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[V Report] Stray Kids' Lee Know, I.N look back on "Back Door"

  • Published : Oct 20, 2020 - 09:10
  • Updated : Oct 20, 2020 - 09:41

Broadcast date: Oct. 19-20
Starring: Stray Kids, GOT7, Seventeen, Monsta X

(Naver's V Live)

Lee Know and I.N of Stray Kids went live together on I.N’s solo segment after having dinner together.

Some fans teased I.N over his hair color, seafoam green, saying it looked like spinach. Lee Know chimed in, saying that up close it was more like drying seaweed. Others joked that he reminded them of lettuce, said I.N, chuckling.

They read through the comments and found some that mentioned the slight changes in their makeup for the last performance of “Back Door.”

“You didn’t notice it. You saw the pictures we uploaded later and then found out, right?” said Lee Know. It was totally fine, he added, saying he would just sulk for a while.

When asked about their favorite parts of the song, I.N picked the last part because it was the most exciting, while Lee Know said he loved Han’s part in the first verse and the way he “talks with the beat.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218736.

GOT7's Jinyoung, Yugyeom hint at powerful new song

(Naver's V Live)

Jinyoung and Yugyeom of GOT7 said hello to their fans in a short live broadcast.

As soon as it started, Jackson waved to the camera and left. After Jinyoung confirmed that the news had already come out about their newest music release, Yugyeom was happy to report that they’d been practicing the dance moves and were sweating heavily.

Jinyoung nudged Yugyeom to share his thoughts on the new dance and the latter acknowledged that even though all of the choreography was demanding, this one was quite powerful.

“It will be hard,” Jinyoung agreed.

As for the melody, Yugyeom mused that it was emotional yet powerful, while Jinyoung confided that he was too busy keeping up with the moves to feel anything.

“It’s been about three months since we danced,” Jinyoung went on, “and since I’ve been working out, it felt as if my body has gotten heavier.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218722.

Seventeen rolls out "Home;Run" music video

(Naver's V Live)

Seventeen came out with the full music video for “Home;Run” from its special album “Semicolon.”

The clip starts with S.Coups getting out of a car that’s just crashed into a wall. He finds a huge diamond that popped out of a cracked baseball and becomes a wanted person, making media headlines. The 17 band members not only sing and dance in perfect harmony, but also chase and run -- some as accomplices and some as detectives -- on a train while the retro swing music blasts.

“We tried to make (‘Home;Run’) as a musical and it was as if all 13 of us became one and prepared a piece,” said Dogyeom on Monday at an online global media conference.

The boy band came out with new music four months after its previous EP. The six-track special album was unveiled Monday and topped all major music charts in South Korea upon its release. Woozi participated in writing all six songs, and Vernon and Seungkwan co-wrote the lyrics for the focus track.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218643.

Monsta X’s Minhyuk brings fans up to speed

(Naver's V Live)

Minhyuk of Monsta X kept fans up to speed with a solo livestream.

Taking off his mask to sip his drink, he admitted that he had not planned to go live and had not shaved. Although he only shaves every couple of days, you can see the faint stubble if you look closely, he said.

“I don’t look decent enough today for V Live, but I came to the company for some practice and wanted to check in with you,” said the idol. He assured fans that he’d slept well and only looked tired because he’d lost weight recently.

He flatly turned down a suggestion to dye his hair pink, saying he didn’t like the color. Some viewers asked him if he could let his hair grow a little longer, as he had during the promotion for “Jealousy.” He likes that style but thinks shorter hair would go better with the new music, he said.

“You’ll see what I mean when it comes out,” he said confidently.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/218671.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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