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[V Report] Monsta X’s I.M. shakes off sleepiness with fans

  • Published : Jul 12, 2020 - 15:37
  • Updated : Jul 12, 2020 - 15:37

Broadcast date: July 11-12

Starring: Monsta X, TOO, GFriend, Woodz

Monsta X’s I.M. shakes off sleepiness with fans

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I.M. of Monsta X took to V Live on Saturday night with a toned-down voice and a natural look.

“Guys, I’m half-tired, sleepy and kind of not clearheaded, as I started my day quite early. I hope you understand,” he said.
But the singer intimately communicated with fans, asking how their days were.

“After I woke up, I went to a dermatologist, worked out, ate pasta and walked around a bit,” he said, sharing his activities. Asked about his diet method, he confessed that he ate ramen for the first time in four months last day so that he’s been trapped in guilt.

The Monsta X member continued the small talk, sharing a part of lyrics from a song he’s been working on, showing off his bracelet, sharing his playlist and collecting opinions on his next hair color.

Monsta X is set to hold its first online concert on Aug. 9
Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/202409


TOO is ready to run together

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With its comeback just around the corner, TOO set the tone for its upcoming album with a teaser video.

In the short clip, the 10 bandmates are featured in various backgrounds and atmosphere, telling the story of how they go through the dark phase of relationships and run toward a bright future together in the end.

Titled “Count 1,2,” the new single fronts the rookie group’s second EP that will be out on Wednesday. The album also features tracks like “Step by Step,” “Better,” “Taillight” and “Dancing in the Moonlight.”

After being created on Mnet audition program “To Be World Klass,” the 10-piece rookie group, whose name stands for “Ten Oriented Orchestra,” debuted with the “Reason for Being: Benevolence” EP and single “Magnolia” on April 1. TOO became one of the seven boybands to have competed in Mnet’s K-pop competition “Road to Kingdom.”

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/202343


GFriend ready to join chart competition with ‘Apple’

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GFriend is ready to jump into the summer chart competition.

On Saturday night, the five-piece girl band dropped a teaser video for its upcoming single “Apple.” The clip kicks off with vocalist Eunha lying on a bed of flowers and mysteriously staring upwards. It also features the girls dancing in the backdrop of a green-filled white temple while clad in matching white dresses, moving onto SinB cryptically holding an apple from an apple tree. The song has been produced by an array of renown in-house producers of Big Hit Entertainment, such as Frants, Pdogg and Bang Si-hyuk.

“Apple” fronts the group’s forthcoming EP, “Song of the Sirens,” which will be out on Monday. The album also features tracks like
“Time of the Snow,” “Mirror Room,” “Tarot Cards,” “Creme Brulee” and “North Stairs.”

The album will also tell the story of a girl who is swayed by temptation albeit having chosen a path she believed to be the right one.
GFriend most recently released its “Labyrinth” album in February.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/202387


Woodz sings medley of Sung Si-kyung

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Woodz sang a medley of balladeer Sung Si-kyung at the request of fans.

During his casual V Live broadcast on Saturday evening, the soloist shared that he received a request from one fan to sing a song titled “Hee Jae” by Sung from yesterday’s online fan event.

At first, Woodz said he didn’t know the song, but after playing “Hee Jae” with his phone for a while, he started singing along the ballad song.

“I know this song. I realized it after the refrain,” he said.

During his unexpected live performance, fans exploded with compliments, asking him to sing another song by Sung.

Sharing that he is a huge fan of the ballad guru, Woodz chose his hit “Every Moment of You.”

He also promised fans that he will sing the full version of the song after some practice.

Watch the full clip at: https://www.vlive.tv/video/202414

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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