To thank fans for their love and support even before their debut, NU'EST will be asking each of their fans on a date through a special event at a movie theater. Further details will be posted later on their official fancafe and Facebook, so for those in Korea, keep a look out!
On his Me2day, he said, "I just got back from watching the first episode. Was it a lot of fun??? I'm still lacking in acting, but little by little!!! Please look forward to it hehehe. How was it for all of you??? There are a lot more fun stories in the upcoming 15 episodes~ look forward to them all!!! Peace out. *_*."
There's probably nobody more deserving to hold his own concert than the talented man, and fans have been waiting for quite a long time for this to happen. Titled "The Healing Echo," the concert is scheduled to open on February 25th and 26th at the National Central Museum.
Jang Hyun recently withdrew from the group's "The Grasshopper Song" promotions to commit to his duties to his country. Jubi, Seungah, Kota, and Misung said to him, "Don't worry about us here and make sure you're safe. We'll work hard to succeed so that you will be loved by your seniors in the army. Until then, don't turn your eye to SNSD and don't wear your boots backwards."
Dal Shabet's Serri was unfortunately swept up in some fandom controversy between her fandom and B1A4's fandom. Recently, she issued an official apology through Happy Face Entertainment for asking B1A4 fans to restrain from spreading unfounded rumors through her Me2day.
Thailand's Channel V recently released their "2011 Asian Music Top 50," and results showed that out of the 50 total songs, an impressive 48 of them were Korean! From BEAST to JYJ, TVXQ, Super Junior, and SNSD, K-Pop stars dominated the charts. The only non-Korean acts on the ranking included Taiwanese stars Jay Chou and Wang Leehom in 37th and 47th place.
On the January 28th episode of KBS's "Entertainment Relay," Choi Min Sik was interviewed on his upcoming film, "Nameless Gangster." The topic of SNSD was coincidentally brought up, and the actor couldn't hide his love for the girls, freely declaring that he was indeed their fan.
T-ara's Hwayoung suffered an unfortuante accident on yesterday's episode of SBS's "Inkigayo," which has prompted officials of Core Contents Media to release a statement regarding the matter. On the morning of January 30, officials of the agency revealed, "We feel deeply regretful about the accident that occurred on 'Inkigayo.'"
Starting January 24, the four boys embarked on their "2AM 1st Japan Tour 2012," which runs until the 29th. For their Tokyo stop, the boys have decided to perform at the Bunkumura Orchard Hall, a prestigious concert hall that is akin to Korea's "Arts Opera House."
Looking like it came straight out of a horror film, the teaser is straight out haunting from beginning to end, so I suggest you run and turn on some lights before you go ahead and press play. There are three captions that occur in between the scenes filled with blood curling screams, some of which state, "She has lost her mind," "Death begins with her," and "She is watching everything."