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[V Report] EXO’s Baekhyun talks to fans over late-night snack

  • Published : Jun 23, 2020 - 13:46
  • Updated : Jun 23, 2020 - 13:46

Broadcast date: June 22-23
Starring: EXO, Tomorrow X Together, GOT7, Seventeen

(Naver's V Live)

Baekhyun of EXO chatted with fans while enjoying a late dinner at home.

He showed everyone the food he’d ordered in -- Korean seaweed rolls with spam, thin cold noodles flavored with kimchi and spicy carbonara pasta -- and asked fans to share their choices with hashtags in the live chat room.

It had been a hot day, and he’d spent a long time deciding what to eat for dinner.

“I didn’t want to choose just one -- such a waste of an opportunity -- so I wanted a combination of delicious menus,” he told fans. He even consulted the friends he’d lived with for a year last year before ordering.

The musician acknowledged that he was in a good mood.

“I had a physical checkup today and the results came out good,” he said. “I had to starve myself yesterday, though. I was so hungry that I couldn’t sleep.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198871.

Tomorrow X Together ready for spy hunt

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of TXT were given a challenge in the 18th episode of their original segment: to find out which one was a spy.

Each of them had a brief chat with the producers. Taehyun went first, and while he was off camera the rest began guessing what they were supposed to do.

“All of us are so bad at acting,” acknowledged Soobin. If Yeonjun were the spy, they could easily find out, he added.

“I won’t be able to keep my face neutral,” admitted Yeonjun.

The quintet had to figure out who was the spy from hints earned carrying out missions. The first mission was to keep on singing for one minute without missing a beat.

Soobin had a go. But even before the song started, Yeonjun and Beomgyu started shouting nonsense and the leader lost his spot for a second.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/197654.

GOT7's Yugyeom shares recent work

(Naver's V Live)

Yugyeom of GOT7 took to V Live from his home studio as promised.

“I told you I’d be back on Monday, so here I am,” he said, smiling.

“I’m wearing a white T-shirt today so that I can show you Dal,” his all-black puppy, said the idol, excusing himself for a second to fetch the dog. He flipped the camera for a better view, but the dog slipped out of the frame.

“I really need a haircut, right?” he chuckled, looking at himself on the screen.

He is spending most of his time at home except when he takes his dog out for a walk, he said. And he is working on some more music, which he’s planning to upload on SoundCloud.

“Let me play a bit, with the volume low,” he said, putting it on for a few seconds before turning it off. He laughed when fans told him it sounded so much like him and said he was putting more thought into his work nowadays, adding: “I prefer music, like everything else, not too heavy but not too light.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198872.

Seventeen unveils "Left & Right" video

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Seventeen released the video for “Left & Right,” the lead track from the band’s seventh EP, “Heng:garae.”

The bandmates are bubbling with energy as they race each other and hoot out on the bleachers, riding bikes and dancing in circles. They even try launching a car into the space, albeit unsuccessfully, and maintain their high spirits while nodding and singing to the upbeat tune.

With the song, they said, they wanted to give a shout out to younger people who may feel as if they cannot see any exit even if they look left and right.

Woozi participated in writing the dance song, inspired by hip-hop from the 2000s, and Vernon co-wrote the lyrics. The 13-piece act presold more than 1 million copies of the six-track EP, a record for the band.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/198835.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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