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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan in the mood for Halloween

  • Published : Oct 26, 2020 - 10:55
  • Updated : Oct 26, 2020 - 10:55

Broadcast date: Oct. 25-26
Starring: Stray Kids, NCT, Tomorrow X Together

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids hosted the 77th episode of his weekly live segment set with a Halloween theme.

It was several days early, but the bandmates had already donned costumes for an online fan meeting held earlier that day, he explained, with Lee Know as Chucky, Bang Chan as a vampire and Changbin as Woody from “Toy Story.”

He acknowledged that he was inspired by “Twilight,” although it had been a while since he had seen the movies.

“I’ll be your Edward Cullen today,” said the musician, adding that he did not do much for his skin tone since he is naturally quite pale.

Meanwhile, “there are many songs I’d like to play today since many of you told me which song you’d like to listen to during the fan meet,” he said, rubbing his hands.

The first song of the day was Keshi’s “Less of You.” He was happy to find the song in the recommendations, saying he loved how easy the artist’s songs are on the ears.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219729.

NCT’s Taeyong plays Among Us with fans

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Taeyong of NCT went live from his home and played an impromptu game of Among Us.

He was catching up with viewers and thanking the band’s fans around the world for helping them top multiple charts, as he chatted about his unique hair color -- part blonde and part blue -- when someone suggested they play the trendy game.

“Shall we?” he obliged, breaking into a grin. He quickly issued a warning that he is really good at the game as he set up a room for the maximum 10 players.

The idol burst into laughter when he saw that the minute -- or second -- he gave the name of the room, it was full.

“It didn’t take even one second!” he exclaimed.

He told participants not to follow him around, asking them to understand that this is the first time he was playing the map. He was planning to play just one round but pleaded to go for another as soon as that ended.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219710.

Stray Kids' Lee Know celebrates birthday

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Lee Know of Stray Kids marked his birthday dressed as the infamous Chucky doll character from “Child’s Play.”

He was glad that fans liked how he looked from the ruffled orange hair to coveralls complete with scars on his face. The scars are bigger than those from the music video of “B Me,” he said, and the hair color is similar to that from when he promoted “God’s Menu.” The day’s hair color was from a spray bottle, he explained.

Some viewers suggested they tell scary stories and he jumped right at the opportunity to talk about scary movies he has seen recently, including “Epitaph.” He was serene discussing horror movies and confided he actually is very into the genre -- so much so that he even listens to frightening stories on the radio when he gets makeup or before going to bed.

As for the upcoming Halloween, he recommended fans dress up as zombies, saying he likes them best.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219692.

TXT talks about upcoming music

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On Sunday the bandmates of Tomorrow X Together discussed “minisode1: Blue Hour,” their third EP that is slated to come out Monday.

Lest fans stay awake from too much excitement, they would not give out too many spoilers, they said playfully.

The EP depicts how things look different as the bandmates go through changes in their friendship, Soobin began. Staying anonymous, the quintet read through the notes each of them had prepared.

Although all five tracks are good, one said he instantly fell for the first, “Ghosting.”

“I’ve tried writing lyrics since I loved the melody,” he went on, “and the theme changed twice while I was working on it, but I was so happy that some of the final version went into the completed song.”

Another talked about how he had to work on his abs for the first time in his life since he had to wear a cropped T-shirt. Thanks to the workout, though, he liked how it came out, he said, making the others chuckle.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219623.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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