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[V Report] NCT Dream’s Jisung, Chenle ask fans to keep secret

  • Published : Mar 26, 2020 - 13:51
  • Updated : Mar 26, 2020 - 13:51

Broadcast date: Mar. 25-26
Starring: NCT Dream, GOT7, Ong Seongwu, Twice

(Naver's V Live)

Jisung and Chenle of NCT Dream went live after shooting content as a pair.

“We are puffed up and have gotten fat,” said Chenle, asking Jisung if there was a filter that would make them look thinner on the screen.

Donning aprons, they both admitted that they’d been shooting something together and said the stain on Jisung’s cuff was the clue. Chenle whispered something and Jisung’s eyes went wide as he hurriedly stopped his bandmate from dropping any more hints. His eyes widened further, though, as he looked at fans’ comments guessing the two singers must have been making dalgona coffee, a sweet coffee that needs to be whisked hundreds of times.

“Please pretend you didn’t know,” Jisung asked viewers, “although some of you do.”

They then chatted briefly about how Jisung was teaching himself to play the guitar. “I want to try guitar as you can bring it anywhere and play whenever you want,” said Chenle, who plays piano.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181853.

GOT7's JB shows off new hair color

(Naver's V Live)

JB of GOT7 took to V Live sporting a new hair color: orangey strawberry pink.

With a sheepish smile, he said he had turned into a lady and confessed that he’d asked the hairdresser to leave the roots of his chin-length hair untouched since he was afraid it would be too painful.

“I’ve just wanted to change the color,” said the musician. If he tried to pull his hair into a knot now, it would probably break off, he added. It is just for a change, not to promote the band’s next album, he said in response to fans’ questions.

Meanwhile, he needed to eat an early dinner but couldn’t decide what he should eat, said JB, turning down a recommendation of entrails as too heavy. He is staying at home and is feeling the fresh air only through the windows, he told fans. Animation and cartoons are the best shows to keep him entertained, he added, picking “Sword Art Online” as his favorite.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181824.

Ong Seongwu hosts online showcase

(Naver's V Live)

Ong Seongwu held an online showcase for his first EP, “Layers,” via Naver’s V Live.

“I am very nervous,” he admitted, especially since “this is the first time I am coming out with an EP for which I participated in writing all the melodies and lyrics.”

He wanted the songs to reflect himself, and as the title of the album indicates, the tracks deal with the theme of layers of feelings. Feelings he has felt and that have helped make him who he is, explained the performer, saying he’d tried to convey them with as little filtering as possible.

Ong shared makings-of clips for the jacket cover and teaser trailers as well. As for the scene where he floats in the water, he recalled that he’d had to jump into a deep tank at least 20 times and had drunk quite a lot of water. But he’d kept the new album under wraps for as long as he could since he wanted to surprise everyone, he confided.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/180859.

Twice's Mina plays Minecraft

(Naver's V Live)

Mina of Twice livestreamed while playing her recent favorite game, Minecraft.

She first offered a look inside the house she’d built, modestly saying it was small compared with those built by expert players. As you can invite friends over in the game, she has two guest rooms.

“There is nothing on the second floor yet, though. Please share if you have any ideas via comments,” asked the idol.

Outside the house was a farm where chickens, cows and sheep milled around in the fenced areas. As the sky darkened, she first thought she should go back inside to stay safe as the night would bring out the Zombies, but changed her mind and tried to fight some.

“I have kept the near area well lit so I will have to venture out slightly,” said Mina. Soon enough, she encountered five Zombies and managed to kill all of them -- but, spotting another wave of them, she retreated to the safety of her bed.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/181834.

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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