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[V Report] BTS has more fun at "school"

  • Published : Oct 28, 2020 - 11:24
  • Updated : Oct 28, 2020 - 11:24

Broadcast date: Oct. 27-28
Starring: BTS, NCT, Twice, Verivery

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of BTS continued their “school” day as students in the 113rd episode of “Run BTS!”

For the music class taught with Jin as the teacher, each of the three pairs were given a recorder and a melodeon and took turns singing a children’s song.

“Are we supposed to play the song to the end?” asked Jimin, who had been tinkering with his recorder, his eyes going wide.

“This will never end,” forecast J-Hope grimly.

Jimin protested that the sounds from the practice were hurting his ears and ultimately pulled out teammate Jungkook’s hose, but the latter was nonplussed and blew air directly into the keyboard. Jimin, however, asked Jin to go easy on them, but his team finished the song without a hitch and was named the winner of the round.

In the next class, the musicians were given food as well as a mission. While Jin was writing Chinese characters on the whiteboard, he would turn to face the classroom from time to time and the others had to eat without getting caught moving.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219020.

NCT gives sneak peek at dance practice

(Naver's V Live)

Some of the bandmates of NCT went live briefly from their studio, where they were preparing for dance practice.

Johnny looked into the camera and pretended to poke Jungwoo in the bottom as he was stretching in front of the mirror. Yuta came closer to the camera to see if it was on and Jungwoo reminded viewers that it had been his birthday the day before.

“Happy Birthday!” said Jungwoo, as the others clapped and nodded.

“Those who are not here are on their way,” Johnny explained. They would not be able to play the song, but would be going over the choreography, he added, before joining the present four.

Besides the two subunits promoting “Make A Wish” and “From Home,” the other subunits are well on the way of coming out with more, they said.

“Our (unit’s) song will be easy to dance along to,” Yuta said, “and please keep an eye out for the part where Hendrey flies.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/220066.

Twice’s Momo shows off new hair

(Naver's V Live)

Momo of Twice went live from her practice studio to get fans up to speed.

“Now that my hair has been fully revealed, I’ve come back to V Live,” she said, stroking her black hair chopped to the middle between her chin and shoulders, admitting it has really been a long while.

She joked that she had put on a little makeup and did her hair, teasing viewers that they would find out what shooting she did later and see what she was wearing beneath the blanket-like gray clothing.

“I’m waiting for my turn for a recording,” she said, although she could not say what it was for yet.

“All the songs on our new album are good, right?” she asked, adding that “Say Something” is her favorite.

The idol also listed off the rest of the week’s activities, assuring fans they will be able to see her every day. Then she turned the camera to show stacks of their albums lined up in piles all over the studio, waiting for the bandmates to add their signatures.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219989.

Verivery has every right to top Billboard: Kpop Herald

(Naver's V Live)

The six bandmates of Verivery sat down with Kpop Herald reporters Hong Dam-young and Choi Ji-won for an interview, returning after having visited a year prior. Minchan was taking a break due to health reasons.

They had met the first time about a month after the band’s debut with “Ring Ring Ring” and had matured so much over the past year, and also been very busy rolling out three EPs, noted Hong.

She congratulated them on their most recent and notable feat: putting “G.B.G.B.,” the lead single from their fifth EP “Face Us” at No. 1 on Billboard’s World Digital Sales Song Chart. The song also ranked No. 44 on the Digital Song Sales Chart upon release.

The septet applauded the news but admitted they had actually heard about it just now from Hong, so were too stunned and need time to digest the news, looking at each other’s faces.

“G.B.G.B,” signifying “go beyond the barrier,” is such a complete turnaround from their previous bubbly and boyish image and a pleasant surprise, remarked Hong.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/219208.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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