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[V Report] BTS celebrates 2 big events

  • Published : Sept 2, 2020 - 11:05
  • Updated : Sept 2, 2020 - 11:52

Broadcast date: Sept. 1-2
Starring: BTS, Tomorrow X Together, Super Junior, G(I)-dle

(Naver's V Live)

The members of BTS celebrated claiming the No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart with “Dynamite,” setting a record for themselves as well as for all K-pop acts.

But first, they sang “Happy Birthday” to Jungkook while Jimin brought out a cake topped with a small cutout of the birthday boy.

“Your wish may not come true since you missed one,” Jin joked when Jungkook missed a candle while blowing them out.

The band members commented that it was a big coincidence that they topped the US chart on Jungkook‘’s birthday, and the group‘s youngest member said that it was the best birthday gift ever. Jungkook voice sounded a bit husky from crying after hearing the news, RM told viewers.

“I shared the news via our group chat and nobody even answered!” RM lamented and Jin protested that he did. After Jimin lheard the news, he called RM in the middle of the night and cried.

“I did cry a lot. Probably up until 5 in the morning,” admitted Jimin.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210698.

TXT's Yeonjun, Huening Kai relish pho

(Naver's V Live)

Yeonjun and Huening Kai of Tomorrow X Together showed that they are opposites when it comes to enjoying bowls of pho during their livestream.

“The day has finally come when I can have pho while broadcasting live,” said Yeonjun happily. A long-time fan of the Vietnamese noodle soup, he has a specific way of eating it, he said, starting by adding onion.

“Oh, but you don’t eat onion, right?” he asked Huening Kai who nodded with a bashful grin.

Yeonjun told viewers that he ordered extra beef and would skip the coriander. Instead, he goes for extra onion, mixed with hoisin sauce, the sweet and salty dipping sauce that usually comes with pho.

Huening Kai, on the other hand, keeps it really simple: just add the broth to the noodles topped with some beef.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210812.

Super Junior's D&E tries finding common ground

(Naver's V Live)

Donghae and Eunhyuk of Super Junior went back through their time together marking their return as a duo D&E.

Eunhyuk was baffled by a question asking if he remembered the first time he met his partner and was surprised that Donghae still had a vivid memory of the moment.

“It was winter and I was a second grader in middle school. I took a bus to the company and the staff brought me to the cafeteria telling me that there are friends that they wanted me to meet. I opened the door and there was Eunhyuk ... with some other trainees,” said Donghae. Although he knew that they did not debut yet, they seemed, to him, like celebrities, he added.

The pair has been through thick and thin over the past two decades but they have little in common in terms of their lifestyle. When pressed, Eunhyuk said that they both tend to be late for appointments and do not like to do anything.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210501.

G(I)-dle's Minnie talks beauty

(Naver's V Live)

Minnie of G(I)-dle took to V Live from the studio for a chat.

“I‘m at the practice studio but am not doing anything,” she said with a smile.

She was wearing a hoodie as she is trying not to wash her hair too often to preserve her hair color. Every time she washes it, the color fades, but washing it with cold water helps.

The performer showed off her nails done in pink polish with tiny red hearts near the tips, admitting that it is time to get a manicure. She asked viewers to recommend what she should do next, and was glad to see that many suggested light purple especially since her toenails are the same color.

Miyeon joined her in the studio later to say hi to their fans.

“Are you having fun hanging out with Minnie? It was not much fun, right?” Miyeon asked with a teasing smile.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/210742.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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