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JYP Entertainment, one of the nation's biggest entertainment agencies headed by singer Park Jin-young, teased a photo of their newbie boy group GOT7 yesterday.
The photo, which was uploaded on the group's official webpage yesterday at noon, included its seven members strolling down the street looking as energetic and cheerful as any teenage boys would be...More
Jun. K of 2PM released his digital single "No Love" yesterday. The single is the Korean version of his latest Japanese album "Love & Hate", which topped the Oricon daily chart on the day of its release on May 14.
"No Love" was composed by Korean and Japanese composers, and had been arranged by Kim Chang-dae aka Super Changddai, the music producer who has worked with leading K-pop artists like 2PM, Beast, Miss A and 2AM...More
Leading K-pop powerhouse YG Entertainment revealed a two-minute video clip to tease its new boy band, Winner. Because it took eight years for YG to debut a new boy group after Big Bang in 2006, local music fans are showering a lot of attention on the five boys.
Comprised of Kang Seung-yoon, Song Min-ho, Nam Tae-hyun, Kim Jin-woo and Lee Seung-hoon, the band was featured on Mnet's reality competition program "Win", where they competed against six other male trainees to debut as professional singers...More
Asia's leading contents company CJ E&M [http://en.cjenm.com] has released official photos from the Dancing9 (Season 2) press conference held in Seoul today. The photos feature one of the dance masters of team "Blue Eye", Jay Park.
At the press conference, Park explained, "I haven't had much time to enjoy dancing lately because I've been busy preparing my new album, but joining Dancing9 has really ignited my passion for dancing again. Even though I think of myself as a singer, it has been a real honor when professional dancers have asked for my advice. I'm grateful for this fun and unique opportunity"...More
Seven-member hip-hop group Got7 will release a new mini-album on June 23, according to their agency, JYP Entertainment.
Comprised of JB, Mark Jr., Jackson, Youngjae, BamBam and Yugyeom, Got7's nationalities range from Korean to Taiwanese-American to Chinese to Thai. They debuted in January with "Girls, Girls, Girls", but did not gain huge attention from local fans...More