"Happy Together" celebrated its 10th year anniversary with all the past MCs. Current MCs Yoo Jae Suk, Park Myung Soo, Park Mi Sun, and Shin Bong Sun were joined by past MCs Lee Hyori, Shin Dong Yup, Tak Jae Hoon, and Eugene. Unfortunately, Kim Je Dong, who was once a "Happy Together" MC with Yoo Jae Suk, was unable to join.
IU should stop feeling bad about her mistake on SBS’ “Inkigayo” now that both her seniors Se7en and Lee Hong Ki of FT Island have sent her support messages.
Rain’s latest photos from the military have somehow made its way to online communities. In the photos, Rain is seen wearing a beret and the Korean military uniform, seeming slightly slimmer than he was at the time of his enlistment. In particular, his playful facial expressions and relaxed look have sparked the most interest from netizens, as he looks both cute and sexy at the same time.
Earlier today, Lee Hyori’s photos of her sagging love handles were a hot topic on the Web. It showed the pop diva with some added weight around her waist line, an image we’ve never seen during her decade-long career. Fans expressed their surprise—and disappointment—in seeing the supposed “Sexy Queen” of K-Pop lose her sexy bodyline, as she is quickly approaching her 33rd birthday.
BIGBANG has finally unveiled the teaser video for Daesung’s solo track, “Wings.” This is the sixth and final track (excluding the intro) from BIGBANG’s upcoming fifth mini album, “Alive.”
Girls’ Generation members Sooyoung and Seohyun shed tears for their “Dangerous Boys." In the February 26 episode of jTBC’s “Girls’ Generation and the Dangerous Boys,” the final goal of the boys’ street jam dance competition was shown.
FT Island filed a law suit against a cosmetic company, according to the band’s management agency FNC Entertainment. Local news agencies report a statement from FNC Entertainment saying, “FT Island has filed a claim for damages from Dereon Cosmetics (brand Barbie Pet) at the Seoul Central District Court on February 24.”
“Hallyu Princess” Park Shin Hye’s recent solo fan meeting in Japan was a success, according to reports from local news agencies. A photo was also recently released, showing off the actress’ beautiful features. Another photo shows her happy expression in during the handshake portion of the fan meeting.
2PM has captivated the hearts of Chinese fans with a successful concert in the city of Nanjing. On February 25, the “animal-idol” group held its first concert in Nanjing in front of more than 9,000 fans. The concert was part of 2PM’s first Asian concert tour, “Hands Up Asia Tour,” which covers Taipei, Jakarta, Singapore, Bangkok, Nanjing and Hong Kong.
Recently, a video titled “A Surprised Yuri Who Tried to Fix Taeyeon’s Wardrobe But Ended Up Almost Taking Off her Shirt” was uploaded to various internet communities, surprising netizens.
Thai fans showed how much they loved CN Blue with the successful Bangkok stop of the four-man band’s “Bluestorm” concert tour. “Bluestorm” Bangkok not only entertained the 10,000 fans in attendance, but doubled as an opportunity to be a channel for charity.
BIGBANG's T.O.P slapped fellow member Seungri. On the February 26 episode of MBC "Section TV Entertainment Relay," T.O.P drew laughter after slapping Seungri on the face. Seungri who recently made an appearance on MBC "Light and Shadow" boasted, "I have a talent for getting slapped. My cheeks are firm so the sound of the slap can be heard much better." Member T.O.P jumped at the opportunity to hit...
Koike Koh, the CEO of Japan's Oricon, made an important comment regarding the influx of Korean artists into Japan. He stated, "The metabolism of Korean artists and music seems too fast for Japanese market. Japanese fans might get tired of them since way too many of them are rushing to enter the market. This might negatively effect Hallyu, the Korean wave."
On February 27, two photos of miss A’s Suzy with actors Kim Soo Hyun and Lee Je Hoon were uploaded to various internet communities, asking netizens who she looked better with.
BIGBANG’s latest music video for “Blue” has earned the group two gold medals from YouTube. The online video site has a system of rewarding gold, silver, and bronze medals to videos uploaded on its site under three different categories that include, “All Time Most Popular, “Recently Most Popular,” and “Trending.” The medals are given based on total views and the number of “likes.”