With 2021 halfway over, there has been a lot of activity in the K-Pop world already.
The K-Pop community is built on opinions, whether they're popular or unpopular. It is perfectly normal for an audience to have varied tastes and differing opinions on someone or something. It is near impossible for a K-Pop group and their music to be to everyone's liking. However, something unique about the Korean entertainment industry is how intimate (at least as intimate as a company will let them get), artists are with their fans.
In the most recent episode of Mnet's "TMI News," the panel named the K-pop idols who had to pay the most expensive tuition while they were students.
April was crowded with a lot of comebacks, both from rookie groups and those who have been around since the 2nd generation of K-Pop.
On Tuesday, Apr. 3, Vogue Korea released an article praising these four idols as shining stars both in their respective groups and as solo artists. Want to know who they selected? Then keep on reading!
Read on for a quick look at how K-pop and K-drama’s best girls are embracing summer in style.
It turns out everyone from BLACKPINK's Lisa to IU has been showing love towards their favorite overseas acts on social media, and matchmaking fans are trying to help things along. Could these mega-star mash-ups create the next big hit?
Wendy, a member of girl group Red Velvet, will meet her fans in a special live broadcast to mark the release of her 1st solo album.
Seulgi will show her warm support by participating in her fellow Red Velvet member Wendy's first solo album 'Like Water'.
Wendy, the main vocalist of girl group Red Velvet, has confirmed that she will release her solo album titled 'LIKE WATER' on April 5.
SM Entertainment confirmed that Wendy, the main vocal of girl group Red Velvet, is gearing up to make her solo debut in April with a ne album.