MV 'Desire' Eunjung #1 YinYueTai V Chart
The details of "EUN JUNG JAPAN SOLO DEBUT MINI ALBUM" DESIRE Release Release Event " details of T-ARA Ungeon who started the activity in Japan as a solo artist are decided. As well as idols, Unjong who plays an active part in a movie and a drama debuts as a solo artist in Japan from April 1st. An event is held to commemorate the debut mini album release. It will be held in three cities , Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo . In advance of the general sale of tickets for commemorative release, a ticket advance lottery will be held for fan club members.
#Namjin Best Dancers
ARMY Furious With Local Fans For Their behavior Towards Jin And RM During iHeart Interview. BTS sat down with iHeart for a special interview that lasted for 35 minutes on May 21st (local time), however, the experience, especially for international ARMY, was unpleasant to say the least. During a portion of the interview, the interviewer asked, ARMY found issue with the way other ARMY who attended the interview reacted, the ARMY in the audience yelled out ‘Jin,’ and ‘RM.’ one particular person loudly yelled out Jin. Jin can be seen looking rather uncomfortable. Other members tried to laugh it off but Jin looked visibly upset. Jungkook signed to the audience ‘No,’ while V signed ‘cut’ as in to tell the audience to politely stop yelling. Shortly after the interview aired and the specific clip went viral, ARMY around the world trended #NamjinBestDancers. As of this article published date, its sitting at number two. ARMY had different reactions to the disrespect by the audience who yelled out answers and were loud during the interview. Some criticized them while other focused on showcasing just how hard RM and Jin work on their choreographies.
#WE sold 100k Albums Winner
Winner is winning! Just like their name, @yginnercircle came out on top of Gaon Album Chart last week while their single "Ah Yeah" topped the download chart in the same week.
GOT 7 Elipse WorldWide Trends
GOT7 has returned, and reactions to their comeback have taken over Twitter! The JYP Entertainment group released their new mini album “Spinning Top” on May 20 at 6 p.m. KST, as well as the music video for the title track “Eclipse.” The comeback was soon topping worldwide trending topics, with popular hashtags including #GOT7_ECLIPSE and #GOT7_SPINNINGTOP. Every member shines in the MV, and they all show so much talent, charisma, and pure visual power that many bias lists are in total confusion today.
#NCT127 SUPERHUMAN MV
TEASER Posted by beansss AKP STAFF 7 hours ago NCT 127 drop complex, dynamic MV teaser for 'Superhuman' AKP STAFF Youtube NCT 127 have finally dropped a complex MV teaser for their comeback title track, "Superhuman"! In the MV teaser, you can get a glimpse of the dynamic, powerful choreography to NCT 127's complextro-dance genre track "Superhuman", as the members take inspiration from 'DC Universe's hero Superman for their point move. NCT 127's full comeback with their 4th mini album 'NCT #127 WE ARE SUPERHUMAN' is just one more day away, dropping worldwide this May 24 at 6 PM KST. The full MV for "Superhuman" is set to premiere a little earlier, on May 24 at 12 AM KST.
Sulli f(x) Instagram
Sulli explains title controversy involving veteran actor Lee Sung Min The controversy began when Sulli shared the below photo on Instagram with the caption, "The other day with Sungmin-sshi," which is a title usually reserved for peers. The comment caused some lash back as the former f(x) member and the 50-year-old actor would be considered to be in a hoobae-sunbae (junior-senior) relationship. On May 22, Sulli explained herself on Instagram, saying she and her other sunbaes often refer to each other in the same way. She posted, "When I first met him, we decided to be friends, so Uisung-sshi and I call each other Sulli-sshi and Uisung-sshi. And Sungmin-sshi, Junggeun-sshi, Haejin-sshi, Chulmin-sshi, Sungwoong-sshi, Wonhae-sshi. We're all peers and friends who care for each other. I know what I'm doing. Why are you getting mad." Sulli's fan community has also spoken up to defend her, stating, "The same issue was a controversy in the past, and we'll be helping correct it so the same mistake doesn't occur again."
