Currently serving their mandatory 2-year military service, power duo December presents the fans with the memories of first love with new song, “Fire”.
On July 23, December released their new music video for “Fire”. The music video also includes the captions, “With December's new album ‘Fire’, forget about busy life that makes you breathless and take a break reminiscing about your passionate first love.”
Check out the MV below.
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If there was a group that could seemingly do wrong, it would have to be Beast. They have a back story that would move fans, they have concepts and songs that appeal to most listeners and most importantly, all the members in the group each play a distinct and important role in the group.
But lately, there has been too little action from them — they released their last song a year ago — and it could be argued that their brand of slickly produced, smooth sounding pop could be sounding a bit dull in the face of edgier and newer sounds by recent debuts.
It’s in more challenging grounds that they release their latest album, and with it, the promotional single “Shadow”. Let’s see if they do well to rise to this challenge.
First impressions are that the song delivers on its promise
For those who are looking for cool ways to beat the hot and sticky summer nights of August, there are many good options available.
During the month of August, the hottest time of the year, there will be a series of outdoor concerts featuring various Korean performances, and to make it sound more tantalizing, "for free".
This August outdoor concert series, a month-long program to be held on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., will debut the first of its four shows on August 3.
For the August 3 concert, acclaimed Korean singers -- soprano Park Mi-hye, tenor Park Hyeon-jae, and the male-singer group I Maestri -- will present musical adaptations of Korea's famous poems, including lyric poet Kim So-wol's Azaleas which expresses the deep sadness of parting, A Longing for Mt
Welcome back to For Your Viewing Pleasure, where we take the time out of the week to share with our readers some of the most recent fashion-forward photos tied to the K-pop landscape.
The year of 2013 seems to be the year of the “flower boys” — in more ways than one. Along with new boy groups springing up right and left, floral print has managed also infiltrated K-pop male fashion at full force.
An earlier appearance of floral in boyband promotions was Boyfriend‘s “Love Style” in 2012:
In 2013, SHINee also picked up the floral for their “Dream Girl” comeback. In their promotional photos, Key wore a floral suit from clothing brand Peu A Peu, Onew wore a pair of women’s floral tapered skinny jeans from UNIQLO, and Taemin wore a floral cap and shirt with a teddy bear from Joyrich
Leading K-pop singer Rain, who was discharged from his mandatory military earlier this month, has decided to make his first public appearance a mass fan meeting.
The fan meeting will be held at Kyung Hee University on Aug. 3, in an event organized by Rain's official fan club, according to the singer's new management agency, Cube Entertainment.
The agency added, however, that this fan meeting is not considered part of any official "comeback" to the entertainment scene and that Rain has not started work on a new album.
Many local media outlets have reported that Rain will take some time to rest before starting on any new music.
But while fans may have to wait to hear new songs by Rain, they will get at least one chance to hear their old favorites, as Rain is scheduled to participate in a Bangkok music festival called Sonic Bang on Aug
Females are generally possessed with higher vocal pitch compared to males. Girls can scream
and shout as sharp and ear-piercing as they could. aOn the other hand, boys are generally made
of a deeper voice. So girls, do you think you can make use of your gifted vocal to the extend that
it’ll almost break a glass?
Well if you don’t, these high-notes boys of Kpop shall make you wonder…
Let’s see some “High-Notes” Kpop boys!
B.A.P – Daehyun
Daehyun’s capability in reaching 8 notes of IU’s “Good Day” is a-must-know! Even his teammate
Youngjae admits that his presence in B
Recently on her Instagram on July 20, Kara’s Goo Hara uploaded a photo of herself along with a message, “I am tired. I want to go back to the hotel.”
In the released picture is Goo Hara gazing at the camera as she pulls her hair down over her face. Part of her hair has been dyed white, creating an exotic look. With a large white flower adorning her hair, Goo Hara looks gorgeous in this photo.
Netizens that saw this selca commented, “Goo Hara is a white haired beauty,” “She looks strangely mysterious,” “Why did she get her hair dyed white?” and “It doesn’t matter what she does, she always looks so pretty like a doll.”
Meanwhile, Goo Hara showed off her sexy side recently on this Cosmopolitan pictorial.
Orange Caramel puts on a glamorous concept for their recent pictorial for Cosmopolitan magazine's August issue.
Lizzy, Nana and Raina puts on a sophisticated and classy outfits such as coats, cocktail dresses and such and bring out their beauties in a different level.
Check their photos below:
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Girl group After School's unit group Orange Caramel revealed that working should be enjoyed as if they're playing.
Orange Caramel recently held a photo shoot with the fashion magazine COSMOPOLITAN. During the interview, the members said, "We spend work hours joyfully as if we're playing. We made a vacation book because going on trips with members would be fun."
Orange Caramel held the photo shoot with the concept of vacation spot. They made jokes at each other and talked whenever they got the chance, really enjoying their work as if they were on a vacation with their friends.
Photo Credit: COSMOPOLITAN
Japan's football fans wave Rising Sun flags in the 2014 World Cup qualification match against Iraq in Saitama, north of Tokyo, in September.REUTERS/NEWS1
Megan Rha, a New York City resident and mother of two girls, was deeply disturbed when she saw Japan's gymnasts during the London Olympics last year.
They were wearing an outfit with a pattern representing Japan's Rising Sun flag - the flag with the red disk on a white background used by the militarist government that invaded half of Asia in the Second World War.
"Promoting the Rising Sun flag is just like promoting the Nazi swastika, which is actually under legal restrictions in a number of countries", Rha told the Korea JoongAng Daily through a recent e-mail interview.
When the Museum of Modern Art in New York adopted the design elements of the controversial flag in its poster earlier this year for its art exhibition, "Tokyo 1955?1970: A New Avant-Garde", she decided to take action