It's time once again for "weekly star scene", where we round up the top 5 stories of the past week in the entertainment scene.
: Hold onto your seats, we have our lively and energetic Dami in the studio with us. Hello Dami!
[Reporter : ] : Hi Da-eun! Hi Sean!
: What sort of news do you have for us today[Reporter : ] : Lined up for you guys today are heartwarming and exciting stories ranging from sweet romance between 2 idol stars to fans remembering their beloved star, now resting in heaven. Let's go ahead and begin today's countdown on "Weekly Star Scene" with hot clip number 5!
The boys of 2PM
are back! Powerful electronic sounds and drumbeats create the addictive tune, "Hands Up" which is their new title track.
Fully fitted in their stage costumes, the members of 2PM
enter the stage to greet their fans.
[Interview : ] "Hello, we are 2PM
Maybe because it's been a while since they've seen their fans, the boys seemed more excited than ever. They danced and sang to the delight of their fans.
[Interview : Ok Taecyeon
, Member of 2PM
] "We wondered how we could repay our fans for their huge support and decided this autograph session would be a good way".
is back with a hot new dance song! Looks like this summer is going to be hotter than ever!
to Girls' Generation
and Big Bang, the biggest management agencies have joined forces to represent the hottest K-pop stars under one roof!
In order to tap into the global market, 6 Korean management companies have jointly set up a global management agency called UAM.
[Interview : Lee-teuk, Member of Super Junior] "We aim to collaborate in order to spread K-pop all over the world through this jointly established global management agency".
So, watch out world! Hallyu is now set to take over the entire globe with UAM!
Hallyu star Park Yong-ha
's sudden death had come as a huge shock on June 30th last year. On the 1st anniversary of his untimely demise, a ceremony was held to his memory.
The memorial was held on June 30th from 6:30 AM at Yakcheon[약천] Temple in Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province, where his mortuary tablet is stored. About 2,000 fans gathered there, 1,500 of whom flew in from Japan. Although he has left us in life, his memory will stay in the hearts of his fans forever.