Shinhwa’s Kim Dong Wan Successfully Finishes First Script Reading for “Cheer U...

On September 27, Shinhwa‘s Kim Dong Wan participated in the script reading session of upcoming KBS drama “Cheer Up, Mr. Kim” with co-stars Wang Ji Hye, Kang Sung Min, Sa Mi Ja, Baek Il Sup and so on. The script reading session was a huge success. Kim Dong Wan seemed really attached to his role, the main character Kim Tae Pyung, and got into his character quickly. He had a smile o...

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Rewind: Boy Bands and Their First Songs!

We all have our favorite tracks by our favorite bands, but do you remember what song and when they debuted off the top of your head? ^ ^ I didn’t think so! If you’re like me, it takes time for me to get to know a group and start liking them. I’m a huge fan of 2PM, but they didn’t really strike me until they came out with “Heartbeat.” As such, if you were to ask ...

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1st Generation K-Pop Idols: Then and Now

They might be more known for their drama, variety TV, and/or solo activities now, but you’ll be surprised to see just how many of today’s top stars were once idols like Girls’ Generation and Big Bang. Check out how these celebrities have changed over the years by clicking on the arrows at the bottom right hand corner of the black box. S.E.S.’s Eugene  Currently more known...

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Shinhwa’s Lee Minwoo Chosen As Judge for China’s Survival Program

Lee Minwoo from 6-member idol group Shinhwa has been chosen to judge a Chinese audition program as the Korean representative. The survival program is named “Sung Dong Yah Juh Woo” to highlight the show’s vision to find a “voice that can make Asia cry.” The program will give a great opportunity to release an album in these 6 countries: Korea, China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Lee Minw...

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Hierarchy of K-Pop Idols by Debut

Recently, many netizens were amazed to see a post detailing the debut of idols from 1996 to 2008. The post is currently the hottest trending article on various Korean portals and lists all the idols by debut period starting with H.O.T. in 1996. The nineties group, also known as the “first generation idols,” include H.O.T. Sechskies, S.E.S., and more. As shown in the gallery, solo artis...

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