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[V Report] Baekhyun drops more hints about new album ‘Delight’

  • Published : May 24, 2020 - 17:46
  • Updated : May 24, 2020 - 17:46

Broadcast date: May 23-24
Starring: EXO, Twice, SF9, Ong Seong-wu

Baekhyun answered a few questions ahead of his new solo record which is slated for release on Monday.

(Naver's V Live)
“Has it already been nine months? I didn’t realize since I’ve been performing ‘UN Village’ while touring,” said the singer from the group EXO who is releasing his second solo EP” Delight.

Even though he made his solo debut with his previous record, the singer added the new album will be another debut with a new concept, presenting a different side of him.

When asked to compare the upcoming EP to the previous one, he said the new album has more versatility.
“While ‘UN Village’ was more relaxed and romantic and tried to subtly show understated sexiness, Baekhyun during the ‘Candy’ era has prepared everything and the message is ‘I’ll cater to you,’” he said as he held a big lollipop.

On choosing ‘Candy’ as the title track, the singer said he wanted to show more of his dancing.
“I wanted to show more dancing and thought the track offered relaxed listening, which is why I chose it (as the title track.)

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/192813

Twice unveils trailer for ‘More & More’ video

Twice went all flower power in a new trailer for the video for their upcoming single “More & More.”

(Naver's V Live)
On Saturday, the group released the clip on V Live where the members appeared on a colorful set that resembles a lush garden.
With spring-inspired makeup looks and frill-sleeved dresses, the nine-piece group posed and smiled, drumming up excitement for their upcoming release.

With no lyrics, the instrumental track featuring fresh tropical beats and thumping bass dropped hints as to what kind of sound the song might have before the video featured a snake in red in the end.

“More & More” is their ninth EP set for release on June 1, featuring a total of seven tracks including the lead track of the same title.
The track was written and produced by British writer and producer MNEK alongside J. Y. Park, Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, Zara Larsson and Lee Hae-sol.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/192883

Zuho of SF9 goes live for fans

Zuho from SF9 livestreamed to keep fans up to date on Saturday.

(Naver's V Live)
The singer from nine-piece boyband SF9 appeared on camera in low video quality that made the clip look like a VHS tape.
“I opted for low video quality in case it stops streaming,” he said while wearing a black beanie hat.

The singer also added he had just come back from eating barbeque with fellow bandmate Chani when viewers asked him whether he had eaten or not.

Having changed his outfit and cuddling his cat from time to time, the singer cut a casual figure during the stream.
Recalling his performance of “Play Hard” at KCON LA when he had red hair, he talked about how satisfied he was with the way he was captured by the camera.

When asked about the hardest song to perform in terms of choreography, he chose “Jungle Game,” which he also added to be a song that lifts up the mood during a show.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/192856

Singer Ong Seong-wu streams from his car

Singer One Seong-wu took to V Live to celebrate the first anniversary of his fan club from his van.

Regretting that he couldn’t go online when the clock hit midnight, the singer said hi to his fans before adding, “Sorry for being late. I wanted to go live at midnight but my filming schedule went on.”

(Naver's V Live)
While on the move to the next location, he showed a heart-shaped balloon and a cake to celebrate the special occasion.
“I will show you on a count of three. It’s the birthday cake for my fans WELO,” the singer said as he thanked his fandom known as WELO.”

The cake featuring icing flowers on the top said, “Happy Birthday WELO from Ong.”

Ong officially launched his fan club on May 24 in 2019, naming it WELO which means ‘We Eternally Love Ong Seong-wu.”

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/192888

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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