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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan indulges fans' request

  • Published : Aug 31, 2020 - 14:04
  • Updated : Aug 31, 2020 - 14:04

Broadcast date: Aug. 30-31
Starring: Stray Kids, Tomorrow X Together, SF9, Oneus

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids welcomed fans to the 70th episode of his solo live segment.

He was amazed that it was already his 70th livestream. “How time flies,” he said, adding that he wanted to make it a little more fun and that this episode would be devoted to viewer requests.

He admitted that he was bare-faced, saying he would wear a mask if he could but decided not to so that his fans could see his face.

The idol asked Stay, the band’s official fandom community, to send in some song requests. A request came in for Stray Kids’ “Blueprint,” which he wanted to listen to as well.

“I really liked how the blue and white colors convey the concept of the song,” he said, adding that the band members had done good work to boot.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210419.

TXT's Beomgyu, Huening Kai enjoy chat

(Naver's V Live)

Beomgyu and Huening Kai of Tomorrow X Together had fun talking to fans together.

“We have been practicing, practicing and practicing,” they said, admitting that their daily routine was an infinite loop of “practice, eat and sleep” with a few language lessons thrown in. The band members were going back to school, said Beomgyu, and Huening Kai said he was happy that there would finally be some changes.

Some fans wondered if they planned to change the color of their hair, and both of them shook their heads.

“I think the natural color you’re born with is the most beautiful,” said Beomgyu, adding that he had inherited his father’s brown hair and had unusually light hair for a Korean. He’d dyed it black but his natural color was coming back, said the idol. Huening Kai burst into laughter when a commenter compared his bandmate’s hair to jjajangmyeon, Korean-style noodles with black bean sauce.

“We had Chinese takeout for lunch!” he said, looking at Beomgyu’s frizzy hair.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210386.

SF9's Taeyang wants to better connect with fans

(Naver's V Live)

Taeyang of SF9 caught up with fans with a 1 1/2-hour livestream.

He’d recently shared a playlist of as many as 309 songs, some well known and others so new that he hadn’t listened to them yet. He said he was happy that his fans were enjoying the music too.

Putting on a random song from the list, he asked viewers if they had seen the selfie he’d posted. He’d taken it when he had cool clothes on, he went on, and he’d had an appointment earlier in the day.

“I was all charming, although I cannot show you the results yet. It was all for you,” he chuckled. Many asked him about his ear cuff and the performer confided that he’d put it on to look nice for viewers, but it actually hurt.

“Let me take it off now that you’ve seen it,” he said apologetically.

Meanwhile, he was thinking hard about how to communicate with fans better. And he was “still thinking,” Taeyang said with a smile.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210407.

Oneus’s Seoho, Hwanwoong try cooking

(Naver's V Live)

Seoho and Hwanwoong of Oneus marked the 600-day anniversary of their debut with a cooking show.

After a celebratory round of applause, Seoho admitted he was nervous, but said that although the ingredients looked random they had been thinking about the menu for a while.

“The viewers may be perplexed to see what we’re doing with these,” said Hwanwoong, urging his bandmate, who was ready to pour leek-flavored cereal into a bowl of eggs, to slow down a little bit.

“Let me tell you in advance,” said Hwanwoong, “I’ve eaten quite a lot of chicken and am strictly here to sample the food, so please understand that my eating little does not mean that what he’s making is not delicious.”

Seoho asked Hwanwoong if he was implying that the cooking show was doomed, and told him to eat everything up.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210420.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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