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[V Report] NCT 127’s Jungwoo celebrates turning 23

  • Published : Feb 20, 2020 - 11:54
  • Updated : Feb 20, 2020 - 12:59

Broadcast date: Feb. 19-20
Starring: NCT 127, Tomorrow X Together, Stray Kids, IZ*ONE

(Naver's V Live)

Jungwoo of NCT 127 took to V Live on his birthday to thank everyone.

“This makes me nervous -- livestreaming alone. This is the first time I am doing it solo,” he said, showing viewers a bag that Mark gave him the previous day.

Dressed top to toe in black and white, he told viewers he was wearing gifts that he received from his bandmates last year. His beanie, jacket and pants were from Mark and the shoes from Johnny. He went out for dinner with his bandmates the day before and had a great time.

The musician then talked about the tracks from the band’s new album “Neo Zone.” He nodded and agreed with fans who picked “White Night” and “Day Dream” as their favorites.

“All of us (NCT 127 members) have said how we love each and every track,” said Jungwoo. When he spotted “Love Me Not,” he smiled and recalled that it was cold shooting its music video.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176224.

Tomorrow X Together’s Yeonjun turns out to be impatient

(Naver's V Live)

Yeonjun of TXT went on V Live while waiting for his food to be delivered.

Looking at himself onscreen, he murmured that his face looked more round with a baseball cap. But he kept the cap on, as his hair was not in a good condition.

He said he had lost weight and was happy when viewers told him that it showed.

The idol agreed with fans that the band’s official light stick was very cute.

“It is even cuter as it can be shortened like this,” he said mimicking the gesture of pushing buttons to make the handle more compact. “It looks better when you see it in person,” he added.

Yeonjun nearly showed viewers a dance move he had been practicing for the group’s new music. But he agonized over the delayed delivery instead and jumped up when the tripe finally came.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176170.

Stray Kids’ Lee Know enjoys late night snack

(Naver's V Live)

Lee Know of Stray Kids went live past 11 p.m. enjoying a late-night snack.

“Take a good look at my face while I finish this,” he joked eating a chocolate-flavored ice cream bar.

He had worked out before going on V Live. When fans asked what kind of exercise he does, he asked with a grin if they wanted to try his routine that alternates between aerobic and anaerobic.

“If I hit the gym before a concert, I burn 100 calories on a treadmill, do 100 push-ups, 100 squats and 100 sit-ups. It’s my morning exercise. Pretty simple, right?” said the performer.

If he works out in the evening, he picks out a body part to focus on and then does a routine.

However, he had no plans to show fans his abs.

Lee Know then opened a pack of yogurt, wondering if he should change the theme of his solo livestream to eating.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176132.

IZ*ONE unboxes 1st album

(Naver's V Live)

Miyawaki Sakura, Kwon Eunbi, Cho Yuri and Lee Chaeyeon unboxed the “I Was” version of their first full-length album, “BLOOM*IZ.”

After the four introduced themselves, Kwon tried to explain they would be looking inside the album’s ASMR version but stuttered and admitted she was nervous.

Each album comes with an augmented reality card, said Lee. They had brought one to show viewers how it worked.

Using a special application, Lee zoomed into her card with a photograph of herself holding a feather.

When the feather started turning through the app, Miyawaki let out a sound of surprise that echoed through the ASMR microphone.

Making the most of the ASMR feature, the bandmates opened the album package and went through the items one by one.

Spotting a photo card of herself, Cho confided that she looked a little puffy on the day of the shoot as she had eaten chicken the night before.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176180.

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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