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[V Report] TXT gobbles up convenience store food

  • Published : Jul 28, 2020 - 13:54
  • Updated : Jul 28, 2020 - 13:54


Broadcast date: July 27-28
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, Monsta X, SF9

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(Naver's V Live)


Soobin, Yeonjun and Beomgyu of Tomorrow X Together enjoyed a big dinner that they scored from a convenience store.

Yeonjun and Beomgyu made fun of Soobin who has recently become an emcee for a television music chart program telling him to initiate the greetings for them.

The three agreed that food from convenience stores are the best and said that they are trying new flavors of instant cup noodle at the suggestion of Beomgyu.

Beomgyu finished his noodles first, surprising Soobin, who was still mixing the spicy sauce into his noodles.

“It was my first meal of the day,” said Beomgyu, adding that he chose to sleep over eating lunch.

Yeonjun prodded Soobin to talk a little about his first attempt at hosting a show and the latter chuckled and confided that all he did for an hour was apologize. Yeonjun assured him that he did well before admitting that he could see Soobin’s hand shaking.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204931.

TXT accepts its fate

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(Naver's V Live)


The bandmates of Tomorrow X Together continued clearing missions to realize their wishes in the 23rd episode of their reality program.

For the fourth round, each member was given a tray of foods, ranging from tteokbokki to sandwiches, and they were challenged with having to find differences between the actual food and the images shown to them.

Beomgyu turned out to be the best at spotting the differences-- “I’m so observant!” -- easily getting four out of five of his problems right and helping other members with theirs. Yeonjun, on the other hand, picked the hardest foods and after failing miserably a few times, gave up and ate his gimbap and ramyeon. They managed to find 20, though, and earned a chance to make a change to the roulette of their wishes.

For the next round, the quintet took turns explaining a given word with emojis. They sounded unsure of themselves but breezed through the questions in no time.

When the roulette started spinning, all of the bandmates held their breath and let out a deep sigh of relief when they saw that they all were in it together. They could not believe how unlucky they were when the pointer stopped to tell them to work hard twice in a row.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204164.

Monsta X's Jooheon invites fans over to studio

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(Naver's V Live)


Jooheon of Monsta X took to V Live from his own studio and listened to some music while chatting with those who tuned in.

“I feel awkward livestreaming after such long while,” he confided while showing off stuff in the, studio such as a big nameplate that said “Singer, Lee Juheon,” a Marvel-themed chair -- “I‘m a huge fan” -- and a small photograph of his younger self.

He beckoned viewers to request songs they wanted to hear from the band’s discography.

“I have a huge collection of songs on my computer, such as the guide tracks from some [of our songs]. Actually there are too many files here that I need to organize them, but it‘s so hard,” he said.

He sounded a little hoarse because he had just come back from recording.

“A little present for you, Monbebe,” the idol went on, addressing the band’s official fandom community, “I cannot tell you what song it is yet but I‘m sure you’ll like it.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204963.

SF9's Youngbin repays fans with cute hair

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(Naver's V Live)


Youngbin of SF9 caught up with his fans in his weekly solo segment.

He woke up at dawn to shoot an ad for Evisu, a Japanese denim brand, and the photo shoot ended at around three.

“I agonized over wiping off my makeup. Those of you who put makeup on know the stuffy feeling,” he confided. As for his heart-shaped bangs, he said that he had a reason.

Youngbin checked the notification he put on for the livestream and saw that his fans had already started sending in hearts -- 27 million and counting -- only seven minutes into the live broadcast.

“I saw that Dawon got 100 million last week on his birthday ... I didn‘t want to pressure you with my V Live but saw that you already have, so in turn, I made my hair into a heart,” he said smiling.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/204834.

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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