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[V Report] BTS’s Jin talks to fans over dinner

  • Published : Apr 9, 2020 - 13:27
  • Updated : Apr 9, 2020 - 13:38

Broadcast date: April 8-9
Starring: BTS, Winner, NCT Dream, SF9

(Naver's V Live)

Jin of BTS took to V Live while enjoying his dinner at the company studio.

“Jin, the handsome guy as you know, is back,” he announced tongue in cheek. He has been working on something and thought it would be nice to chat with viewers while having the meal, he said showing a box of ordered-in tripe grilled together with beef brisket and rice cakes.

“I’ve been thinking of doing this but couldn’t as something came up,” explained the artist.

He will start eating right away since he is very hungry, he said and let out a sigh of content relishing the first bite.

“This is so good, maybe because I was famished,” said Jin.

“I kind of lost appetite these days,” he told fans. Some days, he made do with a single cup noodle and his lost some weight, back down to 63 kilograms even though he did manage to push it up to 65.

“(Losing weight) started stressing me out so I began to order in and try to eat more,” he confided.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184426.

Winner's Kang Seungyoon reminds fans of album release

(Naver's V Live)

Kang Seungyoon of Winner livestreamed on the day before the release of the band’s new album.

“In an hour and 40 minutes, our third full-length album ‘Remember’ will come out,” he began.

He usually chats with fans via an exclusive channel on V Live but he wanted to remind more viewers of the new album even though they have dropped a single named “Hold” as a pre-release, acknowledged the leader of the band.

“Also, Jinwoo has begun his military duty and we will not be able to promote as much as we want,” he added, “although we believe we did our best.” Jinwoo has actually called him right before he began broadcasting, said Kang. He was given five minutes to make a call between training and he seemed to have adjusted well.

The musician showed his newly black hair as well.

“It’s been quite a while, but I will save you the trouble of trying to figure out the meaning behind it. There is none. My hair just couldn’t take anything anymore,” he said chuckling.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184539.

NCT Dream's Renjun may have changed hair color

(Naver's V Live)

Renjun of NCT Dream took to V Live almost at midnight on his way home.

“Many of you must have been getting ready to sleep,” he said apologetically telling viewers that he came on late as he had a recording session for his radio program.

“But I decided to talk to you anyways as I always do every week,” added the idol.

When some fans asked him if they can get their hopes up from the fact that he is completely covering his hair with a black beanie, he chortled and said he would pass.

As for the upcoming birthday of bandmate Jeno, he was undecided about what present he should give him -- “he is into bicycles but I’m not sure what would be good” -- and asked viewers for recommendations.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184614.

SF9's Jaeyoon tries making small plants

(Naver's V Live)

Jaeyoon of SF9 chatted with fans while planting some succulents in the spirit of Arbor Day that fell on April 5.

“I have bought some succulent plants,” he said showing three palm-sized greens, “and some seeds.”

He brought seed packets of perilla leaves as well as Korean and romaine lettuce and when they are fully grown in about two months, he will use them in his video content with Taeyang, said the idol expectantly.

“I didn’t even imagine I would be planting something,” he acknowledged putting on gloves.

He started adding the soil to the small pots -- white, yellow and green -- but changed his mind and decorated them first.

“Have faith in my creativity,” said Jaeyoon, “I will go with whatever comes to mind.”

After almost an hour and a half, he managed to plant all the seeds and pot the succulents, and posed for the camera triumphantly.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184381.

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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