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[V Report] Twice’s Momo, Sana go live from taxi

  • Published : Feb 24, 2020 - 10:30
  • Updated : Feb 24, 2020 - 11:18

Broadcast dates: Feb. 23-24
Starring: Twice, SF9, Pentagon

(Naver's V Live)

Momo and Sana of Twice went live after wrapping up their concert in Nagoya, Japan.

“I have been talking all by myself for about 20 minutes but I don’t think anyone has been able to see it,” she said. She said she was sad when she read the comments, because viewers didn’t seem to be following what she was saying, but then she realized that the application was not working.

“Maybe the app is not happy with me since I (haven’t used it) in such a long while,” said the idol.

Sana, sitting next to her, stayed out of the frame for a while, telling viewers that they wouldn’t want to see her gorging herself on food.

As Sana played with Momo’s black mane, covering her face with her bandmate’s hair, Momo told her that her lighter hair color suited her very well. This made Sana wonder if there was any kind of bleach that wouldn’t damage her hair.

Maybe in 50 years, she reflected, answering her own question. The bandmates admitted that sometimes they wished some technology existed to remove their makeup and wash their faces when they’re too tired.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176750.

Twice’s Tzuyu checks in before Japan concert

(Naver's V Live)

Tzuyu of Twice took to V Live from the waiting room before going onstage for the last time during the band’s arena tour in Japan.

With a big hair roller secured in front, the idol, donning a sparkling costume, tried to adjust the camera because she wasn’t happy with the lighting. She settled on a filter and apologized to viewers, saying she couldn’t stay long since she needed a stretching session before taking to the stage.

“I wanted to tell you that the solo photo shoot I told you I did a while ago is not for a magazine but for a photo book,” said Tzuyu, pacifying fans who were still waiting for the photos to come out. As a great number of pictures were taken over two days, it was taking some time, she said, but it would be very soon.

“It will be worth the wait,” said the performer.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176724.

SF9’s Jaeyoon soothes fans after cancellation

(Naver's V Live)

Jaeyoon of SF9 talked with fans on the day of the band’s canceled fan meeting event, taking over the baton from his bandmates Youngbin, Inseong and Rowoon.

“I have just wrapped up my day and came to say goodnight to you, Fantasy,” he said, addressing the band’s official fandom. He told them not to misunderstand, explaining that he has been practicing and working out, not shooting something.

“Maybe I should have come (on V Live) earlier,” said the idol apologetically. “I saw many messages that you’ve been missing me and I should not.” He expressed his sadness about not having been able to see them in person as the event was called off out as a precaution to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

Don’t be too disappointed, though, said Jaeyoon, as there will be another chance as soon as possible.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176768.

Pentagon’s Yuto says goodnight to fans with soft music

(Naver's V Live)

Yuto of Pentagon went live past midnight after an autograph session for fans.

He showed off his fingernails -- the nails on one hand were painted black, and the rest were painted black and purple -- adding that he was thinking of keeping them that way for spring.

“They are scary, right?” he asked viewers.

Yuto was chatting quietly with fans when Hui burst in.

“I just wanted to ask if you want to eat something with me,” said Hui, declining when Yuto offered him a seat. Instead, he sat down and picked up a guitar, which Yuto took over and started playing. The pair then began an impromptu recital of Dean’s “Instagram,” with Hui singing along with the guitar before breaking into laughter.

“You are so good,” said Yuto.

Hui then excused himself and Yuto confided that he hadn’t been practicing guitar recently. He plucked some quiet tunes, telling viewers he hoped the music would help them fall asleep.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/176765.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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