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[V Report] The Boyz's New, Sunwoo discusses teaser images

  • Published : Sept 10, 2020 - 11:11
  • Updated : Sept 10, 2020 - 11:11

Broadcast date: Sept. 9-10
Starring: The Boyz, Taemin, Stray Kids, (G)I-dle

(Naver's V Live)

New and Sunwoo of the Boyz talked about teaser images and trailers for their upcoming EP “Chase.”

The 11-member boy band has released a series of still cuts and video clips for its fifth EP and lead track “The Stealer,” which are due to come out Sept. 21.

Some fans wondered if Sunwoo was sagging his pants low, and he admitted that he could see why.

“I rather pulled up the pants and flipped the waist inside out and tied, and coincidentally the white inside was placed around my hip line like underwear,” he explained, adding that he would not go that far.

Meanwhile, New talked about how all the bandmates get along without fighting.

“Maybe because we were forced to live together without getting to know each other first. I think it‘s better,” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212046.

Taemin debuts on V Live

(Naver's V Live)

Taemin surprised fans by taking to Naver‘s V Live for the first time.

He peeked into the camera between practice sessions and casually began his first livestream on the platform, murmuring to himself that it is not that different. He took off his black ball cap to show his tousled gray hair and with a grin asked viewers if they liked pineapples.

“I’m thinking of starting my own channel,” said the idol, promising that he would broadcast more often from now on. Keeping his face relaxed, he asked “stalkers” not to call him. He will never answer the calls and it will only make everyone, including himself, unhappy, he warned.

He also has prepared a comment in English: “Hello. How have you guys been doing? ... I‘ve put a lot of time and efforts in this album and you will see.” He continued asking everyone to stay safe and healthy to get through this time together.

“Don‘t snicker,” said Taemin, looking at the real-time comments and telling viewers to listen to “Criminal” from his new same-titled album, and to watch the music video as well.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212139.

Stray Kids float music video teaser

(Naver's V Live)

Stray Kids uploaded a teaser trailer for “Back Door,” the lead track from their forthcoming repackage album, “Go Live.”

The camera looks around a banquet dotted with people in suits holding glasses of Champagne and finds the bandmates dressed casually, ready to party in their own way.

At Bang Chan‘s signal, the band shows off their perfect choreography to strong beats of the focus track spiced up with sound effects. Their costumes switch from those inspired by Korea’s traditional hanbok to leather jackets fitting the fast pace of the song.

The festive number, written by 3Racha, the producing trio of the group leader, Changbin and Han, carries on the energetic atmosphere from its previous hit “God’s Menu” and invites fans to join the party through the back door. The repacked first full-length album will be fully unveiled on Sept. 14.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212196.

G(I)-dle's Minnie holds beauty chat with fans

(Naver's V Live)

Minnie of G(I)-dle chatted with fans about a range of topics, including hair color and skin problems.

“I was too natural last time so I put on some makeup today ... to be more pretty-looking,” she admitted with a big smile.

She thanked fans for the compliments on her bangs, which had grown quite a bit to almost reach her eyebrows. Some viewers asked if she wanted to dye her hair black, and the performer said that her hair was dark for a year before she bleached it. She does not want to switch it back too soon as it was not easy to get it to the light hue, she added.

Showing a small breakout on her cheek, she asked fans to share their know-how on keeping clear skin, wondering if the problem was not drinking enough water or wearing a mask all the time.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212184.

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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