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[V Report] Stray Kids try Gundam model building

  • Published : Jun 25, 2019 - 11:24
  • Updated : Jun 25, 2019 - 12:17

Broadcast date: June 24-25
Starring: Stray Kids, GOT7, NU’EST, N. Flying

I.N of Stray Kids invited Woojin to the 13th episode of his solo segment “The Private Life of the Youngest.”

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“I have always watched this, and it’s an honor to be the guest,” said Woojin.

“I wanted to try making a robot figure and asked Woojin to help me,” said I.N, admitting that he had tried building a much bigger plastic model but it had collapsed in the middle.

“Actually I’ve never done this,” confessed Woojin.

The two began taking out pieces of the Gundam model kit.

They completed the robot heads quite fast, only facing a setback with stickers that had to be put on beforehand. The rest of the assembly turned out to be challenging.

“This is not easy. You really need to concentrate,” said Woojin.

“Let’s show our faces for a second,” suggested I.N. They decided to take turns going through the feed and building the kit.

After almost an hour, they managed to complete the assembly.

“Tada! This is cool, right?” they asked fans.

“Look at these details. I’d like to put it on display at home. Can I keep it?” asked Woojin, and I.N said yes.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/136169.

GOT7 shares workout from NYC

GOT7’s Jinyoung, Jackson and Yugyeom took to V Live during their workout at a gym in New York.

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“We are done for the day but came to the gym to keep healthy,” said Jackson.

When Jinyoung told them their personal trainer’s wife had just had a baby girl, Yugyeom and Jackson let out sounds of happiness but also apologized for keeping him away from the 4-day-old newborn.

“Are you ready?” asked Jackson, resuming their workout.

“Yeah, I’m always ready,” answered Yugyeom, joining the exercise buff for the third set of the fitness regime.

The boy band is set to appear on NBC’s “Today Show” on Wednesday, in a first for a K-pop artist. It will then begin the American leg of its tour. The first performance will be in Newark. The group will also perform in Toronto, Dallas, Los Angeles, Oakland and Mexico City before flying to Santiago.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/136242.

NU’EST holds birthday party

NU’EST enjoyed a feast celebrating the birthdays of two members in the 21st episode of “Star Road” on Naver’s V Live.

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“Finally, this is our happiest moment,” said Baekho, listing off the food on the table, including a birthday cake for Aron and JR.

“Don’t be surprised. This is so delicious,” said Minhyun of the seaweed soup made by Baekho.

“Yes, my eyes went first to the soup,” agreed Aron, savoring the smell.

“This tastes like something you could buy,” commented JR.

“You mean it is as yummy,” quipped Ren, who along with Minhyun helped Baekho cook a readymade soup.

“I really love a friend’s birthday,” said Baekho, happily eating the food. “You get to eat delicious food,” chimed in Ren.

“I actually had a birthday party once at a burger place,” recalled Ren. “I really envied those kids. It took us 30 minutes by car to go get a hamburger,” said Baekho, who is from Jeju Island.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/136052.

N. Flying’s Seunghyub buys concert ticket for fan

Seunghyub of N. Flying livestreamed his attempt to get tickets for the band’s concert in July.

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“I know you are waiting to buy tickets but I’ve come up with an idea what to do with you. I won’t get in the way,” he promised at the start of the segment.

“I heard someone really wanted to come to our concert but can’t as the fan’s parents will not allow it. I could not figure out why but thought maybe the parents would understand better once they see us perform. So I will try and buy tickets for the fan and parents myself,” said the leader of the band.

Admitting it would not be easy to get tickets -- “I have only purchased a concert ticket once -- for Brown Eyed Soul” -- Seunghyub said he would aim for the standing tickets.

He logged in and was ready to click 30 minutes before tickets went on sale. As the time drew near, the musician became more nervous.

When the timer -- set to the second as per fans’ advice -- went off, he began clicking deftly and seconds later looked at the camera with a triumphant smile. “I made it!” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/136167.

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 http://www.vlive.tv.

By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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