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[V Report] BTS's Suga offers insight into solo project

  • Published : May 29, 2020 - 13:01
  • Updated : May 29, 2020 - 13:01

Broadcast date: May 28-29
Starring: BTS, Twice, Ateez, Kim Wooseok

(Naver's V Live)

Suga of BTS talked about his solo mixtape going live from his room.

“I won’t be able to talk about it later since Festa is starting soon,” he said, “although I wanted to give more time to enjoy it first.”

The artist brought a bottle of single malt whiskey -- “only a tiny bit” -- saying that it is a good day.

“It’s been almost four years,” he went on teasing viewers that all the history is inside his laptop. Going through the files, he shared exactly when he finished each song murmuring that he did quite a lot of work in September last year.

“That is why I thought of releasing (the EP) in September,” he said but he had to reschedule as he could not find time to record.

“‘Daechwita’ was the ninth song to be made and it was done on March 29 ... and ‘Set Me Free’ is not here as it was the last track and was written only two weeks ago,” he explained.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/193808.

Twice's Dahyun celebrates birthday

(Naver's V Live)

Dahyun of Twice spent the last hour of her birthday with her fans via Naver’s V Live.

It has been a day full of congratulatory messages -- from the band members to the staffers and executives -- and she was overwhelmed with happiness seeing and hearing about messages and advertisements posted by her fans.

“I’ve spent the day with my family,” she went on. “I was craving for bossam (pork belly wrap) and pizza, and decided go for the meat. But I ate too much and felt guilty especially since we’re coming back in three days so I ran a little.”

The idol asked about the video clip in which she sang and played “Feel Special” on piano. She liked the piano version of the song in particular and have been thinking about playing it herself ever since it came out.

“I am so grateful that you celebrated my birthday as if it were yours and hope it can be a way to show my gratitude,” said Dahyun.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/193395.

Ateez beckons fans for upcoming event

(Naver's V Live)

The bandmates of Ateez went live together full of excitement for their online fan meeting event.

They roused up the tension singing and dancing “Wave,” before Kim Hongjoong tried to calm down the members.

“The meet is two days away but we couldn’t wait to see you,” said the leader, “And just so you know anything we do now can be a spoiler.”

“We’re practicing every day but especially a lot yesterday,” said Jung Wooyoung prompting Choi San to ask if his thighs are all right.

“The broadcast will be like a rain in a drought,” Park Seonghwa said confidently.

The eight-piece act asked fans to tune in from the comfort of their homes enjoying the online event over some delicious food.

“We really, really love you Atiny,” said Choi Jongho addressing their fans, “and we‘re pouring ourselves into preparation as much!”

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/193623.

Kim Wooseok ripe for solo debut

(Naver's V Live)

Kim Wooseok appeared in “Idol Radio” after his first solo performance in a television music program.

After showcasing “Red Moon,” his solo debut title, the former X1 and Up10tion member admitted that he was extremely nervous to go onstage all by himself.

DJs Youngjae of GOT7 and Young K of DAY6 offered him encouragement and congratulated Kim on the release of his first solo EP, “1st Desire Greed.”

Confiding that he has not had the opportunity to present the EP even to his parents yet, the idol went on to explain that it comes in three different versions named after his initials. “K” focuses on charisma, “W” on innocence and “S” on opulence, and as the title track suggests, the songs depict how desire consumes you like a lunar eclipse, from W to S and then to K, he explained.

He has participated in writing the title track but “was nonplussed” when it was picked. His favorite part of the lyrics? “I feel you” in the chorus.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/192712.

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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