KBS has banned some of JYJ and Hyun-A”s latest songs from its music shows. JYJ”s “Back Seat” was banned because of its sexual content, according to KBS. Songs such as “French Kiss” from Hyun-A”s third solo album “A Talk” will not be played on the TV channel.
The broadcaster also said that “Blacklist”, a song from her newest record, uses too much slang.
Meanwhile, boy group JYJ might ask the broadcaster to reconsider as the other two terrestrial channels, MBC and SBS, have allowed the song, according to local media reports. JYJ is also debating whether to change some of the controversial lyrics. ...
Recently released songs by male group BTS and solo artist Hwayobi have been banned by broadcast company KBS.
According to the review results, four songs from BTS’ new album “Dark&Wild” are not suitable for all audiences, and were thus deemed unfit for broadcast. The songs in question are “Second Grade,” “Look Here,” “Turn Off Your Phone” and “BTS Cypher PT.3 : KILLER (Feat. Supreme Boi).” ...
KBS has deemed songs by JYJ, HyunA, Yenny (HA:TFELT), and more as unfit for broadcast.
According to KBS on August 6, 14 songs failed to satisfy the broadcast network”s rules and regulations in terms of content. Among those were “Back Seat” from JYJ”s second album “Just Us“, “Blacklist” and “French Kiss” from HyunA”s “A Talk“, and HA:TFELT”s “Bond” from her solo debut album....
“Trot Lovers” Jung Eunji: Collection of Her Best Trot Songs That Gave Both Joy and Sadness to Viewers
*Warning: Mild spoilers ahead.
A Pink’s Jung Eunji is garnering much attention for her role as Choi Chun Hee in the KBS Monday-Tuesday drama “Trot Lovers.” There seems to be a great synergy between Jung Eunji and the genre of trot, and this brings out many touching, memorable scenes in the drama.
With two episodes left to air, four songs were selected out of many by the production staff as the most memorable. The collection is as follows: ...
Areia Creations Global Entertainment
uploaded a video of their debuting artist Hany Lee.
The video is a mash up of EXID”s “Every Night,” SNSD”s “Mr. Mr,” 2NE1″s “Come Back Home,” EXO”s “Growl” and “Overdose,” “Hug Me” by Crush ft. Gaeko, and ? (Question Mark) by Primary ft. Zion T.
Hany Lee will be debuting later this year. Keep updated about her by following her personal Twitter account and Areia Creations Global Entertainment”s as well....
Following the release of a list of songs banned by broadcast company KBS, singers JYJ, HyunA, and HA:TFELT (Ye Eun) have revealed their stances on the issue.
JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment commented, “We are thinking of altering the lyrics, but if the story begins to drift away from our intended one, we will go with the original song.” KBS ruled JYJ’s “Back Seat” unfit for broadcast due to its suggestive message. ...
GOT7 perform Rain”s popular songs such as “How To Avoid The Sun”, “It”s Raining”, “Rainism” and more on M! Countdown, check out their performance below:
Girls’ Generation member Hyoyeon recently shared a ‘proof shot’ of herself learning how to play the guitar.
On September 16, Hyoyeon posted a brief description on her own personal Instagram account that read, “Guitar Lesson,” along with a picture showing the Girls’ Generation member holding a guitar and practicing.
In the uploaded photo, she can be seen looking focused and completely absorbed in playing the guitar in her lap. Hyoyeon is receiving attention for the way she displays her natural charms, wearing a very simple and plain, yet stylish outfit. Many people are showing interest in hearing her actual guitar playing after seeing this photo. ...
Ten members of the boy group Super Junior gathered in southern Seoul yesterday to promote their seventh album “Mamacita”.
“Before, it was important to be No. 1, but now we learned it is happiness that we get to work with good people”, said Lee-teuk, the leader of the group.
The new songs are being released online today while the CDs will hit the stores on Monday.
By Lee Sun-min
According to the representative of Huh Gak, Huh Gak’s songs will be a part of Melon Playlist.
Being a gifted singer, Huh Gak is admired for his strong and emotional vocal performance. In this program, Huh Gak uses his experience and talent to teach the singers how to show off their singing prowess.
His playlist is filled with eight songs including “I Have To” by Lim Changjung; “In God We Trust” by Stryper; “Looking Into My Eyes” by Bigmama; “Fate” by Lee Sunhee; “But I’m Sorry” by Kim Gunmo; “Promise” by Kim Sunggjib; “Super Star” by Ruben Studdard and “Goodbye” by Jung Jaewook.
Huk Gak is focusing on his song “Day N Night”, which is collaboration with Simon D.
Check out the video of Huh Gak’s Melon Playlist below! What would you put on a playlist of your favorite songs?...