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[V Report] Stray Kids' Bang Chan relishes music with fans

  • Published : Nov 9, 2020 - 07:25
  • Updated : Nov 9, 2020 - 07:25

Broadcast date: Nov. 8-9
Starring: Stray Kids, Tomorrow X Together, Twice, IZ*ONE

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids had a long playlist ready for the 79th episode of his weekly solo live segment.

“You will see that the color of my skin will keep changing,” he said, picking up the two lamps he’d brought to supplement the lighting in the room.

He’d just had a series of video calls with fans, and not only had he had a great time talking to them but he’d also received a number of song recommendations.

“So this episode will be quite packed,” he said with a chuckle.

The first song he wanted to listen to with his viewers on Sunday was Young K and Narae Lee’s cover of Jukjae’s “Letter.” He reiterated his respect for the Day6 member and said he loved how the two voices sounded together in the no-frills cover version.

Then he moved on to the list of fans’ recommendations, starting with Taylor Swift’s “Getaway Car.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/222345.

TXT thanks fans after successful week

(Naver's V Live)

Tomorrow X Together talked about the band’s busy week promoting its third EP, “minisode1: Blue Hour.”

The performers were amazed that the second week was already over, and happy to see how well their new music had been received.

One victory was a first-place trophy from a television music chart show.

“We were so happy to top the program,” said Soobin, “especially right after coming back.”

They nodded in agreement and clapped, thanking Moa, their official fandom community, for helping them win or get close to the top spot in all the music shows.

“We started the day early today and had a break and all of us passed out,” Soobin said, explaining why their voices were a bit hoarse. They had been keeping early hours for the past two weeks, he added, and he’d woken up to realize he’d dozed off and everyone else was still asleep.

“It was rather for survival,” said Taehyun as everyone chuckled.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/222322.

Twice's Momo delivers dance lesson

(Naver's V Live)

Momo of Twice gave a dance tutorial for her fans, picking up where she left off at “Fancy.”

Holding up her puppy, Boo, who was there to “support” her, she said apologetically that she’d skipped “Feel Special” and “More & More.”

“Nayeon asked me if I’ll be doing this a couple of days ago ... trying to tease me that maybe I’ve lost my first intention,” she told her fans with a smile. But she’d already decided to do it and had consulted with the company, something that Nayeon was surprised to hear.

Some fans had sung “Happy Birthday” to her for a television music show, even though it was a little early.

“It was good to see you even like that,” said the idol gratefully.

Sipping her favorite drink, grapefruit ade, she asked the viewers to join the dance practice.

“I know some of you are lying down, but it is time you got up and danced together,” she said with a knowing smile.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/222329.

IZ*ONE's Chaeyeon keeps fans up to speed

(Naver's V Live)

Chaeyeon of IZ*ONE chatted with her fans while making hair scrunchies.

Declaring that she would challenge herself to multitask, she confidently opened the kit. But when she got a look at the contents and saw that she would have to sew the scrunchies, she quietly put everything back into the package, murmuring that she would make them with her mother.

It was a good thing that she had a plan B, said the performer, bringing out another kit and starting to put together a tiny wooden music box.

“I’m not going to tell you in advance what song this will play when it’s done,” she said.

Keeping her hands busy, she kept fans up to date about her video project. She’d been editing clips of her bandmates but had been told that she’d have to wait until the band’s official Blu-ray disc came out because of the behind-the-scenes concert footage. So she’d decided to take out those parts and replace them with other scenes.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/222361.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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