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Not only will 13 of K-pop’s hottest acts descend upon Singapore this November for the unprecedented 2013 MBC Korean Music Wave in Singapore (Music Wave) concert, Girls’ Generation’s first offical subunit TaeTiSeo (TTS) will be the special MCs for the concert! (This is an especially great treat for Sones who may be suffering from withdrawals after SNSD’s concert in Singapore on 12th October)
Scheduled to take place on November 16 from 7pm onwards at the scenic Gardens by the Bay, Music Wave is the largest ever multi-band K-pop concert on the island-republic, and is jointly organized by one of South Korea’s biggest broadcasters Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation and Singapore-based Fatfish Entertainment.
The stunning lineup of K-pop’s hottest names include SHINee, 2PM, 2AM, F
KARA, 2pm, taec, snsd, after school, t.o.p, wonder girls, sohee, yeeun, t-ara, jiyeon
Let's move on to dissect blood type B and AB and see the K-pop stars that fall within the type B and AB category.
People who are blood type B are usually smart, attractive, and honest. Men who carry blood type B are stereotypically known to have a very bad reputation in Korea. Often characterized as being selfish and having a temper, Korean men with this blood type are often known as being players and not being husband material. But ofcourse, women are often attracted to the bad boy type and these "B" boys more than often suck girls in with their playboy ways and attractive image. Though men carry this reputation, women do not. Type B women are known to be creative and passionate, but like any other type, can have their own negative sides
Some time ago, a group picture that contained various Korean stars had sparked an interest among netizens, want to know what it was all about? hit the jump for the answer.
Group picture with SNSD’s Yoona, Sooyoung, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, 2NE1′s Minzy, and actors Ryeowon and Kim Sooyhun, and Super Junior’s Choi Siwon.
This group gained more attention on June 2nd when Choi Siwon from Super Junior posted yet another picture
Along with the picture he also posted a message on his twitter account, “Rest in God!! No Shame, No Fear!! “
These various celebrities created a Christian group called “MoonMiEn” and try to keep in touch with gatherings and prayer meetings despite their busy schedules.
Alot of conversations were sparked among netizens was said among other very nice things like, “I want to go to this church,” “Choi Siwon is a true church oppa,” “I should immediately sign up for this because SNSD members are there,” “they look nice,” and “I heard they do good work as well
Yuri recently uploaded a photoset and message onto SNSD’s official site about the movie “No Breathing“, which has cast singing group SNSD’s best swimmer to play a swimmer who, instead of swimming, wants to be a singer. This will make sense in the movie.
Message translation by ch0sshi:
Hi-2 (two in korean is ‘ee’)
No breathing. I film tomorrow~^^
In order to become school band member Jung-Eun, dinggaringdingga (guitar strumming sounds)
I’ve been playing the guitar and playing these days ^^
Laaaater on~ I’m going to work hard.
In order to show Yul playing guitar and singing on stage. Until I get blisters on my fingers, hwaiting.About these ads Share on Tumblr Like this: Like Loading
On Dec. 17, Billboard.com ranked Psy as the seventh Top New Artist for the year.
According to the U.S.-based music magazine and Web site, the Korean rapper was one spot above 2 Chainz and below Calvin Harris.
British boy band One Direction is on top of the chart while second and third places went to Carly Rae Jepsen and Gotye, respectively.
Meanwhile on the "Top Artists" chart, Psy rose to 56th place and was 51st on the "Hot 100 Artists" chart and 15th on Social 50 Artists, which tracks singers who utilize SNS Web sites.
Throughout the year, the Web site had its fair share of Psy coverage, resulting from the success of "Gangnam Style" and its race against Maroon Five's "One More Night".
By Carla Sunwoo
ESPN, America’s Entertainment and Sports Programing Network, has mischievously celebrated SNSD’s Jessica’s belated birthday with an embarrassing video of her throw at a baseball match.
On May 14, ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption broadcast Jessica’s pitch at the opening game which is known as “drop throw” in Korea. The anchor reported, “Happy belated 23rd birthday, Jessica Jung. She is in a very hot Korean girl band called Girls’ Generation. We’re wishing her happy birthday to show you this video.”
The video covered Jessica doing her first throw at the opening baseball match between the LG Twins and the Samsung Lions held at the Jamsil Arena in Seoul on May 11. The star stood on the mound with an excellent pose, but her ball dropped straight down as soon as it left her hand
Group Girls’ Generation (SNSD) became the first Korean group to make a guest appearance on a talk show on a major TV network in America and the girls made sure to put on a performance to remember.
Girls’ Generation appeared on ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’ on the 31st and they sang the english version of their song ‘The Boys’ in the final minutes of the show.
The girls sang with a live band and they fashioned sexy black costumes for a slightly different feel from their usual Korean performance.
Girls’ Generation’s live performance was absolutely flawless and gave a spectacular end for the night. David Letterman said to the girls “kamsahamnida”, ‘thank you’ in Korean before ending the show
With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, Korean based music portal ikaraoke, recently asked members whom they wished to spend the most romantic day of the year with.
537 members between the ages of 20 and 30, participated in the weeklong poll and the results have confirmed that: 41% of men chose SNSD, as the idol they would want to be on a date with the most on Valentine’s Day. Solo singing sensation IU came in at second place with 32% of votes from men, whilst South Korean boy band Big Bang were chosen as the top choice among female voters.
Written by: mikechi@snsdkorean
Tidbit: It wouldn’t matter what day it is, I would date SNSD any day of the year
On January 15th, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published an online article titled “YouTube Helps South Korean Band Branch Out”, describing how SM Entertainment used Youtube to propel Girls’ Generation into the foreign market.
WGJ starts out mentioning SNSD‘s first Japan showcase at Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo. The Journal offers two solutions for the successful foreign debut: a Japanese song and Youtube.
WSJ states how a Japanese version of SNSD songs on Youtube led to “radio requests and online chatter” on Japanese forum sites weeks before the official showcase. Fans were able to reupload the videos on various websites, further publicizing the new group.
*Mistake by WSJ – ‘Genie’ Japanese version PV was released on YouTube on August 26th, 2010, a day after the Ariake Coliseum showcase and not weeks ahead
For the final stages of MBC’s Kpop Cover Dance Festival Roadshow 40120, to be held at the Gyeongju Gymnasium in October, Yuri and Tiffany will take the reigns as MC’s alongside YB Band member Yoon Dohyun.
The ‘Kpop Cover Dance Festival Roadshow 40120′ has been holding K-pop dance cover auditions all over the world (40120 meaning the distance across the globe in kilometers) and has featured popular Korean idols as judges.
Preliminary stages have already been conducted in countries including Russia, Brazil, the US, Japan, Thailand, and Spain, with the finals to take place in Korea, where SNSD, TVXQ and 4Minute are said to be in the planning stages for judging.
MBC will begin airing television episodes of the festival roadshow from the 22nd of September in Korea, so keep an eye out for our two favorite MC’s and the rest of the girls’ in the coming weeks