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TWICE say JYP Entertainment had doubts about releasing ‘Cry For Me’

In a special documentary feature, TWICE say their agency JYP Entertainment had doubts about releasing their hit track ‘Cry For Me.’. Any TWICE fan worth their salt will tell you what a bop ‘Cry For Me’ is. The song, which TWICE first introduced to the world at the Mnet Asian Music Awards 2020 furthered their femme fatale images, going a long way in reinventing the group and cementing their modern images.
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'Spoiler King' BamBam Teases GOT7's Comeback during His Online Showcase for 'B'

"Spoiler King" BamBam has done it again as he recently teased GOT7's comeback during an online showcase for his solo return with "B." Continue reading to know what GOT7's rapper said. BamBam Is Indeed the "Spoiler King" as He Recently Teased GOT7's Comeback. On Jan. 18, GOT7 member BamBam held...
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Yuehua Entertainment's New Boy Group TEMPEST Announces Debut Date and Reveals Trailers

The debut date of TEMPEST, Yuehua Entertainment's new boy group has been unveiled, together with the first trailers. Continue reading for further details. Yuehua Entertainment's New Boy Group TEMPEST Unveils Debut Date and Trailers for Two Members. On Jan. 19 at midnight KST, Yuehua Entertainment released two debut trailers for...

3 Facts About TEMPEST, Yuehua Entertainment's New Boy Group

TEMPEST is the new 7-member boy group that will be debuting under Yuehua Entertainment on Feb. 21, 6 PM KST. Their debut is one of the most anticipated K-Pop debuts of 2022. So, we've compiled a list of 3 facts we know about the new boy group TEMPEST so far.

Watch BamBam’s whimsical music video for new single ‘Slow Mo’

GOT7‘s BamBam has released a whimsical music video for his latest single, ‘Slow Mo’. In the colourful clip, Bambam travels through a series of brightly colored, whimsical settings. These include an ’80s inspired living room, the inside of a slow-spinning washing machine in an old-school a laundromat and a fantastical, lush garden.

TWICE reveal that JYP Entertainment was “hesitant” to release ‘Cry For Me’

TWICE have revealed that JYP Entertainment was initially hesitant for the girl group to perofrm ‘Cry For Me’ during the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA). In a new documentary video released by South Korean cable network Mnet, members of TWICE spoke about how the group came to perform ‘Cry For Me’ during the 2020 awards music ceremony, and the divided discussions leading up to the show.

'They Eat CDs for Breakfast' — These 10 K-pop Groups are Praised for Their Amazing Live Vocals

These 10 K-pop groups have such amazing live vocals, people are convinced they eat their CDs for breakfast!. Kep1er won their first music show win on January 13, 2022, and showed off their live vocals during their encore stage. Many were surprised that all the members sang loudly, singing all their parts and that each member was highly stable. During a time where both old and new groups are criticized for their live vocals, Kep1er was praised for the impressive performance!

What is the Big 3 in K-pop?

The big three agencies consist of SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment, and JYP Entertainment. Similarly Who is the Queen of the K-pop? IU: The Queen of K-pop (Kpop Idol A to Z) Kindle Edition. Who owns JYP? JYP Entertainment. JYP Ent building in the Gangdong District. Net income US$26.4 million (2019)

Watch: SF9’s Inseong, Hyolyn, 2AM’s Jo Kwon, And More Perform With Their Idols On “Immortal Songs”

On January 15, KBS’s “Immortal Songs” aired the second part of its “2022 Oh My Star” special. The Oh My Star special features younger artists teaming up with legendary singers who were their past idols and role models. Performers for the second part included Michael Lee and Min Woo Hyuk, Jo Jang Hyuk and Kim Ba Da, Lee Eun Mi and sEODo Band, SF9’s Inseong and Boohwal, Lim Jeong Hee (J-Lim) and 2AM’s Jo Kwon, and Hyolyn and Lia Kim.

End of the line: 7 K-pop group contracts ending in 2022, from Twice and Monsta X to CLC and Day6 – who will disband and who will continue into a new era?

These groups' contracts are up this year, but after The Feels made it onto the Billboard Hot 100, Twice's future is looking good - although fans worry about Mina and Jeongyeon. YG Entertainment's iKon and JYP Entertainment's Day6 have been quiet since early 2021, prompting many to wonder whether they'll continue together or go separate ways.

All GOT7 members celebrate group's 8-year anniversary with fans via Instagram Live

GOT7 reunited with fans through a special Instagram Live broadcast!. On January 15 KST, all seven members participated in a live stream started by the group's leader Jay B, joined by fellow member Jinyoung. BamBam, Yugyeom, and Youngjae were also seen together, with Jackson calling in from China, and Mark was seen at home in California, where he confessed it was "5:40 in the morning."

6 K-pop groups debuting in 2022

This year is shaping up to be an incredible one for K-pop. Many big record labels have indicated that new bands would be released soon. BigHit Music, which is home to BTS and TXT, has already lined up a new roster for its next big boy band, while YG Entertainment is said to be working on its first female group since Blackpink debuted in 2016. That’s not all; SM Entertainment is also planning to launch a new NCT sub-unit in the US this year.

Tickets for 2PM Lee Junho’s Fan Meeting ‘Junho The Moment’ are Sold Out

The tickets for the "The Red Sleeve Cuff" star Lee Junho have been marked sold out in less than a week!. Keep on reading for all the details. 2PM Junho's Two-Day Solo Fan Meeting 'Junho The Moment' Sold Out. Following his drama "The Red Sleeve Cuff" conclusion, Junho's agency JYP...