Singer Lee Seung-chul Denied Entry to Japan 2014/11/12, Source,
Singer Lee Seung-chul was denied entry to Japan on Sunday, apparently due to his performance on Dokdo in celebration of Liberation Day on Aug. 15. Japan lays a flimsy claim to the Korean islets on East Sea, and Liberation Day marks Korea's independence from Japanese colonial rule in 1945,...More
Sin will be subjected to an autopsy 2014/11/02, Source,
The coffin of late singer Sin Hae-cheol leaves Asan Medical Center in Songpa District, southeastern Seoul, led by singer Yoon Do-hyeon carrying a memorial tablet. By Yang Kwang-sam
Singer Sin Hae-cheol, who died Monday of not fully explained causes at the age of 46, was set to be cremated yesterday, and fans gathered at Seoul Memorial Park in southern Seoul to bid him a final farewell. But a last-minute decision by Sin's family to have an autopsy performed means he won't rest in peace for a little while longer,...More
'Superstar' Yoo releases debut album 2014/09/05, Source,
Yoo Seung-woo, the 16-year-old prodigy who stunned local fans when he first appeared on the singing audition show "Superstar K4" (2012), released his first full-length album yesterday. The album is self-titled and contains 10 songs, which Yoo reportedly wrote and composed,...More
Lee Seung-chul sings at UN meeting 2014/08/29, Source,
Singer Lee Seung-chul performed at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday. He sang the traditional Korean folk song "Arirang" at the 65th Annual UN DPI-NGO Conference, where leaders of nongovernmental organizations gathered to review the work they have done throughout the year and discuss new projects. Lee is the first Korean singer to perform at the annual conference,...More
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