Minho SHinee in the Military
Minho of popular K-Pop group Shinee seems to be fitting in really well as he undergoes his current mandatory military service. According to Soompi, images of the 27-year-old idol, whose full name is Choi Min Ho, were released last Sunday on South Korea’s official Marine Corps blog, Fly Marine Boy. These set of photos features the singer-songwriter, actor and TV host looking very focussed and manly as he carries out his activities with other new recruits during training sessions at an education centre. The Incheon-born star apparently also learnt how to wear a gas mask for chemical, biological and radiological training during his third week as seen in one picture. Other shots see a determined Minho jumping off a 10-metre diving platform and running while clad in military attire and hauling gear including a rifle. Now sporting a buzz cut hairdo, the idol from the SM Entertainment quartet Shinee, enlisted in the Marine Corps on April 15 and has about a couple of weeks of military training to go. The star of movies such as Derailed, The Princess And The Matchmaker and Illang: The Wolf Brigade is expected to be discharged on Nov 15 next year.
Yuuka Hasumi AKB48
Yuuka Hasumi put high school on hold and flew to South Korea in February to try her chances at becoming a K-pop star, even if it means long hours of vocal and dance training, no privacy, no boyfriend and even no phone. Hasumi, 17, joined Acopia School in Seoul, a prep school offering young Japanese a shot at K-pop stardom, teaching them the dance moves, the songs and the language. She is one of an estimated 1 million other K-pop star wannabes, from South Korea and abroad, hoping to get a shot at highly competitive auditions held by major talent agencies that take on just a select few as “trainees.” “It’s tough,” Hasumi said in Japanese, drenched in sweat from a dance lesson she attended with 15-year-old friend Yuho Wakamatsu, also from Japan. “Going through strict training and taking my skill to a higher level to a perfect stage, I think that’s when it is good to make a debut,” Hasumi said. She is one of 500 or so young Japanese who join Acopia each year, paying as much as ¥300,000 a month for training and board. The school also fixes auditions for its candidates with talent management companies that have been the driving force behind the “Korean wave” of pop culture that has exploded onto the world stage. The influx of Japanese talent that is reshaping the K-pop industry comes at a time of increasingly bitter political acrimony between the two countries. That the tension has done little to dent the K-pop craze among Japanese youth, and the willingness of Korean agencies to take on Japanese talent, speak to the strength of the ties between their people, according to one longtime observer. “They’re nuts about (K-pop boy band) BTS over there in Japan,” said Lee Soo-chul, a board member of Seoul-Tokyo Forum, a private foundation that counts diplomats and business executives from both countries as its members. K-pop groups as well as veteran Korean musicians are selling out concert halls throughout Japan, Lee said. “There is no Korea-Japan animosity there.” Tensions rooted in Japan’s 1910-1945 colonization of Korea have risen after South Korean court rulings against Japanese firms over wartime labor, and amid a perception in South Korea that Japan’s leadership has not adequately atoned for its colonial past. But the popularity of Korean culture and K-pop music is on the rise in Japan, with many fans and artists saying they are not bothered by the diplomatic tension. “I might get criticized for being Japanese, but I want to stand on a stage and make (South Koreans) know Japanese can be this cool,” said Rikuya Kawasaki, a 16-year-old hopeful who auditioned unsuccessfully in Tokyo for Acopia School. For schools and agencies, Japan’s music market — the second-largest after the United States and bigger than China’s — is a big prize and many have been on a campaign to recruit Japanese talent. “It will be good if Japan and South Korea will get along through music,” Hasumi said during a break from her Korean-language class. Some Japanese transplants have already made it big. The three Japanese members of the girl band Twice helped make the group the second-most popular act in Japan, after BTS. Their success has prompted JYP Entertainment, the South Korean agency backing Twice, to plan the launch of an idol group with only Japanese girls. JYP declined to comment for this story. According to industry sources, agency officials are reluctant to discuss their success in Japan and the infusion of Japanese talent out of fear of fueling a politically charged backlash. There’s no shortage of Japanese hopefuls willing to train under talent agencies’ watchful eye, some having left successful careers back home in search of K-pop fame. “I’ve heard stories about no free time or not being able to do what I want. But I think all of K-pop stars who are now performing have gone down the same road,” said Nao Niitsu, a 19-year-old college freshman from Tokyo. During a visit to Seoul paid for by her mother, herself a die-hard BTS fan, Niitsu auditioned for 10 agencies and was accepted by five. Getting a debut is elusive, unlike in Japan where it is easier for idols to get started and then hone their skills and fan appeal. Miyu Takeuchi said it wasn’t a difficult decision to leave a 10-year career with top idol band AKB48 back home in Japan to sign in March as a trainee with the K-pop agency Mystic Entertainment. Even with her experience, she has seven hours of vocal training a day and two hours of dance lessons twice a week, plus early morning Korean lessons. She is not allowed to have a boyfriend, but she says she has no regrets despite the fact there is no guarantee she will make it. “I don’t know how long my training period will be, but it has to reach a point where my coaches and management company say ‘Miyu, you are a professional!'”
