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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan chats with Young K

  • Published : Oct 12, 2020 - 12:54
  • Updated : Oct 12, 2020 - 12:54

Broadcast date: Oct. 11-12
Starring: Stray Kids, NCT, Ateez, G(I)-dle

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids hosted the 75th episode of his solo livestream with special guest Young K of DAY6.

Before welcoming Young K, he first talked about the week’s promotions for “Back Door,” including a TV appearance.

“We try to sing differently when we (perform live) and discuss among ourselves whether and where we should do ad-libs,” he told his fans, asking if they noticed the difference. “We always strive to make it fun and different each time,” he added.

Bang Chan introduced Young K as a “brother” and mentor who had supported him over the past 10 years.

“You are the first one, I believe, to join this besides our members,” said the host, bursting into laughter as Young K joined him on camera.

“I’m full of anticipation to see how this world-famous person will carry on this broadcast,” teased Young K. “I’m sure he will be really good.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/217373.

NCT’s Jaemin, Lucas keep things under wraps

(SM Entertainment)

Jaemin of NCT Dream and Lucas of WayV were the first pair from the NCT family to kick off a series of voice-only segments Sunday.

Gently turning down fans’ requests for hints about NCT’s second full-length album, the two reminded them that the first installment, “Make a Wish,” would be out the next day.

“Did you see the teaser photos? Everyone looks so handsome,” said Lucas. They were happy to see listeners’ enthusiastic response.

“We’re in a condition that won’t allow us to turn on the camera,” said Jaemin when someone asked.

“To keep things as a surprise,” Lucas chimed in.

They added that they were in the middle of a secret project -- “something amazing for you Seasonies!” -- and if they turned on the camera, the company would not like it. Seasonies are members of NCT’s official fandom community.

Listen to the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/217377.

Ateez's Jongho celebrates birthday

(Naver's V Live)

Jongho of Ateez held a small birthday party while waiting in a car.

Checking the clock to confirm that his birthday was eight hours away, he sang “Happy Birthday” to himself and blew out the candles on a cake decorated with Haribo gummy bears.

“I turned on V Live so that I can celebrate my birthday with you, Atiny,” he said, addressing the band’s official fandom community and thanking them for their congratulatory messages.

He was waiting for a rehearsal for an online concert and wanted to communicate with them in the little time he could find in his hectic schedule. He tinkered with the special effects on the livestream application and found a voice changer. Then he tried a helium effect and sang a song from the soundtrack of the drama “When the Camellia Blooms.”

“I’ve prepared a small gift for you,” the idol said, “and if you’re curious to know, please tune into the concert.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/217331.

G(I)-dle's Miyeon brings pets

(Naver's V Live)

Miyeon of G(I)-dle took to V Live in the wee hours from her company studio, along with the group’s two pet dogs.

She had been out all day and had come back to her room to relax without even wiping off her makeup. Then she’d decided to livestream on a whim and brought the dogs along as they’d seemed to want to go out.

She was busy keeping them from fighting and tried to show how they could sit on command. When that didn’t work, she brought out a bag of dog food and tried again, quietly asking herself why they weren’t listening to her.

The idol tried to keep up the conversation but had to chase the dogs around and beg them to play with her before sitting down on the floor in front of the camera to catch her breath.

“I’m a little dizzy,” Miyeon admitted, taking a sip of water.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/217389.

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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