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[V Report] Tomorrow X Together’s Soobin turns to rabbit

  • Published : Apr 10, 2020 - 12:14
  • Updated : Apr 10, 2020 - 12:14

Broadcast date: April 9-10
Starring: Tomorrow X Together, Stray Kids, Winner, NCT 127

(Naver's V Live)

Soobin of TXT livestreamed a face-painting session to keep fans entertained.

First he reassured fans that he is feeling okay after having a wisdom tooth taken out the previous day.

“I am eating well,” he said, “I had porridge yesterday but ordered in some chicken lunch today. I was told that it would be better to eat porridge for two days but felt like I was depriving myself.”

Thankfully his cheek was not swollen that much probably because he kept an ice pack all day long.

“I was worried as I was going to do the V Live today but more because it hurt,” the idol confided.

Yeonjun stopped by briefly and dipped a brush in green paint scaring Soobin. Despite the latter’s protest, Yeonjun drew a small piece of leaf at the side of his mouth.

Then as per fans’ request, Soobin went for a rabbit with three whiskers on each cheek and a pink nosetip. The finishing touch? A tiny heart at the outer corner of his left eye.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184851.

Stray Kids's I.N misses going to school

(Naver's V Live)

I.N of Stray Kids took to V Live for the 28th episode of his solo segment.

He woke up early and did a roll call for attendance as school has begun online. The first two classes were posted online but for the next two, he had to meet everyone in the virtual classroom.

“I was definitely looking bad so I covered myself up as much as possible with the hoodie,” said the idol chuckling.

“I’m 20, but still in high school!” he said with a big smile admitting that he wants to wear his school uniform and go to school. To actually experience online learning felt strange as he used to imagine as a young boy that someday he may do so, mused I.N.

When some viewers recommended Nintendo’s “Animal Crossing,” he said that he has been thinking of buying it.

“I really liked the game when I was young,” he said.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184858.

Winner's Mino thanks everyone

(Naver's V Live)

Mino of Winner surprised fans briefly appearing on V Live after midnight in his pajamas.

When some fans told him that they are streaming the tracks from the band’s just-released album “Remember,” he said he will let them do it in peace and pretended to say bye with a chuckle.

“I thought it was until midnight so I came now,” said the musician asking viewers how they liked the songs.

“We were so eager to share them with you,” he said adding that he just wanted to thank everyone.

“My Bad” is a very old song, said Mino who co-wrote both the melody and lyrics.

“About five years? Although it’s completely rearranged,” he said singing some parts from the track. The notes are too high and he had a hard time recording it, he admitted.

“I will let you hear the guide version of some songs including ‘Remember,’” he promised.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184929.

NCT 127 tries acting

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of NCT 127 paired up and took on an acting challenge in variety program “Star Road.”

Yuta and Mark went first and after a short rehearsal, played a scene from “When the Camellia Blooms” while the rest of the members snickered. Yuta, in the role of Kang Haneul, had a hard time doing the lines in dialects while Mark had an even harder time trying not to burst into laughter.

Haechan and Jungwoo chose “Crash Landing on You” and to everyone’s surprise, smoothly acted out the scene in which they, as North Korean soldiers, debated what the female lead’s heart hand signal meant.

Taeil and Doyoung picked “Itaewon Class” and Doyoung shocked everyone by memorizing the lines while rehearsing. While the two immersed themselves into the roles, Jaehyun and Taeyong almost cried trying not to crack up. When everyone shrieked in laughter, Doyoung threw the script at them and asked them to let him concentrate.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/184780.

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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