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[V Report] NCT bonds over campfire

  • Published : Mar 19, 2017 - 11:58
  • Updated : Mar 19, 2017 - 12:46

Broadcast date: March 18
Starring: Sistar, Evan, NCT, Astro, VAV, Dia, Monsta X


Closing out the week on Naver’s V app Saturday lineup was another episode of “NCT Life,” which saw the S.M. Entertainment rookie group bonding during its fifth segment, titled “Entertainment Retreat.”

The footage showed the four on a getaway, looking to bond with one another as new bandmates as well as learn from labelmates Lee Teuk and Shindong of Super Junior.

During the retreat, some of the young NCT stars attempted to show off their skills in the kitchen. However, there were some struggles along the way.

“Oh my God,” shouted one of the bandmates, as he quickly grabbed a pair of chopsticks and began digging around the pot of food. “I accidentally dumped the preservative packet in there,” he said.

Also during the retreat, the Super Junior stars sat around a campfire with NCT to talk about life and hardships. With one of them hailing from China, he began to tear up as he looked into the camera to greet his parents and let them know he is doing well in Korea.


Also joining yesterday’s V app lineup was Sistar’s Bora in a nearly two hour solo episode.

The K-pop starlet spent much of the broadcast singing along to various Sistar tunes. She was then later joined by her white poodle puppies dancing with her.

Following her karaoke session, she spent the remaining half of the episode conversing with fans. One viewer was eager to get a style tip from the K-pop star, but got an expected answer.

“What kind of earrings are you wearing?” the viewer asked. “I’m not wearing earrings, it’s a mole on my ear,” she responded. “Don’t say it’s a big mole! It’s just a small mole.”


Dia made multiple attempts to tune in and interact with fans while the group was is Tokyo. Finally able find a strong network connection, Dia talked about how they were touring around the capital city and asked viewers how and where they were spending their weekend.

Rookie group VAV returned to the V app lineup for the first time in a long time, reconnecting with fans and answering viewers’ questions.


Naver’s real-time broadcasting app V allows fans to interact with their favorite K-pop stars through live broadcasts. The app is available for Android and iOS. For more information, visit www.vlive.tv.

By Julie Jackson (juliejackson@heraldcorp.com)

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