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[V Report] Stray Kids’ Bang Chan already excited about Christmas

  • Published : Dec 14, 2020 - 12:21
  • Updated : Dec 14, 2020 - 12:44

Broadcast dates: Dec. 13-14
Starring: Stray Kids, Enhyphen, Twice, Tomorrow X Together

(Naver's V Live)

Bang Chan of Stray Kids talked with fans and listened to songs with them in the 84th episode of his weekly solo live segment.

He was pleasantly surprised to see that it had snowed a lot, much more than he’d expected. And he was in the mood for some Christmas carols, confiding that he believes he is officially allowed to play them as soon as December starts.

“This is a classic,” he said after listening to the first song of the day, Dean Martin’s “Let It Snow.”

“Just thinking about Christmas makes me get all excited,” said the musician, who grew up in Australia, recalling how he used to decorate trees and the house with his family. “We went to the beach and enjoyed barbecue all the time since it was summer,” he added.

“I’ll be spending this Christmas with my bandmates and that is good enough for me,” he said, hinting that they might have a Secret Santa gift exchange.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/227988.

Enhyphen thanks fans for award two weeks after debut

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Enhypen thanked fans for the rookie award the band won at The Fact Music Awards.

“I was so nervous when I was saying my award receiving speech that my hands were shaking like this,” confided Jungwon.

They all agreed that they hadn’t expected to receive the trophy as they officially debuted only two weeks ago, and nodded as the leader acknowledged that it would have been impossible without their enthusiastic fans. Niki’s dance performance was awesome as well, said the artists, copying some of his moves.

“Getting on such stage itself was amazing and we even received an award,” remarked Jake.

The septet could not believe that it had already been two weeks, and Jungwon said he hadn’t realized that he would have such fun onstage.

“We were a little nervous since ‘Let Me In’ was a live performance,” admitted Jake.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/227976.

Twice’s Momo, Tzuyu play with puppies

(Naver's V Live)

Momo and Tzuyu of Twice went live with their puppies Boo, Butter and Kaya.

Boo and Butter ran around playing while Kaya stayed put next to Tzuyu, letting them get a close-up for their fans. Tzuyu nudged Momo to stroke Kaya and Momo gently offered her hand, taking her time and letting the scared puppy sniff her.

“Kaya used to scamper away when someone tried to touch,” Tzuyu explained, happy to see the progress of the stray dog she’d recently adopted.

Momo leaned back into her seat and her hand landed on a wet spot, making her scream, “Who peed?”

The two agreed that Boo and Butter got along fantastically and Tzuyu told viewers that although it was hard to believe from seeing them play so well, Butter actually was very timid.

“Butter surely feels more comfortable with dogs than with people,” said Momo, smiling at the pair.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/227941.

TXT’s Soobin happy about fitst snow

(Naver's V Live)

Soobin of Tomorrow X Together went live on his own to share the happy news of the season’s first snow.

“Someone just commented that I’ll be eating Baskin Robbins ice cream … it gave me goose bumps,” he said with a smile, holding up a bowl to confirm it.

He was all ready to sleep when Beomgyu, on his way to the convenience store, sent him a message to let him know there was snow outside. It really must be winter, mused the idol, taking spoonfuls of ice cream.

“I will not be able to stay long today as we have an activity scheduled soon,” he told fans in advance. The rest of the members are getting their hair and makeup done for a shooting, he told the curious fans.

The idol thanked fans for marking the 700th day of “Introduction Film ? What Do You Do?” a series of snippets that introduced the band members one by one.

“I was so nervous when it came out,” he recalled.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/227947.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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