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[V Report] Twice shares excitement for first online concert

  • Published : Aug 10, 2020 - 16:10
  • Updated : Aug 10, 2020 - 16:10

Broadcast date: Aug. 9-10

Starring: Twice, Oneus, Kang Daniel, NU’EST


Nayeon, Tzuyu and Sana greeted fans in the lead up to the group’s first virtual concert held on Sunday evening.

Clad in their concert outfits, the girls ramped up the excitement by sharing their feelings and thoughts on the upcoming show.

“We feel really nervous and are actually bit concerned, as it’s our first time to do a virtual concert as well. Even the process of preparing for it was different,” said Nayeon. She added that she sought a huge change in her hairstyle, bleaching it twice and even attaching a long pony tail.

“My family is also waiting for the show in our living room with my dogs. Some of you might be watching it with family too, right?” continued Nayeon.

Sana said that she hoped to put on a decent performance as fans of other acts might also watch the concert.

Twice’s first virtual concert “Twice ? World in a Day” was live-streamed worldwide through Naver’s V live at 3 p.m. (kst) on Sunday.

The group’s pay-per-view show is the first project from “Beyond Live Corporation,” a joint firm by S.M. Entertainment and JYP
Entertainment to nurture Naver’s Beyond Live into a global platform specializing in virtual concerts.

“So many people worked hard for this concert so that it could look great on screen. I think you will like it,” added Nayeon.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/207144

Oneus plays ‘To Be or Not to Be’ game


Oneus played a special game to give fans a a quick look at the group’s upcoming album “Lived.”

“So we are here today to give you a sneak peek into our next album,” said Seoho in a video clip that featured all six members.

Keonhee continued, “In our last concept film, we told you the story of us being banished into eternal night. In order to escape from it, we have gathered to make a choice, to be or not to be.”

Fronted by lead track “To Be or Not to Be,” the group’s fourth EP will tell a story that continues from the group’s previous release.

In the video, the boys played a game called “To Be or Not to Be” where they answered a series of questions by choosing between two choices. The chosen words then connected with each other to complete a story that became a hint for the new album.

“Lived” will be out on Aug. 19.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/207031

Kang Daniel shows how to decorate his photo cards


Kang Daniel showed off his artistic abilities by decorating his own photo cards.

The soloist took to V Live on Sunday evening clad in a baggy hood shirt and a black bucket hat. After addressing his past week of album promotion, Kang said, “It’s only been a week but there are still many other sides of me I haven’t shown you guys yet.What’s most important is your health, as the rainy season is getting longer.”

After some small talk, he showed various stickers and decoration tools on his desk and said that he would decorate his own photo cards from his recent “Magenta” albums. He took out several of them and shared behind-the-scene stories of each photo.

After finishing the artwork, he told viewers, “I know that you guys are good at drawing, so why don’t you take chance to decorate your photo cards as well?”

“Also, I’ve prepared some extra stuff related to ‘Magenta,’ so please look forward to it,” he added.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/207176

Minhyun of NU’EST feels blessed by his birthday wishes


Minhyun of NU’EST shared his gratitude for receiving tons of birthday messages.

The singer took to V Live during a break while shooting his drama in a van that was decorated with birthday balloons.

“I just had some time to turn the live on. The staff prepared these balloons for me in the early morning. Today is Sunday, and I think I received so many birthday wishes since Monday,” said Minhyun.

“It feels like I’ve been celebrating my birthday for a week. Thanks to all of you, it’s been such a great time. I also ate seaweed soup that my bandmates made for me.”

The multi-talented act will appear in the upcoming JTBC romance drama “Live On,” which is set to premiere in November.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/207146

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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