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CNBLUE, FT Island bask in fame in Taiwan

CNBLUEBoy bands CNBLUE and FT Island made record-high profits in Taiwan this year, proving their overseas fame, a Singaporean media outlet reported Friday. According to My Paper, the two groups earned...

Updated : 2014.12.19 20:49

Audition star Nam So-hyun accused of bullying

When the cameras are off, K-pop star hopeful Nam So-hyun has the daunting reputation of being the bully of the schoolyard; at least, that is what the “K-pop Star 4” contestant and high school studen...

Updated : 2014.12.18 20:31

SM launching global auditions next year

Girls’ Generation (SM Entertainment)SM Entertainment, the nation’s largest entertainment agency, will launch a worldwide talent search next year. SM is slated to hold a large-scale global audition w...

Updated : 2014.12.17 20:29

Robin to spit French rhymes on Sosim Boys’ new EP

Robin (center) and the Sosim Boys. (Doctor Nine Media)French TV personality Robin Deiana from the popular JTBC talk show “Nonsummit” will be showing off his music talent by collaborating with the fo...

Updated : 2014.12.17 20:29

EXO to release first live concert album

EXO. (SM Entertainment)Just in time to ring in the holiday season, K-pop group EXO will release the group’s first live concert album on Monday, SM Entertainment said Wednesday. The live album will fe...

Updated : 2014.12.17 20:28

Klive hologram concerts attract 50,000 this year

In town and in the mood to see Psy perform his addictively enthralling galloping horse moves? Whether or not your visit coincides with his live concert schedule, you can dance along with the monster K...

Updated : 2014.12.16 20:44

2NE1 snags Billboard’s best K-pop album pick of 2014

As the countdown to 2015 approaches, the assessment of the year’s best songs, albums and industry newcomers is in full swing. Rounding out the year, Billboard’s top picks of the 10 best K-pop albums...

Updated : 2014.12.14 21:04

Fly to the Sky, Gummy unite for collaboration concerts

Following a special collaborative live performance in United States last month, noted ballad singer Gummy is reuniting with male R&B duo Fly to the Sky to hold three concerts in Seoul later this month...

Updated : 2014.12.12 20:28

Fuse TV names WINNER among top 13 breakout artists

Alongside the likes of Sam Smith, who shares a three-way tie with the year’s most Grammy Awards nods at six, and Meghan Trainor whose fame skyrocketed internationally after the release of her Grammy-...

Updated : 2014.12.11 20:36

S. Korean startup to provide Hallyu content in China

A South Korean startup will provide Korean media content such as K-pop and popular drama series to leading Chinese tech companies from next year, the company said Thursday. ApolloPnc, a Seoul-based content platform provider set up in 2013, will service online streaming of Korean TV progra...

Updated : 2014.12.11 10:12

Girls’ Generation to release first single as octet

Following the shock exit earlier this year of K-pop idol star Jessica from Girls’ Generation, the now eight-member girl group has revealed that it will release a new single in Japan.According to an a...

Updated : 2014.12.10 20:55

Bernat and Taeyang collaboration rumored

A myriad of rumors began circulating online Wednesday morning surrounding up-and-coming American R&B singer Jeff Bernat, who reportedly posted a tweet hinting at a possible collaboration with popular ...

Updated : 2014.12.10 20:53

JYPE releases ‘One Mic’ live album

JYP Entertainment fans can now hear the never-before-released collaborations by their favorite JYP artists with the release of the agency’s live concert album, “One Mic.”K-pop artists from JYPE, in...

Updated : 2014.12.10 20:50

Psy’s ‘Hangover’ tops YouTube K-Pop chart

The music video of South Korean rapper Psy’s latest single “Hangover” was the most viewed K-pop clip on YouTube this year, the global video-sharing site said Tuesday. The song, debuted in June and ...

Updated : 2014.12.09 21:00

Psy's "Hangover" tops YouTube K-Pop chart in 2014

The music video of South Korean rapper Psy's latest single "Hangover" was the most viewed K-pop clip on YouTube this year, the global video-sharing site said Tuesday. The song, debuted in June and featuring U.S. rapper Snoop Dogg, is a follow-up to Psy's international hit "Gangnam Style,"...

Updated : 2014.12.09 14:24