AOA Shin Jimin Weight Loss
FNC Entertainment has reassured fans about Jimin’s health. On February 12, AOA’s Jimin uploaded photos of herself on Instagram wearing a black T-shirt and skirt. Fans expressed concern as she appears to have lost weight recently. In response to the concerns, AOA’s agency FNC Entertainment commented on February 13, “There are no problems with Jimin’s health,” and added, “She has been living healthily these days while working out continuously.”
Nancy Momoland Sudden weight gain
Recently, while filming for a reality TV show, Nancy's real-life image (MOMOLAND) was released online at dizzying speed. The most remarkable thing is that the sudden "generals" body of this handsome beauty. The girl gained weight to the point that her face was round, even "beer belly". This image can't stop the netizens from admiring, can't believe their eyes..
AB6IX has shared the name they’ll be calling their fans! On May 22, the new Brand New Music boy group made their debut, and they celebrated with a fan showcase. During the event, they made the exciting announcement about their official fan club name. AB6IX’s fan club will be called ABNEW! The description of the name is “A sixth member that will become one with AB6IX and walk a new path with them together.” AB6IX is a five-member group that includes Lee Dae Hwi, Park Woo Jin, Lim Young Min, Kim Dong Hyun, and Jeon Woong. Check out their debut with “Breathe”.
Son Ye Jin, Hyunbin in "LOVE"
Hyun Bin And Son Ye Jin Confirm For New Drama From Writer Of “The Legend Of The Blue Sea”. The drama is about a wealthy heiress named Yoon Se Ri (played by Son Ye Jin), who, while paragliding, is forced to land in North Korea due to high winds. A North Korean officer named Ri Jung Hyuk (played by Hyun Bin) hides and protects her, and in doing so, comes to love her. In addition to the unique story from the hit drama writer, the casting of Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin — who previously worked together in the 2018 film “The Negotiation” — already has viewers excited. Hyun Bin will have no shortage of heart-pounding, charismatic scenes as an elite officer, and Son Ye Jin will be putting her rom-com sensibilities on full display.
Kang Ha-neul finishes military service
Korean actor Kang Ha-neul has finished his military service after serving as an active duty soldier for 20 months. The 29-year-old star was discharged on May 23 from the Gyeryongdae Service Support Corps in South Chungcheong Province in South Korea. He enlisted on Sept. 11, 2017.Upon his discharge, he faced the media and expressed his thoughts on his life while fulfilling his military service, a mandatory duty for all Korean men. “I studied a lot and read a lot of books. It was two years of meaningful time,” he said, adding that the first things that he wanted to do immediately after discharge were to call his parents and buy and drink a cold beer. While in military service, Kang Ha-neul starred in the Korean musical “Shinheung Military Academy” which was sponsored by the Korean army. After his discharge, Kang Ha-neul will star in the drama “When Camellia Blooms,” which will air on KBS2 starting in September. His last drama before enlistment was “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” in 2016. His last films were “Forgotten” and “Midnight Runners.”
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