'Cyber tailing' becoming a social problem 2012/01/28, Source, "We must punish the murderers by searching out and spreading their parents' identity, occupation, workplace and their detailed address on the Internet. The main culprit's photo is prerequisite. Is there anyone who is brave enough to do so?"
This is a posting put on the online board, just after a middle school boy in Daegu committed suicide. He was known to have suffered from bullying. Soon after, an unidentified person uploaded personal information of the bullies -- and even their parents and friends -- on the Internet, and they were obliged to suffer from netizens' bad-mouthing,...More
Big Bang to appear live on Japanese television 2012/01/18, Source,
Big Bang is set to appear live this week on Japanese television for the first time since being rocked by two consecutive scandals last year.
The boy band will perform on Asahi TV's popular music program "Music Station" on Jan. 20 and will sing the track "Tonight" taken from its "Best Of" album,...More
K-pop stars to tour overseas in 2012 2012/01/10, Source,
A JYJ fan from Peru holds a poster that says "Peru loves JYJ". Fans in South America have been actively requesting K-pop groups perform in their countries through various media outlets. / Courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment
By Noh Hyun-gi
With seemingly unstoppable momentum, K-pop stars are advancing across the globe.
Many fans have asked the artists to visit their home countries through innovative methods like uploading flash mob videos online. Moved by these active and sincere requests, K-pop stars will hold concerts around the world and are planning additional gigs to accommodate the enthusiastic fans,...More
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
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