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September 24, 2021 | featured
A former member of the Kpop group iKON, B.I (Hanbin Kim), convicted to imprisonment for purchasing and administering drugs, was sentenced to probation. According to the legal source, on September 23rd, both the prosecution and the defendant did not submit a letter of appeal to the court until September 17th, the deadline for the appeal... Read More
September 10, 2021 | trending
B.I, who was handed over to trial for drug use, was sentenced to probation. On the afternoon of September 10th, the Criminal Settlement of the Seoul Central District Court (Chief Judge Sungsoo Kwon and Jeongje Kwon) held the sentencing hearing for B.I, who was charged for violating the Narcotics Control Act. The court sentenced B.I... Read More
September 8, 2021 | featured
Here is the detailed conversation log between AOA members Mina Kwon and Jimin Shin. “I have forgiven in my heart.”Mina Kwon said that she had forgiven Jimin Shin. So, did Jimin apologize? “I received an apology in a dream.”She did it in a ‘dream.’ Did the conflict between AOA members Mina Kwon and Jimin Shin end?“You... Read More
September 7, 2021 | featured
Recently, Chinese authorities suspend many Kpop idol fan accounts on Weibo, a Chinese social media. As a result, concerns are growing that the negative impact on the Korean entertainment industry will be in full swing. Recently, according to Chinese foreign media, they banned the use of fan club Weibo accounts by popular Korean singers. It includes... Read More
September 7, 2021 | daily
Kpop Rapper D.Ark has apologized for his underage drinking controversy. On September 7th, through his Instagram, D.Ark said, “The last picture I posted on Instagram was a picture of the beer my brothers and two producers ordered during our dinner. After realizing it was wrong, I deleted the photo immediately. I just wanted to share... Read More
September 5, 2021 | featured
Chinese authorities have announced strict regulations on the entertainment industry. So, it includes regulations, which might affect the activities of Chinese celebrities in Korea. On September 2nd, China’s Broadcasting Regulatory Agency, the National Optoelectronics Bureau, announced that they would impose active regulations to crack down irrational moves in the entertainment industry. It includes expelling feminine-looking... Read More
September 1, 2021 | daily
The Korea Popular Music Performance Industry Association gave a statement, “We have endured pain and sacrifice while cooperating with the government’s COVID-19 quarantine measures.” They demanded the government to establish stable quarantine standards for holding Kpop performances. Also, they want the government to ease restrictions on the number of spectators at non-performance venues, and compensate for... Read More
May 9, 2021 | featured
Ghost composers and ghost songwriters were shocked. It is involving the top-notch artist agency, SM Entertainment. On SBS’ ‘Unanswered Questions,’ which aired on May 8, we found out the identity of a ghost songwriter related to a large agency. K-pop groups such as BTS, Blackpink, TWICE, and SEVENTEEN are rocking the world. K-pop, which caught... Read More