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[V Report] NCT reveals their practice room for the first time

  • Published : May 10, 2020 - 18:06
  • Updated : May 10, 2020 - 18:06

Broadcast date: May 9-10
Starring: NCT, Itzy, Astro, SF9

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(Naver's V Live)
NCT gave fans a look behind the scenes on V Live on Saturday, showing off the band’s dance studio for the first time.

Fans were in for a treat as the multi-unit group from S.M. Entertainment decided to act natural as they rehearsed in what they called their practice room.

The bandmates appeared to be in a good mood as they practiced heavily choreographed dance moves while singing.

In the 12-minute video, which had racked up over 630,000 views as of Sunday afternoon, the group also took a break halfway through to chat and share feedback.

The video gave fans a better idea of the artists’ lives offstage and how they perfect their choreography.

The band members let loose, approaching the camera and playfully moving around.

And before the livestream came to a close, the group shouted, “Hello, we are NCT!”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190467.

Itzy’s Lia keeps it casual

Speaking to fans on V Live, Lia from girl group Itzy cut a casual figure in a dark T-shirt and several bracelets.

First appearing in a pair of oversized glasses, the singer said, “I didn’t take a nap today. I think today was one of the few times I woke up early on a day off,” adding that she could count the number of such occasions on her fingers.

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(Naver's V Live)
She explained that her face had been swollen the last time she livestreamed because she’d taken a nap.

After discussing her sleep habits with viewers, she also talked about watching films with Ryujin.

“I actually like spoilers, but Ryujin really stays away from spoilers. As soon as she thinks she might hear something, she covers her ears,” she said.

As she kept adjusting her hair, some fans asked her when she would finish doing her hair.

To which she said, without hesitating, “You know I’m slow. I’m not called a sloth for no reason.”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190493.

Astro films sandwich meokbang

Astro’s Jinjin and Cha Eun-woo did a meokbang on V Live where they ate sandwiches and chatted with fans.

Wearing matching white outfits, the two appeared rather hungry before they bit right into their sandwiches.

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(Naver's V Live)
“Did the Arohas have dinner yet?” Cha asked gently, addressing the group’s fandom community as he looked into the camera.

“We are going to do a meokbang today. We had a great lunch but haven’t had a real dinner yet,” Cha told the fans.

Jinjin, who had the over-easy egg sandwich for the first time, said it was tasty but added that people who aren’t into over-easy eggs might not like it.

The two also talked about Jinjin’s new hairdo, since fans pointed it out.

Cha also gave his two cents.

“I also realized during this promo that a light hair color suits you best. It really complements your looks,” the fellow bandmate said.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190482.

Chani updates fans on his life

Chani of SF9 managed to go live on V Live despite his busy schedule.

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(Naver's V Live)
Sporting a blue cap, the singer took to V Live to talk about the latest on his life, including details about Saturday’s livestream.

Letting out a sigh, the singer said he’d decided to go solo because he couldn’t find another band member to do the livestream with him, calling it regrettable.

“Today, I’m here alone,” he said before changing the subject. “Our styling team chose this hat for me. It’s a navy one.”

Chani seemed content with the fashion item as he went on to explain that the hat was in line with the group’s sea-themed stage performance.

He boasted that he had already ordered bossam, pork wraps, to eat, before emphasizing that he’d chosen the extra-large ones as he cracked a smile.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/190468.

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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