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[V Report] Twice’s Momo offers sneak peek at photo cards

  • Published : Sept 23, 2019 - 12:14
  • Updated : Sept 23, 2019 - 12:34

Broadcast date: Sept. 22-23
Starring: Twice, Ong Seong-wu, Stray Kids, NU’EST

Momo of Twice began the countdown for her girl group’s return, with fans taking to Naver’s V Live to join her.

(Naver's V Live)

“I have been to a recording of ‘Hello Counselor’ with Dahyun and came back to the company,” she said, before announcing that her band’s return was only 20 hours away.

“My heart is fluttering and I wanted to share it with you, Once,” the idol said, referring to the group’s fan club and asking if they had followed the series of teaser clips. She added that she didn’t know what would come out that day either, saying, “Let’s wait for it together.”

“I have something special for you,” said the idol, giving fans a peek of cards hidden between her palms. Fans guessed right away that they were the photograph cards included with the album.

“These are all mine ... and I am going to show two of them,” she said, gingerly selecting a pair of cards.

First was one of her with a different hairstyle that revealed her forehead, unusual for Momo. In the photo, her makeup was minimal, but the rest was quite daring, a sheer black lace dress with a deep neckline highlighted by a chunky necklace.

“It is quite different, right?” she agreed with fans.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/151129.

Ong Seong-wu livestreams for first time after drama

Ong Seong-wu took to V Live from Taiwan after a day of promoting TV drama “At Eighteen.”

(Naver's V Live)

He had a fan meeting event and an interview and wanted to chat with fans for the first time since his birthday, and also since he had finished shooting the show.

“I didn’t lose weight. Actually I gained some and it shows. I was quite shocked at the airport. I have let myself go and eat after filming the drama,” said the singer-turned-actor, pinching his cheeks. He then complained of there being so many delicious foods in the world.

After checking that it was almost Monday, Ong looked pensive when he said that he would not be able to meet Junwoo even when the next day comes, referring to his lead role in the drama.

“Despite my acting skills, which is too lacking even to mention, isn’t the character Junwoo endearing?” he asked fans, adding that he felt very much for the character himself.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/151144.

Stray Kids’ Seungmin turns 20

Stray Kids celebrated Seungmin’s 20th birthday via Naver’s V Live.

(Naver's V Live)

Now I really am 20 and can go through the automated immigration, he said after making a wish and blowing out two tall candles.

“Didn’t we say we would recycle the cake?” asked Seungmin, as everyone commented how delicious it looked. Let’s put it away and take it out on Oct. 23, he said, getting the next birthday wrong. His bandmates laughed and Lee Know, the next birthday boy, quipped: “Yes! Eat this on Oct. 23 and get a new one on Oct. 25!”

When fans asked what his plans were for the day, Seungmin replied that he had already had a very good day.

“I can’t tell you yet but we filmed something today,” he told fans.

“We should have a late-night feast tonight!” said Bang Chan, but Seungmin was concerned that it might make him look puffy the next morning. After debating how to prevent swelling, Han suggested Seungmin sleep while the rest enjoy the party.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/151102.

NU’EST’s JR tries making pie

JR of NU’EST livestreamed from a kitchen to share his challenge to bake a pie.

(Naver's V Live)

He first reported that the band would hold a fan meeting event the next month and thanked fans for the fact that the number of its V Channel followers had topped 1 million. The leader of the band also asked fans to keep their eyes out for the release of a new EP on Oct. 21, six months after its sixth.

“As you know I am not much of a cook and although I have prepared myself for this, if I can do it, any one of you can,” he said, beginning to bake a cream cheese pie.

“It is supposed to take only up to 30 minutes, but I would need a little more time,” said JR, going through the ingredients.

Admitting that it was his first try -- “I never even thought of trying at home” -- he started crunching the cookies and mixing the crumbs with warmed butter to knead it into a dough.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/151028.

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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