L's segment is seven minutes and twenty seconds of gorgeousness. He speaks to the camera a lot throughout his photoshoot. It shows L during both photoshoots (him wearing the cream blazer and the other of him wearing the striped cardigan). This behind-the-scenes shoot shows how L really knows how to model: he jumps into new poses in between shots, never runs out of poses, looks confident in his modeling skills (without being cocky) and knows the styles that the photographer is trying to achieve. L also uses the poses he is known for from the introduction of the Ranking King Fashion episode: touching his face and hair, as well as walking with one step forward and pausing. There were so many cute photos throughout this photoshoot but sadly the magazine only chose the photos that portrayed L with a more mature, stern side.
Jay Park's segment is similar to L's and is over seven and a half minutes long. He starts with an English introduction! The remainder of his behind-the-scenes time is of just Jay posing for the camera, with no interactions or thoughts spoken. It's interesting to see his hip hop style showing while at the photoshoot, with Jay break dancing and constantly dancing on set. There were also a few takes where Jay had a cup of water splashed in his face, which was fun to see.
My Name's segment is only around three and a half minutes. It's a group interview with one member holding one of their signed albums, so I'm guessing it's to promote their latest album. It's cool to see My Name standing in front of a room filled with Kpop albums displayed on shelves, which is the room that many Kpop stars introduce the week's Billboard Korea K-Pop Hot 100 Top 50!
Overall, I absolutely love this magazine! The photos are really beautiful and cover an array of Kpop stars. Also for fans of L and Jay Park, the behind-the-scenes DVD shows perfection (I don't list My Name because their segment is so short and I don't understand what they're saying).