Week in Review, 7/10 to 7/16

Week in Review, 7/10 to 7/16

Week in Review, 7/10 to 7/16 Hello everyone, and welcome back to another edition of SB Week in Review! Heres your recap of the week that was:

Three Stellar members, Gayoung, Hyoeun, and Minhee, used social media to momentarily vent their frustrations at the fact that the physical copy of their latest mini is not yet available to the public, three weeks after the groups comeback.

Uee and Kangnam finally confirmed their relationship, after rumours were effectively confirmed by Dispatch. The pair met while recording variety show Law of the Jungle. However, Uees initial denials on Instagram caused backlash against the idol-turned-actress, leading her to delete her account after apologising and affirming the relationship.

Gangnam Style is no longer the video with the most views on YouTube, being overtaken by Wiz Khalifas See You Again.

Rapper One has officially debuted as a solo act under YG Entertainment, with music quite different to his older stuff.

Lyn is cute in her MV for OnOn.

Red Velvet are ruling the charts with new single Red Summer. Our reviewer also thought their mini was pretty rad.

WJSN also go for a summery vibe in Kiss Me.

Zico muses on his antis and artistry in his new MVs.

Does Jessis comeback feel like Gucci to you?

Hotshots brooding gazes in their latest MV may turn you to Jelly.

Park Bo-ram unveiled Orange Moon.

Rotta directs Dumbfoundeads Water, which also features G.Soul.

The Barberettes put out the English version of Summer Love.

Nuest released a 2017, acoustic version of Hello.

Black Pink released the short Japanese PVs for Whistle, Boombayah, and Playing With Fire ahead of their August debut in the country.

Teasers Announcements

Exo are back with their first album that doesnt reference the groups name in the title.

Ex-Nine Muses member Hyuna drops Remedy Take 2.

K.A.R.D will officially debut as the newest and hottest co-ed K-pop act. In addition to making their Brazilian TV debut, they will also be returning to the US on another tour, hosted by Subkulture. You can find dates, venues, and ticket sale info here.

CN Blues Yonghwa will drop first solo mini Do Disturb.

Snuper returns with a repackaged album, Super Star.

On the 27th, Dreamcatcher is back with Prequel.

On the 31st, JJ Project is back!

Also joining the July comeback stampede are:

AkMu with possibly their last release before Chanhyuks enlistment.

CLC, with a revamped image.

Loona revealed newest member Choerry.

Gearing up for August activities are Winner, N.Flying, and Taemin.

Taeyang has announced US and Canada dates for his White Night tour. Expect a new album soon.

C9 girl group Good Day introduced their full line-up ahead of their debut.

WM Entertainment announced the debut of their first boy band since B1A4Onf.

Produce 101 Season 2 contestant Joo Hak-nyeon will be debuting under his agencys new group. The news comes after Cre.Ker Entertainment initially decided against including Joo in the group.

The full line-up for Kcon LA 2017 has been revealed! Due to fees, ticket prices have increased slightly on Kcon NY 2017 prices; the $1,500 Diamond package now costs an extra backbreaking $50 more!!!

[LINEUP] Which night of the #KCON17LA concert are you excited for?? We cant wait to attend both!! Get tickets on https://t.co/xzkal22lNk pic.twitter.com/D15nlVCCGP

KCON USA (@kconusa) July 14, 2017

Actor and ZE:A member Im Si-wan began his military service on Tuesday.

Actor Ji Chang-wook will also enlist on the 14th of August.

Meanwhile Super Juniors Donghae and Eunhyuk returned from their enlistment.

Sulli has split from boyfriend Kim Min-joon.

It isnt just the Western media that BTS has taken over Rap Monster gave an interview to Rolling Stone India.

Rumours making the rounds this week:

Kim Soo-hyun denied plans for a September enlistment, explaining that he has yet to receive his draft notice.

Some are convinced that Sulli and Choiza are back together.

CL may or may not be taking Fergies place as the female singer/rapper for the Black Eyed Peas.

Produce 101 Season 2 contestant Kim Ye-hyun confirmed he not be joining Snuper.

(Chosun, Dispatch, Glorious Entertainment, Instagram, Joongang Ilbo, Korea Herald[1][2][3][4], Osen, Sports Donga, Sports Seoul[1][2], TV Report[1][2], Twitter[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10], Variety, V Live, Yonhap[1][2][3], YouTube. Images via: SM Ent., Marie Claire)

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