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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan walks fans through new EP

  • Published : Nov 2, 2020 - 10:43
  • Updated : Nov 2, 2020 - 11:41

Broadcast date: Nov. 1-2
Starring: Stray Kids, NCT, WEi

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids enjoyed chats and listened to songs together with fans in the 78th episode of his solo segment.

Admitting that the last episode was a little hectic since he tried to listen to as many songs as possible, he began the day’s livestream with the band’s “All In.”

They had a lot of fun shooting the music video, he recalled.

“Especially with all the fire in the back ... it was slightly chillier than we thought but the fire kept us warm,” he said.

The band has come out with “All In,” its first EP in Japan, and while they were talking about it he wanted to listen to more songs from it.

As for “FAM,” the musician said that it was a new type of song for them and he was bashful about introducing it.

“We’d love to put this on the stage and have fun with you if we get to have a chance,” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221224.

Stray Kids’ Hyunjin serious about Among Us

(Naver's V Live)

Hyunjin of Stray Kids enjoyed a long chat with his fans on Naver’s V Live staying online for almost two hours.

He dressed up as a character from the Among Us video game for an presenting job on Halloween but it was not his idea. The staffers from the company suggested it first, knowing how huge a fan he is, the idol said with a proud smile.

Some told him that they liked how his ears peeked out from the hoodie of his second costume -- yes, he even changed costumes, red and then white -- and he confided that he decided to let out his ears since he could not hear what he was saying, let alone other people.

Some fans asked him to recommend songs for the rainy day and he asked them to share their playlists in turn.

“I actually dislike rainy days,” he confided. The rain makes him feel like he is melting and all soggy and he does not like the feeling of getting wet.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221178.

NCT tinkers with voice-changer on V Live

(SM Entertainment)

Jaehyun, Chenle, Jungwoo and Xiaojun did a “voice-only” live broadcast but used a voice-changing function on the application.

They were amazed by how their fans guessed which one was which even though they kept changing their voices.

When all of their identities were revealed, they turned off the function and said hello. They are in the car and will sing together for the first time as a unit for their fans, declared Chenle.

The four playfully came up with ideas for the name of the unit and Jungwoo said that all 23 bandmates of NCT have gathered to prepare something.

“Not NCT World 2.0, though,” said Chenle and listeners nudged him to give out some spoilers. He is too liable, the others said while Jaehyun demonstrated a subtler way to drop some hints -- how he ate after shooting something on his own and then as a unit.

Listen to the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/221183.

WEi too ready to be called rookie band: Kpop Herald

(Naver's V Live)

The six bandmates of WEi talked about their music with K-pop Herald reporter Hong Dam-young.

The name of the band means that they have come together and became one under music, Hong said introducing the boy band. They debuted only in October but do not look like rookies, having honed their skills and onstage personas through audition programs, she added.

“Twilight,” title track from the band’s debut EP “Identity: First Sight,” shows two sides of the members -- fierce wolves at night versus innocent dogs in daylight.

The whole song is full of energy but Hong asked them to tell if there is a part they had to point out as “underestimated.”

“Daehyun’s tonsils are really beautiful,” Donghan said with an amused smile recommending fans to keep an eye out for the leader when he belts out a note and bends backward to reveal the inside of his mouth.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/220816.

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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