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[V Report] BTS’ J-Hope makes bracelet for fans

  • Published : Jun 25, 2020 - 12:13
  • Updated : Jun 25, 2020 - 12:23

Broadcast date: June 24-25
Starring: BTS, NCT Dream, Tomorrow X Together, GOT7

(Naver's V Live)

J-Hope of BTS went live and continued weaving more beaded bracelets, this time for members of the BTS Army, the band’s official fandom community.

“I’ve said things ... so here I am,” he said, confiding that he had not expected to livestream a third episode focused on making bracelets. He had made bracelets for his bandmates in the previous two episodes.

“I’m going to make one today, so it won’t take long,” he assured, while admitting that he still wasn’t good at it.

The artist asked viewers to share as many ideas as possible and agreed that the main color should be purple.

“Who knew that purple would have such significance for us?” he said.

He went through the beads to find a yellow face, and he used it to make a smiling flower. He made another flower and in between he added cubes with letters on them, spelling out “Army” and “BTS.”

J-Hope welcomed V when he dropped by and asked for his help finding the letters he needed, but V told him he was in the middle of a recording session and left with a quick wave to fans.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199251.

NCT Dream's Jisung, Chenle spar about spoiler

(Naver's V Live)

Chenle and Jisung of NCT Dream went live together.

“You know why we’re here together?” asked Jisung. Chenle wasted no time answering, acknowledging that they had filmed some content together.

Jisung laughed, resigned, and muttered, “Why don’t you tell (everyone) what it was about while you’re at it?” Seeing Chenle beginning to speak up, however, he rushed to cover his bandmate’s mouth.

“Dropping a spoiler may be fun at the time, but it actually spoils the moment when you actually watch it,” Jisung reminded Chenle, who seemed reluctant to let go.

Chenle showed off some pictures he’d uploaded on social media, and Jisung was momentarily at a loss for words.

“I was just fooling around,” said Chenle.

“Your face is what gives it away,” he chided, turning to the camera to say Jisung was just acting. Jisung’s reaction to random comments actually is a hint, said Chenle.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199236.

Tomorrow X Together's Soobin turns into kitty

(Naver's V Live)

Soobin of TXT took to V Live between practice sessions, with a bowl of ice cream.

“Many of you told me when I was doing the online fan meet that I should order five shaved ices a day or eat ice cream for breakfast, lunch and dinner, worrying a lot that I seem to have lost weight,” he said.

To say that was the reason he’d brought the ice cream would be an excuse, though -- he just wanted some, said the idol, smiling. He weighs the same as before but eats much better, he assured fans.

After finishing the ice cream, he did some face painting for viewers -- his signature content for his solo segment. Soobin wanted to try Olaf from “Frozen,” but seeing that many fans were worried about him painting his whole face white, he settled for a kitten.

After a few attempts at coloring the tip of his nose black and making it look pointy, he protested: “It is not easy doing it on your own. You’ll know when you try it!”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199269.

GOT7's JB talks about music

(Nylon Korea)

JB of GOT7 came to talk to his fans in a “voice-only” V Live. He promised to let them go to bed early, but kept talking for almost an hour and a half.

“It is more comfortable doing a voice-only livestream,” he said, appeasing fans who wanted to see his face as well.

He has been working on something other than songs and dances these days, he said when some asked him if he could upload a video of himself dancing.

“I’ll share one if I have a chance,” he said.

The band leader, who has been writing songs for the seven-piece act, was hesitant to say when it was coming out with new music. Jinyoung had already hinted that the title track had been decided, fans prodded him.

“I did write some but for the next EP, I didn’t turn any in since I felt they were not right for the color of the EP,” he confided.

Listen to the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/199317.

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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