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[V Report] NCT’s Taeyong talks about solo single

  • Published : Jul 26, 2019 - 13:49
  • Updated : Jul 26, 2019 - 15:25

Broadcast date: July 25-26
Starring: NCT, NCT Dream, EXO-SC, Stray Kids

Taeyong of NCT took to V Live in a recording studio to talk about his single.

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“I have looked up your reactions (online) and was so grateful that there were so many. Going through them left me with mixed feelings,” he said, referring to “Long Flight,” his recently released solo single.

“It brings back memories from the past and at the same time is fun,” said the singer.

He shared a couple of clips featuring fans’ comments before resuming playing his recent favorite songs and dancing to the music.

As it neared midnight, Taeyong reminded fans that a new music video of NCT Dream, another subunit of NCT, will be released the next day.

“Please keep your expectations high for its new EP and I, of course, will support them as well,” he said.

He also told fans that he has recently been thinking about enjoying life more fully.

“I have begun to think a lot about how I want to do things and buy what I want now. When will this time come again?” he pondered.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141634.

NCT Dream plays game for V Live’s new show

NCT Dream was the first guest on “Our Night,” a new program on Naver’s V Live.

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The six-piece band began the segment by inviting fans to join the mafia game, admitting that the bandmates were not that good at it.

“I am always the first one to be outed,” said Haechan.

“Maybe because you have a slightly strange sense,” said Jisung.

For a warm-up, NCT Dream used parts of choreography from “Boom,” the title track from its third EP, “We Boom,” to be released at 6 p.m. Friday.

The bandmates began to argue about whether they should use this as an opportunity to provide fans with a spoiler.

“I am definitely going to give more clues,” declared Chenle before the subunit gave viewers a taste of dance moves from the upcoming single.

“You have gone too far!” cried the bandmates as Jeno hugged Chenle to keep him from showing more.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/140794.

EXO-SC’s first EP stands out

Kpop Herald livestreamed the unboxing of the new album of EXO-SC, an EXO duo comprising Seho and Chanyeol.

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The pair were taking up the baton from DO and Baekhyun, who released a single and an EP on their own respectively to celebrate EXO Month.

“(Seho and Chanyeol) released their first official collaboration EP on July 22 with a total of five tracks,” said reporter Hong Dam-young, showing an album in a canary yellow sleeve.

All of the tracks are hip-hop, as the two are the main rappers of the group, she explained.

“They have previously collaborated on a project single, ‘We Young,’ through SM Station, but this is the first time they released an EP,” added the reporter.

“And their chemistry really worked. Listening to the songs you can see how close they are together,” said Hong.

Another standout from the project is that the EP has three lead tracks, she said, highlighting “What a Life” as her personal favorite.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/140811.

Stray Kids say hello from London

Stray Kids took to V Live after arriving in London despite the fact that it was 4 a.m. for fans in Korea.

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“I really wanted to come to London,” said Bang Chan. Everyone said that it was their first time in the British capital.

The leader confessed that he had become more fascinated with the city after watching 3D stop-motion animation “Flushed Away” featuring a royal pet rat.

When Woojin commented that the houses seen along the way looked very similar to each other -- “very elegant and somewhat regal” -- Bang Chan said that he was wondering if he would be able to find his own home if he lived in London. “That’s what I had in mind, too!” said Woojin.

Asked if they were suffering from jet lag, the bandmates confidently assured fans that they were not tired as they had slept well on the plane.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141649.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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