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[V Report] Enhyphen celebrates Heeseung's birthday

  • Published : Oct 16, 2020 - 11:50
  • Updated : Oct 16, 2020 - 11:50

Broadcast date: Oct. 15-16
Starring: Enhyphen, NCT U, Blackpink, NU'EST

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Enhyphen celebrated the birthday of Heeseung, his first since their debut.

“I’ve read messages so many of you wrote on SNS ... I‘m so happy,” said the birthday boy, admitting that he was nervous.

This actually is not the first party they are having, though, and this is the fourth cake. The first cake was the one they brought to him at their residence, a surprise for him. But Heeseung took the cake with one hand and it flipped as soon as he blew the candles, the boys told viewers. They dug up and ate what was left of the cake and ate, they said with chuckles.

“I was trying to take the cone hat Jeongwon was giving to me,” Heeseung explained. He really was taken by surprise since he was getting ready to go to sleep, he added, thanking the members.

They also played games and brought a small present for Heeseung, who was touched that they found time to find one.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218106.

NCT U hyped up about new album

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of NCT U, vocalists from different subunits under NCT, shared their enthusiasm for “Make A Wish,” from NCT‘s second full-length album “NCT The 2nd Album Resonance Pt. 1.”

Taeyong started off the countdown leading up to the release of the song on Thursday as the seven members grooved to the bits of melody from the teaser.

The septet looked at the teaser photos taped on the wall behind them and were amazed how good they came out even though each were given less than three minutes to pose for the camera.

“I really love the outfit,” said Doyoung of his purple tweed suit.

“We’ve gathered here to let you hear the songs in advance,” said Jaemin. They could not resist dancing to “Misfit,” an old-school hiphop number, from the 12-track album.

Doyoung told viewers with a bashful grin to pay extra attention to Jaehyun and his singing in “Volcano,” which also marked the reunion of the team that sang “Boss.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/216944.

Blackpink gives sneak peek at jacket shoot

(Naver's V Live)

Blackpink’s fans were given a brief sneak peek behind the shooting of the band‘s cover photo.

“There are many songs in the album including the title track ’Lovesick Girls.‘ We’ve prepared a repertoire that extends over several different genres and we hope you enjoy them all, Blink,” Jisoo said addressing the band‘s official fandom society.

The quartet dances and twirls, singing to their music while striking a series of poses, switching between intent and coy, for the camera. Lisa puts on a furry coat and loves it, while Jennie takes pictures of others with her own camera.

Blackpink is setting multiple records with its first full-length album since it came out earlier this month. It landed at No. 2 on Billboard 200 and the group jumped to the top on Billboard’s Artist 100, becoming the first K-pop female band to hit the spot.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218004.

NU'EST's Minhyun makes small talk at midnight

(Naver's V Live)

Minhyun of NU’EST took to V Live past midnight and had a one-hour chat with fans.

The weather has gotten chilly and he pleaded everyone to get a flu shot. He already had one and it hurt especially when the arm touched the bed when he was sleeping. He was surprised that some already brought out thick blankets and turned on the floor heating, saying that he tends to get hot easily and prefers to wear thick clothes instead.

Putting on some music -- including newly arranged “Marry Me” of Marktub -- and singing along, he replied to a fan‘s question about piercing.

“I don’t think I‘ll be able to have another one,” he said. He said he tried once around the time of debut and the piercing on the earlobe keeps closing up when he takes the jewelry off even for one day, and it bleeds a lot, he added.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218208.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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