanks to you, Carats, and we’ll repay with better music from now on,” said Hoshi addressing their official fandom community.

“We have talked to each other how we wanted to give out positive energy with the song and I’m so glad that many of you seemed to have enjoyed it,” added Woozi who participated in writing both the lyrics and melody.

While Seungkwan carried on the chat with fans, S.Coups and Dogyeom began to feel mischievous and teased him how his part was the climax of the song. Starting with Joshua, the rest of the members joined and told him to do the “showering” moves in front of the camera again for viewers.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/201254.

The Boyz's Sunwoo ready to take next step

(Naver's V Live)

Sunwoo of The Boyz took to V Live after his dance practice.

“Even after the (appearance in) ‘Road to Kingdom,’ we’ve been practicing to further improve ourselves,” he explained. His freshly cut hair would have looked better if he styled it, and he thought of putting on a hat instead before ditching the idea.

“You have seen me in natural conditions many times already, right?” he said.

“Road to Kingdom,” the competition among K-pop boy bands, wrapped up with the 11-piece act as the winner. And now they are gearing up to present themselves with their original contents.

“A series of contents will be released and we’ll try to show the sides of us that have not been revealed yet,” said the performer. They are preparing a lot especially to show themselves take a challenge in terms of music, such as Jacob’s cover in “A to BOYZ,” he added.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/201244.

Monsta X's Hyungwon checks in on fans

(Naver's V Live)

Hyungwon of Monsta X said hello to fans after his vision-correction surgery.

“There were not many opportunities to talk to you since we wrapped up our promotion activities,” he began confiding that he recently had a dream about meeting Monbebe, the band’s official fandom community, at what looked like a concert.

The idol assured fans that he is all good now and is following the doctor’s instructions carefully. Bandmate Shownu also had an eye surgery but for retinal detachment and Hyungwon told viewers that he contacted the leader and told him to call anytime if he wants to while in the hospital since visits are not allowed.

“But he hasn’t called me yet,” said Hyungwon chuckling.

As he is spending more time at home these days, he is having quite a lot of “me” time, he said, “reflecting on how he has been living so far and looking ahead.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/201248.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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