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[V Report] Mingyu of Seventeen enjoys lunch ahead of music release

  • Published : Oct 18, 2020 - 16:51
  • Updated : Oct 18, 2020 - 16:51

Broadcast dates: Oct. 17-18
Starring: Seventeen, Twice, Wonho, Weki Meki


Mingyu of Seventeen enjoyed his lunch while chitchatting with fans on V Live.

“I started streaming because I really missed you. I thought I haven’t done this dinner show for a while. I came to our company and I
thought about you so I turned on the V Live,” said the Seventeen member while delving into spaghetti and gimbap. Bandmates Dino and S.Coups, also at the agency, appeared on the broadcast as well.

Clad in a gray V-neck shirt and newly gray hair, Mingyu reminded viewers that only two days were left before the new album’s release. Preorders for Seventeen’s upcoming special album, “Semicolon,” hit 1.1 million copies as of Friday morning.

He continued making conversation, saying, “When I was a trainee I really loved spaghetti. My favorite song from the album? Let’s listen to it together and think about it.

“Next year I’m going to turn 25 years old. I can’t believe I aged this much. I want to keep this face as long as possible,” he added.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/218412.

Twice’s Dahyun looks mysterious in ‘Eyes Wide Open’ concept video


Dahyun of Twice flaunted her charm in the concept video for the group’s upcoming album, “Eyes Wide Open.” The video features two versions of the singer, one against a colorful flowery background and the other against a black-and-white background. Looking chic and mysterious at the same time, Dahyun set the sophisticated tone that clued viewers in on what to expect from the new release.

Fronted by lead track “I Can’t Stop Me,” the new album features a handful of renowned global composers such as Melanie Joy Fontana and Michel ‘Lindgren’ Schulz, as well as Park Jin-young, JYP Entertainment’s chief producer.

The album is set to drop Oct. 26.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/218464.

Wonho talks about love for Wenees


Wonho expressed his love for his fanbase, the Wenees, in behind-the-scenes footage from his “IWONHOYOU” VCR.

“I think they (the Wenees) are my everything. Whichever outfits I wear, I wish they could like them. I wish they could see me as sexy and cute when I wear those. And when I release a song, I’m thinking like ‘I think they will like this part,’” said the singer in the video.

“Basically, my head is full of thoughts of Wenees. Since I want to talk to Wenees more, I got to study English and find myself improving in a better direction. They are my everything. I want to thank them for always staying by my side and I hope they don’t get hurt anymore. I will make sure they can enjoy every moment with me.”

The former member of Monsta X inked a deal with Starship sublabel Highline and dropped his first solo album Sept. 4.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/218434.

Weki Meki greets fans from ‘New Rules’ set


Back with a new single, “Cool,” Weki Meki dropped behind-the-scenes footage from a music video shoot.

Clad in colorful and stylish outfits, the bandmates said in unison that the choreography for the new song was the most difficult of their careers so far. Some were seen panting after the performance. “Cool” is a powerful dance track that talks about breaking the rules and daring to lead your own life.

Despite the hardcore performance, the musicians showed confidence in their upcoming activities with the new album “New Rules.”
Weki Meki’s fourth EP, “New Rules” came out Oct. 8.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/218382.

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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