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[V Report] NCT Dream’s Renjun, Chenle catch up with fans

  • Published : Sept 11, 2020 - 10:51
  • Updated : Sept 11, 2020 - 11:38

Broadcast date: Sept. 10-11
Starring: NCT Dream, Tomorrow X Together, Seventeen, Stray Kids

(Naver's V Live)

Renjun and Chenle of NCT Dream livestreamed together for the first time in a long while.

“I promised that I would do mukbang,” but will keep it simple with some fruits including his favorite, grapes, said Renjun.

The singer is staying home except for hosting a radio show, he replied, thanking viewers who cheered him for the next day’s episode.

The pair laughed when a comment said that it is Mark and he wanted them to talk about their comeback. If there is anyone who would be watching the live broadcast, it would be Jisung, no one else, they agreed.

They were in for a surprise, however, as Mark called and protested that he actually was watching.

“It was a coincidence,” Mark admitted, “but I turned on the V Live and saw that these two were on. And as soon as I started watching they said I never would so I called right away.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212324.

TXT‘s Beomgyu enjoys chat over dinner

(Naver's V Live)

Beomgyu of Tomorrow X Together talked to fans while having dinner.

“There is Yeonjun right in front of me,” he told viewers pressing Yeonjun to say hi. Instead, the latter played guitar and sang a little before bursting into laughter while staying out of the camera frame.

Beomgyu confided that he was completely without makeup -- “I usually put on some concealer at least” -- and wondered out loud if it was okay. His skin used to break out when he was tired until he was 19 but luckily not anymore, he added.

When a viewer worried about taking it too slow and the idol assured that one should rest when you can.

“From the time when I was a trainee, I regret not going to Daegu every weekend very much,” he said.

As for his bucket hat, he said he needs to keep it on since he has just come from a dance practice and his hair is out of control.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212333.

Seventeen‘s S.Coups tries walking livestream

(Pledis Entertainment)

S.Coups of Seventeen did a brief “voice-only” livestream walking on the street.

He actually turned on the V Live application by mistake and turned it off quickly because he wanted the camera off, he explained. He is alone and is on foot headed for an appointment. As he is keeping his eye on the street, he will not be able to read all the comments, he said apologetically.

Some fans asked if he has seen Seungkwan’s live segment from two days ago that chronicled K-pop dance music for three hours and S.Coups said he did not.

“It just was too long ... and I probably would not know that many songs since I only listen to ballads,” he said.

He was almost at his destination when Mingi called and was relieved when the bandmate canceled the second call.

“He must have found out that I’m on V Live,” he said before bidding goodbye to fans.

Listen to the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212381.

Stray Kids discusses “Back Door”

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Stray Kids talked about “In Live,” a repackage of first full-length album “Go Live.”

“‘Go Live’ showed the raw side of us and ‘In Live’ will be a little more sophisticated,” said I.N.

They want to present their real selves and express themselves as they are not just on the stage but down the stage as well, and that thought became the main concept, explained Bang Chan.

Both Felix and I.N said that title track “Back Door” was their favorite and Han, one of the trio that made the song, confessed that he now trusts the reaction of his band members and himself.

“You had a taste of our music through ‘God’s Menu,‘ and if you want more of it, or are curious about us, then you can come and find out with ’Back Door,‘” said Bang Chan.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/212426.

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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