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[V Report] Super Junior‘s Heechul proves his popularity

  • Published : Sept 20, 2019 - 12:50
  • Updated : Sept 20, 2019 - 14:23

Broadcast date: Sept. 19-20
Starring: Super Junior, NCT, Seventeen, AB6IX

When Super Junior was done with going through the list of nine principles they will adhere to for its pending return, it was time to pay for the meal.

(Naver's V Live)

“Who‘s going to pay?” Heechul asked and Leeteuk stopped the bandmates from starting a round of rock, paper, scissors and showed them an application. He will cast which member should pay on a vote where up to 500 random participants will pick one.

“Isn’t that a little too democratic?” asked Heechul incredulously. He seemed defeated when Sindong predicted that random voters tend to choose the most famous, making Heechul the number one candidate.

“This brings back a bad memory,” said Kyuhyun painfully as Eunhyuk kindly recounted how the youngest member was forced to shell out 2 million won after having only a one slice of meat at a gathering.

But Sindong‘s prediction turned out to be right and before he paid, Heechul said he is gladly paying for a piece of memory, making everyone snicker.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/147669.

NCT’s Doyoung shares rooftop view with fans

Doyoung of NCT took to V Live on the rooftop of his company’s building.

(Naver's V Live)

“Whenever you feel tired, you can come up here and enjoy the view of Han River. Quite nice, right?” he said sharing the sweeping view. He wanted to talk to fans in an open setting, he added.

Fans welcomed the livestream and told him that he has been spotted often. The performer admitted that he used to stay at home all the time until recently but is trying to enjoy his downtime more, eating out and shopping, whenever he can. He is very much into decorating his house these days as well, he told fans, after moving to a new place.

The idol also asked fans to keep their expectations high for the upcoming debut of Super M, a mega project that includes his bandmate Taeyong.

“I have seen all the teaser clips of them so far and was amazed at how cool they are. I will be talking quite a lot about them once the EP is out,” he said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/150622.

Seventeen tries making insta-worthy ramyeon

Four members of Seventeen challenged themselves to cook up different styles of ramyeon that are trending on SNS.

(Naver's V Live)

“I tend to make something at the dormitory when I have time,” began Joshua. He made kimchi fried rice for Dogyeom and Hosi and orange sauce chicken for S. Coups, said the bandmates.

Woozi and S. Coups teamed up for a spicy noodle but with meat instead of seafood.

“You are so fearless,” said the leader looking at how Woozi added ingredients to the pot and stir-fried them without any hesitation.

The pair wondered for a second if the pot was big enough for two servings but Woozi was firm in his belief that the more the meat the better.

Joshua and Hosi, on the other hand, chose a cold ramyeon, inspired by celebrity chef Paik Jongwon. Hosi, a big fan of the chef, went through the instruction again with his partner and began to make sauce himself.

Bandmates Seungkwan, Wonwoo and Jun came to cast their votes and the cold version won by two to one.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/150475.

AB6IX‘s Lee Daehwi cannot wait for first album

Lee Daehwi of AB6IX talked to fans on his ride back home after emceeing for a television music program.

(Naver's V Live)

He began by reminding fans of the official announcement that his band will come out with its first full-length album titled “6IXENSE” on Oct. 7.

“A fan told me that the running time of movie ‘The Sixth Sense’ is 107 minutes, coinciding with the date of the release,” said the idol wondering himself if it was intentional.

It will be great if fans would keep an eye out for which sense each of the five-piece act will feature, and also for what the sixth sense would be, he said.

Lee admitted that he wrote a few songs in the album, neither confirming or denying that the title track is one of them.

“The track list will be unveiled on Oct. 1. Will it be my song?” he said evasively.

Meanwhile the choreography is quite demanding enough to satifsy the fans‘ expectations, added the musician. It has not been easy to release a full-length studio album for a band that has only debuted four months ago, but they felt it was the only way to repay the fans, explained Lee.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/150670.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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