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Following the release of B1A4‘s contribution to the ‘We Got Married: Global Edition‘ OST is none other than songstress Lena Park with “My Everything“.
‘We Got Married: Global Edition’ is a global project that will be broadcast to 21 different nations under a contract with Singapore’s Sony Pictures Television Networks Asia. These countries include Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan, India, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and more. It stars 2PM‘s Taecyeon and F.T. Island‘s Hongki with Taiwanese star Gui Gui and Japanese actress Fujii Mina respectively.
‘National Fairy’ Lena Park, with her in heavenly voice, uses the sweet and delicate melodies of “My Everything” to create an impressively climatic song
Son Dambi's music video for her title track "Dripping Tears" ranked first on China's biggest video hosting site, Yinyuetai. On November 21st, Yinyuetai updated their video chart ranking and revealed Son Dambi's "Dripping Tears" at top of the chart. It was also stated that the music video reached more than 2 million views, placing first for both real time and weekly rankings.
"Dripping Tears" managed to overtake PSY's "Gangnam Style," B1A4's "Tried To Walk" and SNSD's "Flower Power," proving the tight competition in the chart and the artist's popularity.
In a statement, a representative from Pledis Entertainment thanked fans to Son Dambi's fans in China. Through her current activities, they hope that the artist can visit the country and meet fans soon.
Son Dambi is currently promoting her new mini-album which was released on November 12th
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Korean and Chinese popular idols gathered at one place to participate in a concert heating up Guangzhou.
Korean idol groups Super Junior, miss A and B1A4 attended the "M-Live by CJ MO.A 2012 in Guangzhou" in front of 8,000 fans on August 26 at the Guangzhou International Sports Arena.
The annual event took place to further promote and help the continuous spread of K-Pop, indicating the current position of K-Pop.
Being B1A4's first China concert, they greeted fans with their cute appeal.
Girl group miss A showed off their powerful stage presence and was able to communicate with their fans fluently in Chinese. Chinese member Fei also took pictures with fan's cell phones, creating a lasting memory with them
Super Junior, Miss A, and B1A4 got over 8,000 Chinese fans excited.
Super Junior, Miss A, and B1A4 attended the MO.A (Most Amazing) Concert, which was held at the International Sports Arena in Guangzhou, China, on August 26 at 7:00 p.m., with Wei Chen from China.
The MO.A is a joint concert of M-Live, CJ E&M’s global concert brand. It was held in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, in the November of 2011, and in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in the December of 2011. The concert in Guangzhou attracted over 8,000 people.
During the concert, Super Junior’s Leeteuk said, “I think we should hold a concert in the Beijing National Stadium.” He also touched his fans by shedding tears at the end of the concert.
According to reports, over a thousand fans from Shanghai and Hong Kong swarmed over to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to see the Korean singers
The artists line-up for the ‘14th Korea-China Music Festival‘, to be held at the Yeosu Expo Digital Gallery on August 25th, has been revealed!
To be held at the Yeosu Expo Digital Gallery on August 25th, the full artists line-up for joint concert has been revealed such as Girls’ Generation, KARA, IU, 2PM, Sonya, Kim Tae Woo, Supernova, B1A4, EXO-K, and Rania will represent Korea while Tan Jing, Sa Dingding, Ning Jing, EXO-M, and more.
Sonya, who has been receiving a lot of love for her weekly performances on ‘Immortal Song 2‘, will be performing a cover of Boohwal‘s hit song “The More I Love“
The fourteenth China and Korea Song Festival is set to take place on August 25th in the Yeosu World Expo Fairgrounds Digital Gallery. This year's performances will be emceed by KBS's Han Seokjun and Park Sa-im and two emcees from CCTV.
Representing the Korean side of the festival are Girls' Generation, 2PM, Kara, Kim Taewoo, Sonya, IU, Supernova, B1A4, Rania, and EXO-K.
Tan Jing, Sa Dingding, Penny Dai, Nin Jing, Hu Yanbing, Su Peng, Wu Tong, and EXO-M will be performing as the Chinese singers of the night.
With such a powerful lineup coming from both countries, fans are greatly anticipating this event. Previous performers include SISTAR, T-ara, U-KISS, CNBLUE, Infinite, Davichi, Rainbow, B1A4, and Sunny Hill.
Tickets will go on sale beginning August 16th on a first come first serve basis.
Will you be at the China and Korea Song Festival?
Source: KBS Official Notice
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A B1A4 imitation male group has debuted in China, attracting much attention.
Recently on an online community, a post was posted about a group in China who imitated the Korean boy group B1A4, becoming an issue.
According to the pictures, the Chinese boy group has been copying B1A4's outfits, accessories, album jacket photos, and even website starting from their debut to their most recent album.
What makes this replication evident are the imitations of detailed and unique outfits such as hot pink points on white suits, animal, and clown concepts sported by B1A4 in the past.
Internet users who saw this post commented, "At first we thought they were a performance cover group but it turns out they've been officially debuted, it's ridiculous," "We might get confused between which one's the real one," "No matter how hard they try to copy, they can't follow the original," and "It's good that Korean singers are popular but making fake Girls' Generation, Big Bang, SHINee, and HyunA is taking it too far, I'm afraid it might harm the original singer's image
B1A4 may have found a copycat version of them in China! Recently, an online post titled, “B1A4 and 决胜团 (Fighters),” was posted on an online community forum, becoming one of the most trending topics in Korea.
The post features a photo comparison of the two groups. In the photos, it’s easy to notice how both groups are wearing similar outfits and making the same moves for their photo shoots. Especially, the hot pink shirts and polka dot pants, or the gold crown wearing photos seem strikingly similar, drawing speculation that the Chinese group may have followed B1A4’s every move for their activities.
Netizens commented, “At first, I thought they were a cover dance group,” “Man, I can’t tell who’s who,” and “I know K-Pop is popular, but they shouldn’t straight up copy everything!”
Meanwhile, B1A4 has wrapped up their album promotions and are focused on individual activities
Asia Song Fetival, Kim Hyun-joong, Tiger JK, Yoon Mirae, MBLAQ, SISTAR, Teen Top, ZE:A, Ailee, B1A4asia song festival 2012
The 'Asia Song Festival', which will be taking place on August 4 on the special stage at the Yeosu Expo, has revealed their line up forthis year.
This year's festival will bring in 14 artists/teams from sixdifferent countries including Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan and more. Theartists representing Korea will be Kim Hyun Joong, Tiger JK & Yoon Mirae, MBLAQ, SISTAR, TEEN TOP, ZE:A, Ailee and B1A4.
The Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (KOFICE)stated, "'Asia Song Festival' is becoming one of Asia's bestcultural festivals that brings people together from all over the world as one.With this year's festival being held at the Yeosu Expo, it's evenmore significant