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[V Report] TXT’s Taehyun, Huening Kai enjoy ice cream

  • Published : Jul 24, 2020 - 11:59
  • Updated : Jul 24, 2020 - 11:59


Broadcast date: July 23-24
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, IZ*ONE, Treasure, Twice

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(Naver's V Live)


Taehyun and Huening Kai of Tomorrow X Together enjoyed a bowl of ice cream sporting headgears as a frog and a chick, respectively.

“I made fun (of Taehyun and Yeonjun wearing mice hats) and now I’m doing it,” muttered Huening Kai. He covered his face in embarrassment but burst into laughter after seeing the comments from fans who told him to be more confident.

They picked out four flavors from Baskin-Robbins -- Shooting Star, Rainbow Sherbet, Cherry Jubilee and Cotton Candy Crackle -- and after showing the quart container, they happily dipped in their spoons.

Huening Kai had tests earlier at school on both subjects, English and Japanese, they had lessons at the company. Taehyun said that he was reading fan letters before coming on to V Live.

“There was one fan who wrote more than a dozen pages of A4 paper with small letters,” he said, “and it was as if I was reading a thesis. Even I could not write that much about me.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204291.

IZ*ONE's Chaeyeon, Yuri say hello to fans

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(Naver's V Live)


Lee Chaeyeon and Cho Yuri of IZ*ONE took to V Live while eating a late-night snack of tteokbokki, or spicy rice cake.

“We were having some tteokbokki but wanted to see you so much!” Cho said after adjusting the camera to show what they were eating.

“You cannot resist helping yourself to some,” Lee pointed out and Cho admitted that she wanted to start eating at the same time as livestreaming but failed to restrain herself.

When a fan told Cho to stop eating sweets, the idol protested that she is actually having spicy food, poking her tongue out and making a funny face.

The two hopped from different topics that ran from Lee’s funny laugh and healthy taste to Kwon Eunbi’s new haircut. They also have been scouring online for their own embarrassing moments before coming on to V Live.

“We came upon one of my livestream on Instagram ... from 2017,” said Cho confessing that she could not bear to watch it to the end.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204373.

Treasure's Jaehyuk celebrates birthday

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(Naver's V Live)


The bandmates of 12-piece boy band Treasure went live on Naver’s V Live to mark the birthday of Jaehyuk.

“All the members and every one of you out there, thank you so much for celebrating together and sending me love,” said the birthday boy before blowing the candles on a cake with a huge smile.

“My wishes, as always, are to build a lot of memory with you and for us to stay healthy and make a successful debut,” he added.

With their debut set at Aug. 7, they are practicing every day and cannot wait to present themselves to their fans, said the youngest two, So Junghwan and Park Jungwoo.

After patiently waiting for everyone to take turns sharing their excitement about their forthcoming debut, Jaehyuk asked if the members have prepared the bags of presents themselves. Masiho was the first to give a present -- a pair of boxing gloves -- and Jaehyuk went through 10 more thanking everyone.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204347.

Twice's Sana checks in on fans

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(JYP Entertainment)


Sana of Twice livestreamed with a “voice-only” segment at wee hours after a long day.

“I haven’t been uploading much on Instagram or done any V Live recently, so here I am,” she said worrying if she woke up any fans.

She was taking a break and still has something to do but wanted to check in on fans.

“I may be able to go to bed at least before 4 a.m.,” said the idol.

She was happy that she can talk about the upcoming online concert as it has been officially announced.

“I was surprised to see the poster when I came on V Live,” said Sana. “We’re preparing really hard for the live show. There will be performances for songs that we haven’t shown yet,” she told fans.

“I believe that concerts are where we get together and have lots of fun,” she went on, “and I am really sad that we cannot meet in person but being able to do something like this also would be meaningful at a time like this.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204404.

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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