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[V Report] GOT7's Mark asks fans out on a date

  • Published : Apr 14, 2020 - 12:36
  • Updated : Apr 14, 2020 - 12:36

Broadcast date: April 13-14
Starring: GOT7, Seventeen, Tomorrow X Together, Winner

(Naver's V Live)

Mark of GOT7 invited fans to join him on an online date, beginning a series of relay V Live segments for the band.

“We’re finally coming back,” he said excitedly. “Starting this week, different members are going to be meeting you every day. Today it’s me,” he said with a smile.

“We will have some ramen and desserts, some ice cream, afterwards,” the performer said, asking viewers to choose from four kinds of instant noodles.

“I like adding an egg to my ramen,” he said, going on to explain that he added only the whites while expertly using an eggshell to separate the whites from the yolk.

“This is my first meal of the day,” said Mark, happily helping himself to the spicy noodles and offering some to the viewers.

“Are you excited about our return?” he asked, confirming that the band was coming out with new music in a week.

“I like all the songs personally,” he added, before stopping himself from saying any more.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/185340.

Seventeen’s S.Coups awaits dinner

(Naver's V Live)

S.Coups of Seventeen asked viewers to recommend dinner so that he could eat while livestreaming.

Every meal counts, he said, going through the posts sent in by fans. When he saw that someone had suggested “ganjang gejang,” or raw crabs marinated in soy sauce, he made up his mind and decided to order a spicy version. He instantly looked it up on his smartphone.

“A combination of spicy gejang and ‘galbijjim’ (braised short ribs) ... I am going to pay now,” said the idol, wondering what he should do while waiting.

As for the band’s reality program, “Going Seventeen,” the leader said the bandmates had made quite a lot of content already and fans might catch him if they watched.

He also chatted about a range of topics -- jumping from listening to songs while sleeping to ditching his piercings and having to put on lip balm all the time.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/185422.

Tomorrow X Together shares bandmates' stories

(Naver's V Live)

Taehyun and Beomgyu of TXT went live together in their duo segment.

“You must have been missing us. All the emojis are crying,” said Taehyun.

Beomgyu started with a story, sent in anonymously, from a TXT band member who was disappointed in another member.

“I have given clothing as a birthday present ... and a pair of shoes before that. But haven’t seen (the bandmate) wear them and think he probably never will,” the story went.

The pair said the story wasn’t about either of them, since they hadn’t received clothes or shoes for their birthdays.

“But Hueningkai actually has never worn the clothing I presented to him while we were in the US. It probably still has the tag on,” said Taehyun.

Another anonymous band member asked Taehyun, who often orders a late-night snack, to consult him before deciding what to get so they can share.

“Okay, Beomgyu,” said Taehyun after reading the message.

“It wasn’t me!” protested Beomgyu, but Taehyun said the rest of their bandmates liked his go-to menu choices.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/185473.

Winner asks fans to remember everyone

(Naver's V Live)

Seungyoon and Mino of Winner took over “Idol Radio” both as hosts and guests.

They held cutout photos of Jinwoo and Seunhoon, who have enlisted in the Army, and put them in the empty seats before beginning their live segment.

“Please understand that these two could be quiet,” said Seungyoon, chuckling, referring to the two absent band members.

As promised, the pair did their best to keep the viewers entertained, doing an impromptu freestyle rap to share their feelings about hosting the show. Mino, the band’s rapper, admitted that he’d totally botched it -- making his bandmate laugh.

They then talked about “Remember,” the lead track from their latest album. Mino, who co-wrote the song, explained that it was a melodic number about the complex feelings accompanying a breakup. The album has given them an opportunity to stay connected with fans before they take a break as a band, said Seungyoon.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/185033.

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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