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[V Report] EXO’s Kai unboxes his first solo album

  • Published : Nov 29, 2020 - 18:52
  • Updated : Nov 29, 2020 - 18:52

Broadcast date: Nov. 28-29

Starring: EXO, ATEEZ, NCT U, GOT7

EXO’s Kai gives sneak peek of his first solo album

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Kai of EXO took to V Live to unbox his first solo album.

“I’m here to show you guys something very interesting, which is the physical copy of my first solo album!” said the EXO singer.

“It’s my first time looking side of it as well. I don’t know which photos have been selected either. It feels very weird to see these albums with my own eyes,” he added.

Looking excited, he picked the “X” version of the album and started flipping through it.

“Look at these photos, don’t they look like an advertisement? The shooting was really fun. I think I’m going to hang those posters up
on my room wall,” he said.

The singer went onto show some of his favorite photos, filling in fans with some personal details and episodes related to the shootings.

“Today’s Saturday, right? I worked hard today, and I will work hard tomorrow and the day after tomorrow as well. Please look forward to my first solo work,” he added.

Kai is set to drop his ever-first solo album “Kai” on Nov. 30. The album will feature six tracks.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/225665


ATEEZ’s Seunghwa shares his favorite song

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Seunghwa of ATEEZ shared one of his favorite songs.

“I’m here before practice to chat with ATINYs. Do you know where I’m at right now? Actually, I got employed, so I’m at my company,” said Seunghwa with a small banter.

While answering fans’ questions, the singer played a song that he introduced as one of his favorite songs.

“It’s called ‘At My Worst,’ and I got to listen to it for the first time one morning by chance, and it really fit well into that morning vibe. I’ve been into it ever since,” he said.

Seunghwa continued sharing his personal details, that he’s been collecting figures in his dormitory.

“I recently developed a hobby of decorating my room. So I bought this three-story display case that lights up, and it’s my goal to fill all those three stories,” he added.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/225643


NCT U’s Renjun recommends winter song for fans

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Renjun of NCT U recommended a warm ballad song to brace up for coldness.

The singer took to V Live by himself, saying that he was supposed to do it with Jisung but their schedule didn’t cross path in the end.

“I didn’t bring any concrete plan for what to say. I just wanted to have a casual, natural conversation with you,” said the singer.

In the midst of the broadcast, Renjun started singing “My Everything” by NCT U, featuring vocalists Xiaojun of WayV, Taeil of NCT 127 and Renjun.

“I really love this song. When I first listened to its demo version, it wasn’t that cold outside. But now the winter has come, I was listening to this song while walking on the street in the cold weather, and suddenly everything around me looked so warm, even the ornaments from stores,” he said.

“It felt like being protected by somebody against coldness. I think Xiaojun and Taeil did a great job in interpreting the song,” he added.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66_1792pYww


Get ready for GOT7’s ‘Breath of Love: Last Piece’

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With its comeback just around the corner, GOT7 dropped a highlight medley video of its upcoming “Breath of Love: Last Piece” album.

Marking the group’s first full-length album in two years, the album features double lead tracks “Breath” and “Last Piece.” Partially written and composed by Youngjae, “Breathe” was released on Nov. 23, prior to the album’s official release.

According to the bandmates, the forthcoming album features a more progressive participation of the group, as lead track “Last Piece” was crafted by band leader JB himself.

“Breath of Love: Last Piece” features a total of 10 tracks, such as “Born Ready,” “Special,” “Wave” and “Waiting for You.” The album is set to drop on Nov. 30.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/225709

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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