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[V Report] NCT’s same-aged trio ready to spill the beans

  • Published : Dec 24, 2020 - 08:06
  • Updated : Dec 24, 2020 - 08:06

Broadcast dates: Dec. 23-24
Starring: NCT, Astro, Woodz, Stray Kids

(Naver's V Live)

Doyoung, Ten and Kun of NCT gathered in front of the camera for the first time in a long while.

The three, all born in 1996, have been practicing for the band’s online concert slated for Sunday.

“We’re here to give out spoilers, so let’s talk,” said Doyoung, and Ten playfully asked for the set list.

The latter confirmed that they would start the concert with “90’s Love” and fans asked if they will be putting on “Baby Don’t Stop.”

Ten said Doyoung and Taeyong will and Doyoung protested saying “Hey, if you lie like that people will be disappointed!”

Kun then gestured toward the white costumes Doyoung and he were wearing and said that the two would perform together. The live show will bring back a lot of memories to the fans who have been with them from early on, Doyoung suggested.

“Going through the old routine at the studio really did that to me,” agreed Ten.

“As we get older, we seem to talk about the past a lot,” chuckled Doyoung.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/229501.

Astro’s Sanha gives fans a peek at bare face

(Naver's V Live)

Sanha of Astro kept fans up to speed with a “voice-only” livestream after practice.

He chuckled when some asked if he was in the bathroom on hearing that his voice echoed, and said that he was in the hall of his record company building. He had skipped dinner as he had a late lunch and needs to lose some weight, he said, muttering out loud that he has become a little too plump.

The idol squealed and said that he cannot turn on the camera because his face was completely without makeup. But after viewers insisted that he looks handsome regardless, he turned it on for a few seconds and gave a glimpse of himself wearing a hoodie and a baseball cap.

He read through the comments in Korean, English and Japanese and thanked fans for complimenting him on how much his language skills had improved.

“I’ve started studying Japanese again,” he admitted before indulging in a fan’s request to introduce himself in the language.

Listen to the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/229502.

Woodz invites fans to Christmas party

(Naver's V Live)

Woodz, also known as Cho Seungyeon, held an online Christmas party for his fans.

“I planned a small concert for today but could not do it ... and I thought you would be disappointed and am doing this instead,” he began.

He started writing a Christmas card first but asked who he should address it to. Assuring viewers that he would not concentrate too hard and end up showing only the top of his head, he carefully wrote down messages for his fans, thanking them for supporting him throughout the year and hoping that they will be able to meet in person.
He was happy that the pizza he ordered came right on time.

“This is actually the first meal of the day,” the musician confided, adding that he loves pizza and that pepperoni is his favorite.

He loves Christmas especially since he has a beautiful memory from the brief time he spent in the US as a child, but this holiday, he will play MapleStory at home, he said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/229353.

Stray Kids unveils character lineup

(Naver's V Live)

Stray Kids uploaded a teaser clip that introduces SKZOO, a line of cute animal characters inspired by the bandmates.

The characters ?- Changbin as a mixture of pig and bunny, Felix as a chick and I.N as an arctic fox -- dance to “God’s Menu,” the band’s recent hit song in the 26-second snippet and confirm that they will be available next year.

JYP Entertainment announced on Dec. 31, 2019 in “Step Out 2020,” a snippet that laid out the band’s annual plan for this year, that a range of characters would be lauched as the last item in the act’s range of merchandise.

Watch the clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/229472.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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