(Updated June 2020)
IMPORTANT!!! I have moved to Korea since I created this blog, and I since have discovered that many videos – especially ones that are uploaded by fans with English subs have been blocked on Korean YouTube and other websites. This also means I cannot add as many full videos as before, because they simply are not available in my region. All of the videos on the list are the ones I can access easily in Korea, or they are subbed clips I can find on Korean YouTube. I apologize for the inconvenience! – Katherine
Approximate Promotion Period: February 2019
JTBC (episodes on V-Live)
A K-pop centered variety show with former Weekly Idol hosts Jung Hyungdon and Defconn. It generally features standard dance and mission corners, tailoring the games to the group or a specific member. Clips (especially subbed ones) are hard to find because the show is pretty vigilant about their copyright. It’s best to go directly to the source on V-Live (click here).
A popular series of dance videos where an idol group performs their latest track standing in a line, with one member dancing at a time.
A popular variety show that shines the spotlight on one or more idol groups every episode. There are well-known corners that often involve dance challenges or aegyo, but the guests always play games or complete missions to earn prizes.
Weekly Idol fansubbed episodes are blocked in Korea, so I can only link whatever subbed clips I can find on YouTube at this point. There aren’t any subbed clips for this episode, so this video is of them dancing to “Trespass” (their debut song).
IDOL RADIO (147)
You can watch the broadcast on V-Live here.
ASK IN A BOX
Ask in a Box
(에스크 인 어 박스)
An online segment where an idol group sits in a “box” (I think it’s just a room in white) and answers questions sent in by fans. Each member has his/her camera, so you can see multiple one-shots of different people at a time.
This actually happened a little bit after their comeback, but it’s a funny clip where a bunch of kids vote on who their favorite member is (based on their “Shoot Out” pictures).
SOURCES: YouTube*, V-Live, 1theK, JTBC, MBC (and MBC Every1), MNET/M2
Weekly Idol clip uploaded by ALL THE K-POP.