Big Bang takes back Japanese spotlight after scandal 2012/01/09, Source,
YG Family Entertainment celebrated its 15th anniversary with a concert extravaganza that took place in front of 80,000 fans from Jan. 7-8 in Osaka, Japan.
And it was an especially big night for boy band Big Bang, which took to the stage at Kyocera Dome for the first time in Japan since two of its members were engulfed in scandal,...More
Blogger resumes bashing campaign against Tablo 2012/01/06, Source,
A blogger, who had notoriously bashed singer Tablo, has reopened diploma forgery accusations against the hip hop musician and other celebrities, igniting a fresh round of online disputes once again.
The 58-year-old blogger Korean-American resumed the notorious bashing campaign in October, shortly after the singer released his new album.
Better known as "whatbecomes", the blogger this time uploaded his photos for the first time and released what he claims to be new evidence to prove the singer's diploma fabrication,...More
Online Agitator Takes Aim at Pop Diva Insooni 2012/01/04, Source,
An Internet user who gained notoriety by casting doubt on the academic credentials of rapper Tablo and is being sought by police for libel, has now turned his guns on the famous pop diva Insooni.
The user, who uses the ID "Whatbecomes", is a Korean American surnamed Kim (59) and lives in Chicago. He reopened an online forum in October last year where people accused Tablo of faking his Stanford degree,...More
Head of YG Family Entertainment makes it onto the list of Korea's wealthiest stock holders. 2012/01/03, Source,
According to the Korean Webpage Chaebul.com, which lists the wealthiest conglomerates and individuals in the nation, Yang Hyun-suk has made his mark on the list of the country's richest stock holders, coming in at fifth. As the representative YG Family, Yang is estimated to have around 134 billion won ($116 million) worth of shares in the Korean share market. According to the website's Jan. 2 announcement, the head of the entertainment agency made his fortune by listing his company on the Kosdaq in November last year,...More
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