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[V Report] X1 checks in on fans from Japan

  • Published : Sept 16, 2019 - 15:27
  • Updated : Sept 16, 2019 - 15:29

Broadcast date: Sept. 15-16
Starring: X1, Stray Kids, GOT7, iKON

X1 said hi to fans after performing at Korean Music Festival 2019 in Sapporo.

(Naver's V Live)

“We returned to our room and did not want to call it a day, and wondered what we can do for you,” said Wooseok.

He reassured fans that his eyes were all better now. Yohan began to tease him, saying, “He had his sties removed and before going to the hospital, he was so scared!”

Wooseok told fans that he has a high tolerance for pain but Seungwoo and Hangyul had told him that it would hurt a lot.

Bracing himself for excruciating pain because he had sties on both eyes, he had asked for general anesthesia.

From the look on the doctor’s face, he realized that he had gotten it wrong and quipped that he was just joking.

Joined by Hyungjoon, the bandmates broadcast themselves eating.

“Many fans asked for it via SNS, so we have prepared some instant cup noodles, said Yohan, excusing himself to go get hot water.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149841.

Stray Kids' Bang Chan enjoys songs with fans

Bang Chan of Stray Kids shared his recent playlist in the 37th episode of his solo segment.

(Naver's V Live)

“We had a birthday party (for Han and Felix) yesterday, and we had a feast last night which is why I am so swollen today,” he said.

He sent a happy birthday message to Felix and promised to make it a special day for the birthday boy.

“I look the worst today,” he said, covering his face and apologizing. Asked why he always keeps his hair hidden, Bang Chan confessed that he is bad at styling his hair.

He then began to share his recent favorite songs, starting with “Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones.

“I have been listening this song since I was in Australia, and came back to it recently and wanted to listen to it with you,” he said before moving on to a song recommended by a fan, Daniel Caesar’s “Best Part, a Visual.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149819.

GOT7's Jinyoung can't wait for next album

Jinyoung of GOT7 took to V Live before a solo autograph session.

(Naver's V Live)

“I have 24 minutes before the event that starts at five,” he said, asking fans if they had rested well during the Chuseok holiday.

He told fans that he would be signing his recently released photography books for the day’s event.

And the band will soon fly back to Bangkok, where it recently held a four-day fan meeting, for a K-pop event scheduled for later this month.

“We will perform onstage for KCON Bangkok ... and there will be ... no new song,” he teased.

“I really want our new album to come out,” said Jinyoung.

Thanking fans from Europe for leaving messages, he reminded them that the band will visit the continent in mid-October, adding, “See you at concerts!”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149835.

iKON celebrates fourth anniversary

iKON thanked its fans via Naver’s V Live on the band’s fourth anniversary.

(Naver's V Live)

“It has been four years, and we feel great,” said Junhwan, beginning the segment.

The band members, though now down to six from seven, remain the same, he said, calling out Bobbym who seemed to be still half asleep.

“He has just woken up as usual and he is always sleeping,” added the bandmates laughing.

“You are being rude wearing a mask on our fourth anniversary livestream,” Yunhyeong said to Donghyuk.

Donghyuk apologized, explaining that he had a breakout.

After the bandmates made fun of his perm, Yunhyeong asked after Chanwoo.

“We are always together. Why are you asking?” said Chanwoo.

“I saw your pictures, and you have been to Gangneung (during the holiday),” said Yunhyeong.

When Chanwoo confirmed that he has been to the seaside with their manager, the others started asking why.

“I just wanted to get some fresh air,” he told his bandmates.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/149822.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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