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CNBLUE’s Yonghwa has released a follow-up version of his title track’s “One Fine Day” music video, revealing a “lip version” on January 27th.
Female group Sunny Hill has released the second video teaser for their upcoming live performance of “Child in Time” on 1theK’s Special Clip on January 27th.
With the recent closing of CoKo Entertainment officially announced on January 24th, it has been reported that entertainment company JD Bros will take in all of the comedians who were previously under CoKo Entertainment including one of the pioneers of the company, gagman Kim Jun Ho.
Song Jieun is preparing to capture viewers with her beautiful vocals in her newly released OST track for the MBC drama Shine or Go Crazy.
South Korean Olympic gold medalist swimmer Park Tae Hwan has failed his doping test. However, his management has attributed it to “an illegal injection made by a local doctor.”
4MINUTE’s music video of their pre-released track “Cold Rain” is a hit in China, topping the countries largest music site YinYueTai V Chart’s in first place for two consecutive days.
An MBC reporter is receiving enormous backlash after he bashed Hyorin in a Facebook post, calling out the SISTAR leader for her excessive love for cats as well as her strong faith.
On January 26th, girl group Berry Good announced their upcoming February comeback and released the profiles of their members following a recent lineup change.
Park Myung Soo recently spoke on the latest issue regarding his alleged actions of pushing AOA’s Seolhyun via his radio show.
After releasing the music video for their latest release “Kidding Me,” NOM released two dance practice videos, highlighting the energetic choreography of the song.
On January 26th, ballad group 6 to 8 released the music video for the latest release “Not Enough,” a powerful ballad that highlights the problem of not having enough to provide for a loved one.
Korean entertainment and media contents company CJ E&M is preparing to enter the Taiwanese film market soon, revealing they will be partnering up with Taiwanese production company, Transformation Films.