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Music & Lyrics: The Bad Boys of B1A4

Music & Lyrics: The Bad Boys of B1A4

Music & Lyrics: The Bad Boys of B1A4 Written by Laverne On October 6, 2014

Debuting in 2011, B1A4 has slowly but surely built up a loyal fanbase over the years with catchy songs and funny music videos. They’ve even managed to become somewhat known as artists for their involvement in their latest mini album, Solo Day, having written and produced all the songs themselves.

On top of these accomplishments, the boys exude an innocent charm, emphasized by their philanthropy and naive, countryside image. ...

Music & Lyrics: Orange Caramel and My Sushi are Dada!

Music & Lyrics: Orange Caramel and My Sushi are Dada!

Music & Lyrics: Orange Caramel and My Sushi are Dada! Written by Alolika On September 24, 2014

What is Orange Caramel’s success mantra?

No matter how much one thinks about it, it is nearly impossible to pin down the core reason for Orange Caramel’s success. However, there is an abstract ‘something’ oiling their smooth running sub-unit career. Their music is nothing ground-breaking; their choreography is restricted to simple moves, and their fashion often garish. The general consensus is that OC is concept-oriented but honestly, what in the world is OC’s concept? ...

Teen Top preview tracks and lyrics from "EXITO" through music thumbnail

Teen Top preview tracks and lyrics from "EXITO" through music thumbnail

Teen Top treat fans previews of their upcoming tracks from album “EXITO”.

Aside from the snippets of the audios, we could also enjoy the eyecandies and few lyrics which come along. The album includes a total of  songs including title track “Missing”, “Alone”, “Cry”, “Love Is..”, “Remote Control”, and L.Joe”s self-written song “Love U”.

Enjoy it below:

Music & Lyrics: The Wicked Witches of f(x)

Music & Lyrics: The Wicked Witches of f(x)

Music & Lyrics: The Wicked Witches of f(x) Written by Laura On September 7, 2014

Five years are both a long time and a feared number in the life of an idol group. Many disband before they even reach it, or they have to see members leave the group for a variety of reasons (especially under SM). While f(x) have faced similar problems over the course of the last few months, I want to take this opportunity of their fifth anniversary to look back at the great music they have created. ...

Music & Lyrics: Just the Way You Are

Music & Lyrics: Just the Way You Are

Music & Lyrics: Just the Way You Are Written by Camiele On August 19, 2014

As far as beauty standards go, South Korea ain’t exactly a beacon of aesthetic diversity. There’s a certain “norm” that pervades society and manages to keep both men and women worried about general acceptance. That’s not to suggest that South Korea is the only country that adheres to strict standards of beauty, not by a long shot. But it’s pretty clear in its modern culture that certain characteristics are not only desired, they’re expected. ...

Music & Lyrics: Postfeminism and “Strong Women”

Music & Lyrics: Postfeminism and “Strong Women”

Music & Lyrics: Postfeminism and “Strong Women” Written by Alolika On August 7, 2014

Often misunderstood because of its immense multiplicity of meanings, postfeminism is a highly contested and nebulous place to be in feminism. The term has commonly been used to announce a historical shift (after the height of second-wave feminism) or a backlash against feminism (Gill, 2011).

This backlash has been articulated in various ways: a disillusionment with white feminism, an over-emphasis on theory instead of political action, the inclusion of queer narratives – all these are backlashes not against the idea of feminism in itself but against the general reality of feminism – a movement by, for and of white, upper middle class, straight women. ...

Music & Lyrics: Nell and Their Laments of Life

Music & Lyrics: Nell and Their Laments of Life

Music & Lyrics: Nell and Their Laments of Life Written by Laura On July 23, 2014

For the newest installation of Music & Lyrics, let’s leave the world of pop music for a while and take a look at the alternative side. When it comes to indie music in South Korea, Nell must surely be considered as one of the best-known groups both nationally and internationally. Their haunting music, Kim Jong-wan‘s soft but urgent singing, and certainly their elaborate lyrics have garnered them a legion of fans over the years. ...

MBC & Music Core ban FIESTAR's performances and MV for 'One More' + FIESTAR to change suggestive lyrics

MBC & Music Core ban FIESTAR's performances and MV for 'One More' + FIESTAR to change suggestive lyrics

MBC

 has reportedly banned FIESTAR from performing “One More” on their programs for the time being following controversy arising over its sexually suggestive lyrics. This has prompted the girls and their agency to figure out new lyrics to replace their original.

SEE ALSO: FIESTAR give “one more” dose of their charms during their 1theK”s “hashtag” interview

According to broadcast insiders in an exclusive by Ilgan Sports, MBC”s variety and music show department sent out a notice which banned FIESTAR from performing on broadcast. The reasoning behind this ban is the lyrics of “One More” possibly alludes to having a “threesome”. Although the song passed the initial reviews of the three major broadcast stations (SBS, MBC, and KBS) prior to their comeback, controversy arose with viewers sending in their complaints following the group”s recent “Music Core” stage. ...

[Video] Added new poster and "Floral Rain" music video for the Korean movie "Daughter"

[Video] Added new poster and "Floral Rain" music video for the Korean movie "Daughter"

Added new poster and “Floral Rain” music video for the upcoming Korean movie “Daughter”

“Daughter” (2014)

Directed by Koo Hye-seon

With Shim Hye-jin, Koo Hye-seon, Hyeon Seung-min, Lee Hae-woo, Yoon Da-kyeong, Yang Hyeon-mo,…

Synopsis
A mother is seriously obsessed with her daughter. The mother forces her daughter to live a ascetic life and keeps a close watch to ensure she doesn”t stray. Years later, now fully grown up, the daughter learns that her mother is stricken with cancer and visits the hospital. The mother, however, has not changed at all, even while awaiting her imminent death. The daughter visits her former piano teacher, who consoled her when she was young. Since she was not on good terms with her own father, the teacher understands the daughter”s position and tries to support her former student. This teacher now lives alone at her old house after all these years. When the teacher tells the daughter that she took care of her father with Alzheimer”s until he died, the daughter begins to wonder if she, now pregnant, will ever be able to be free from the painful memories involving her mother....

Akdong Musician say that YG doesn"t interfere with their music

Akdong Musician say that YG doesn"t interfere with their music

Newsen recently sat down with Akdong Musician at the YG Entertainment building for an interview, during which the young duo discussed their relationship with their CEO and boss, Yang Hyun Suk.

Elder brother of the sibling duo Lee Chan Hyuk shared, “Our boss never interferes with our music. It seems that thanks to his consideration, I am able to do well and advance forward with Soo Hyun little by little.

On the entertainment company”s involvement in Akdong Musician”s music, he continued, “There are many [at the company] who want me to make more music, but that doesn”t mean they want us to make YG-like music and change to be like YG. [Doing so] wouldn”t fit Akdong Musician. We don”t want to change like that and it doesn”t seem like we will change like that either. They”re saying that they want to challenge us to try out genres we have yet to experience instead of just doing existing genres we”ve already done.” ...