Lee Joon Mblaq Plastic Surgery
Mir of MBLAQ, Lady Jane and music actress Hong Ji Min will join the fourth season of “Let Me In,” StoryOn‘s popular plastic surgery makeover show. The first episode of the fourth season will air on May 29. . ... Read more
MBLAQ previously revealed that they used the experience they went through after Lee Joon and Thunder“s leave to help convey the emotions of their new track “Mirror“, for they did not have too much experience with love. However, it seems many misunderstood this to mean that the song is a direct diss towards the former MBLAQ members.. ... Read more
MBLAQ appeared on SBS radio program “Kim Chang Ryul”s Old School” on June 24 and talked once again about being a trio following the departure of Lee Joon and Thunder.. ... Read more
Actress Chun Yi Seul won the litigation against her former label”s president and the director of a plastic surgery clinic whom she sued for infringing on her rights by using her images without permission and illegally advertising them on the clinic”s website. . ... Read more
Actor Lee Joon-ki was making the new MBC drama “Night Strolling Scholar” when he fell and broke his nose on the 10th. He underwent surgery that afternoon.
He was taken to a hospital right away and was told he needed surgery. Then he needs a week of rest so the drama making will temporarily be stopped. Much of the “Night Strolling Scholar” has been made already so there will be no major damage in the drama. . ... Read more
Actor Lee Joon-ki“s agency made an announcement in regards to his injury caused during filming his drama.
On June 10th, Namoo Actors posted on Lee Joon-ki“s official fan page under the title, “Notice in regards to the injury caused the set of “Night Strolling Scholar“”. . ... Read more
MBLAQ addressed the possible mentioning of their former members Lee Joon and Thunder in the lyrics of “Mirror,” which is about a lover who betrays and leaves them, during their showcase on June 9. . ... Read more
During the press conference for mini-album “Mirror” on June 9, the MBLAQ trio talked about their former members, Lee Joon and Thunder.
When asked about member recruitment, leader Seung Ho replied, “We felt like there would be nobody who could replace those friends. We felt that we could fill up [the empty spaces] with the remaining members, so we decided on being a trio.” . ... Read more
MBLAQ is finally back, but this time without Lee Joon and Thunder.
On June 9, the now three-member group held a showcase for their eighth mini album “Mirror,” marking MBLAQ’s comeback after a 14-month hiatus. . ... Read more