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[V Report] TXT decorates photo cards

  • Published : Sept 18, 2020 - 12:14
  • Updated : Sept 18, 2020 - 12:14

Broadcast date: Sept. 17-18
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, Treasure, ITZY, AB6IX

(Naver's V Live)

All the Tomorrow X Together bandmates gathered for a session where they decorated photo cards.

Each artist had a selfie printed on a transparent sheet and had to personalize it with stickers and drawings, Soobin explained. Huening Kai said the activity didn’t seem that difficult, but then the band leader pointed out that Huening Kai’s photo card was upside down.

“Not going overboard is the key,” Beomgyu said, and Huening Kai joked that he would use just one sticker and then be done.

Keeping his eyes on the craft project, Taehyun prodded Yeonjun -- whose birthday was earlier this week -- to tell viewers about his present. Taehyun gave him a cushion massager, said Yeonjun.

“I woke up in the morning and the gift was there above my head,” said Yeonjun.

“Like from Santa,” added Taehyun.

Scrolling down to follow the live chat with viewers, Beomgyu wondered out loud if the band would be able to see Moa, its official fandom community, in person. Everyone thought for a second before Yeonjun muttered that he suddenly felt sad.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/213533.

Treasure has game character brainstorming session

(Naver's V Live)

Four members of Treasure asked fans for ideas for “Treasure Studio,” a collaborative project between the band and Line. The messenger service intends to nurture game characters based on the bandmates.

“This is the first time in my life I’m in charge,” said Junkyu, who was designated team leader, admitting that he was sweating from nervousness.

They began by updating their fans on the character development so far. Apologizing because he could only give out a few keywords -- even a rough sketch would have been too much information -- Junkyu said his character was very simple and was closely connected to a heart.

His teammates nudged him for another hint, but when Junkyu blurted out “skeleton” they were taken aback and said it might have been better to draw it.

Haruto said his character was “unexpectedly” cute, “like a marshmallow,” and Park Jungwoo declared that his had a bandage.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/213508.

ITZY's Yeji shares excitement over good news

(Naver's V Live)

Yeji of ITZY went live from her bunk bed, thanking fans for sending the band to the top of a weekly music chart program with “Not Shy” for three consecutive weeks.

“It was totally unexpected, especially since we’ve wrapped up our promotion,” she went on, clapping. “We could not believe it when we heard the news and kept asking if it was really us.”

While shooting the music video for “Not Shy,” the focus track from the band’s same-titled EP, she found out she was not immune to heat, recalled the idol, who acknowledged that she hates cold weather.

Snuggling up in a blanket, she enjoyed chatting with fans for two hours, hopping around through a range of topics that included how she tends not to dry herself properly after a shower and how she used to have trouble sleeping after reading scary stories with her sister.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/213589.

AB6IX's Kim Donghyun celebrates birthday

(Naver's V Live)

“It already is the fourth birthday I’m celebrating with you,” said Kim Donghyun of AB6IX. Behind his back, the staffers at his management company had gone over fans’ birthday messages and written them down on Post-its.

“All of you must be poets ... there are so many beautiful phrases,” he said, reading the notes carefully. “I’d love to share all of them but (will just) read a few aloud.”

The performer called bandmate Jun Woong to say thanks for his birthday message, but Jun answered the call with a curt “What?” Kim teased him for being “cool.” He also wanted to talk to the others but they were taking lessons, he told viewers.

“Give me some food now since I’ve cleared all the missions for the day,” he said happily. While waiting for the food, he decorated three Polaroid photographs that he planned to send out to fans.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/213436.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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