[special article] He's in the Army now, but not out of sight: Rain's commercial ads & projects shine on. 2012/03/03, Source,
- Written by: Stephe Thornton, Cloud USA Managing Editor ^@@^
Earlier this month, on February 11, South Korean singer, actor, and mega-entertainer Rain (a.k.a. ROK Army Private First Class JiHoon Jung) completed four months of service in the Republic of Korea military. In those four months, he has established himself as a serious super soldier at one of the toughest training camps (near the DMZ), as more physically fit than recruits ten years his junior, and as a loyal squadron leader and top sharpshooter of the 5th Division. No one can say he has used his celebrity and taken the easy road when it comes to doing his duty for his country.
Rain has never taken the easy road at anything. He's always taken the one he knew was right, worked very hard, and weathered whatever storm it may have entailed,...More
Shinwha Ready for Comeback After 10-Year Hiatus 2012/01/27, Source,
Shinhwa, one of the most popular boy bands of the late 1990s, are returning to the stage in March after a four-year absence.
CJ E&M and Shinhwa Company said the group will hold their comeback concert at Olympic Park Gymnastic Stadium from March 24 to 25 after releasing their 10th album in the middle of March,...More
Andy: 'I Will Prove Why Shinhwa Is Mythical Group' 2011/12/20, Source, Andy from the star singing group Shinhwa held the fan meeting entitled "Promise" at Yamano Hall in Tokyo, Japan on December 18, and it was his first fan meeting since he was discharged from the army. Andy met his fans in Japan after one year and eleven months, and he greeted his fans by singing his representative song entitled "Your Love". His fans enthusiastically responded to his song to celebrate his comeback,...More
Jun Jin discharged on November 14th 2011/11/13, Source,
Sinhwa's Jun Jin is returning to society after two years of military service.
On November 14th he will be discharged from the Seoul Management Corporation he served at for two years. He started basic military training at Nonsan training base in October 2009 and managed to spend two years in public service,...More
Shinhwa Form Their Own Agency 2011/08/03, Source,
Boy band Shinhwa have founded their own management company 13 years after their debut. Although the six members of the group belong to different management agencies, they established the joint venture to perform as Shinhwa,...More
Seoul residents will be able to enjoy a series of cultural events from Saturday until October at Seoul Plaza.
The performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. every day, except Mondays, weather permitting. The repertoire includes concerts, opera, ballet, classical,...More
Korean stars at shine at Korean military concert 2010/03/12, Source,
(From left) Korean actor Jo In-Seong, TV personality Boom and actor Kim Jae-won salute at a military concert hosted by military broadcasting TV station KFN. [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
"We all love the Republic of Korea!" It was actor Kim Jae-won who suggested that they all cry out the cringy phrase and TV personality Boom and actor Jo In-Seong complied to the request. To imagine that this quite unlikely mix of celebrities would make such a patriotic remark. But like in Wonderland where abnormal behavior is not regarded as abnormal, here at the concert for military officials hosted by military broadcasting TV station KFN, everything was in harmony and dissolved into one. Even when Tony of H.O.T., Andy of Shinhwa, Jang Su-won and Kim Jae-duc appeared one after another, there was no conflict among the former boy band members,...More
Andy's military life to be shown on cable next week 2010/02/12, Source,
Korean singer Andy undergoes military training in Nonsan, Korea [MBC LIFE]
Exclusive footage of Korean singer Andy Lee undergoing military training as part of serving the country's mandatory military service will be revealed on cable next week.
Cable network MBC LIFE said in a press release Friday that its news program "Inside Life" will feature a special update on the former Shinhwa member, who last month entered a training camp in Nonsan of the South Chungcheong Province.
MBC will show the former boy band member appearing to be adapting well to his new life as a soldier, which include rolling around in the mud for battle training.,...More
[Photos] Andy bids fans farewell ahead of entering military 2010/01/11, Source,
Singer Andy [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]
Singer Andy of six-member group Shinhwa, salutes his fans ahead of entering the Nonsan training center in the South Chungcheong Province of South Korea on January 11, 2010. He will undergo a five week-long basic training session as part of completing the country's two-year mandatory military service.,...More
Andy to meet fans tomorrow before entering military 2010/01/08, Source,
Korean pop singer Andy
Korean singer Andy is set to hold his last fan meeting -- titled "Andy Farewell Party-Bye for now" -- before entering the military next week.
The former Shinhwa member will be meeting with his fans and revealing a new single at the event, to be held at Seoul's Sowol Art Hall on Saturday.
Fans in other Asian countries -- including China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand -- are reportedly inquiring whether they can attend the fan meeting as well.,...More
While many singers are gasping for air amid the economic recession, which lowered revenue from already plunging album sales, some are temporarily leaving their original posts to pursue different careers.
Andy Debuts as Producer 2009/02/06, Source, Andy, a member of longest-running idol group, Shinhwa, is seriously looking into another career path. This time he's testing his mettle as a producer.,...More
"Cats": The Korean production of the world-famous musical "Cats" is running through Jan. 18 at Charlotte Theater in Jamsil-dong, Seoul. Featuring singer and actress Ok Ju-hyun as Grizabella and Dae-sung from boy band Big Bang as Rum Tum Tuger, the sexy and rebellious cat. Tickets are fro,...More
K-pop's longest running male group Shinhwa will reunite in December, with a new single and concerts in Japan and China. Fans are eagerly awaiting the group's comeback, especially since it will celebrate its 10th anniversary in March.
It's been over a year since Shinhwa, one of the longest running Korean boy bands, has released an album. While younger boy groups like TVXQ, Super Junior, SS501 and Big Bang have been getting all the attention, Shinhwa members are concentrating on solo acti,...More
The band's agency, Good Entertainment, said that the band held two fan meetings in Tokyo November 23 to mark the founding of the Japanese official fan club "The Legend".
Some 15,000 fans attended the launch ceremony of th,...More
Shinhwa Gives Successful Performance in Thailand 2006/08/21, Source, The six-man group Shinhwa, currently on an Asian tour, has held a successful concert in Bangkok, Thailand, following performances in China. The group held its first Thai concert on Friday at the Impact Arena, where many world-famous artists, including Korean singer Rain, have performed.
Shinhwa to hold large-scale fan meeting 2006/01/25, Source, The music group Shinhwa will hold a fan meeting combined with birthday parties for its members on Feb. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Bucheon Indoor Stadium ahead of the release of its eighth album.
Over 6,000 fans from all over the country are expected to attend the event, entitled "Birthday Party in Shinhw,...More
The two most popular acts in Korea right now, Rain and Shinhwa, shared the stage during "The Power Concert" last Saturday.
This exclusive concert was organized by the steel co,...More
1,600 Fans Flock to Shinhwa's Live Mini-Concert 2005/07/13, Source, Music group Shinhwa held a press conference and a live mini-concert on July 11 at 6:30 p.m. in Shibuya, Tokyo to mark the release of its photo album "Shinhwa Colors" and its DVD "Shinhwa 2005 Japan Tour Document".
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