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By Kwaak Je-yupIt is easy to be cynical about K-pop’s influence unless you have seen it in action. The story of five-member boy band MBLAQ is testament to this phenomenon. Thanks to the power of YouTube, curious music fans in countries such as Brazil and Italy can hear the music and see the performances. Soon they make their own online bulletin boards to discuss what they have seen. They may even try to learn Korean to understand the lyrics and even put up subtitles for others. They can quickly master the choreography and participate in so-called cover dance competitions. When MBLAQ visited Sao Paulo last year to preside over such an event, thousands of fans turned up at the airport in the wee hours, just for an opportunity to see their idols up close. Their hotel had to be barricaded by police for crowd control.The five 20-somethings ― Cheon Dung, G.O, Joon, Mir and Seungho ― all admitted to The Korea Times that they and their agency J. Tune Camp were astounded by this happening, which repeated itself in other regions around the world. (In a sparsely-populated area of Peru, members G.O. and Mir encountered a little girl, who unexpectedly serenaded them with one of their hits.)Though they made their debut with the formidable Rain, one of Korea’s biggest solo pop stars and heartthrobs, who groomed them for stardom and still serves as a mentor, they have certainly earned their success; their rise to stardom was only possible by countless hours of hard work and an enormous passion for music. They are, of course, talented: G.O. and Seungho have some of the idol factory’s best vocal pipes, and Joon, a formally trained dancer, is one step ahead of virtually everyone. With songwriting and music-making in the works, MBLAQ only sees its star rising in the future ― and whose place is it to disagree?
MBLAQ’s Lee Joon Confesses G-Dragon Is His Ideal Man on ‘Weekly Idol’
Big Bang's G-Dragon and MBLAQ's Lee Joon had a telephone call on the show. Like Us on Facebook On the December 11th episode of cable channel TV MBC Every1's "Weekly Idol," Big Bang leader G-Dragon made an appearance. In this episode, MC Jung Hyung Don revealed that in the past MBLAQ's Lee Joon had confessed that G-Dragon is his ideal man. He then quizzed G-Dragon as to what his reasoning was for this decision. Thereafter, they called Lee Joon on the spot. Lee Joon was shocked to hear G-Dragon's voice on the other line, and was stumbling over his words and didn't know what to do...
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BoA is confirmed to be one of the cast members on an action film, “The Big Match.” She will play the role of Choi Ikho’s assistant. 'The Big Match' is a martial arts film about Choi Ikho, a martial artist who was framed up for a murder.The movie is set to begin filming this month. Expect this to be released on the second half of 2014. written by: firstname.lastname@example.orgSOURCE: Newsen...
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Singer and actor Lee Joon of MBLAQ has withdrawn from the movie “Botox“ due to conflicting schedules. A representative of the idol’s agency J.Tune Camp revealed to Sports Seoul on December 5, “The filming was supposed to begin in mid-December, but for various reasons, it has been constantly delayed. MBLAQ will start their album promotions in January, and if the filming schedule keeps being pushed back, it will disrupt the album promotions. As a result, it was natural for him to drop out of ‘Botox...