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Korean-American Rock Band Royal Pirates Bring New Sound With Newest EP '3.3'

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The album is not of route flawless. "Dangerous" is the black sheep of 3.3, with not much to provideas adverse toa captivatingglance at their musical astuteness. Similarly,"Without You" starts off with the ability ballad feels appropriate away. The toned down pacing is an entire contrast from the start of the album that leaves you in want of more.

As total 3.3is an awesome accomplishment for Royal Pirates. Their sound has evolved into a more exceptional EDM filled goodness this iscertainto paste around for a long time.

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Professor Oh Discusses Her Work As A Korean Educator With 'Sweet And Tasty TV' [INTERVIEW]
Professor Oh Discusses Her Work As A Korean Educator With 'sweet And Tasty Tv' [Interview]

Professor Oh Discusses Her Work As A Korean Educator With 'Sweet And Tasty TV' [INTERVIEW]

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(Photo : Professor Oh) Professor Oh educates Hallyu enthusiasts in the myriad of vernacular and slang that is omnipresent in the Korean language. Through her "Sweet and Tasty TV" program on YouTube, she reaches millions of viewers who tune in to watch the adventures of her on-screen personalities like Billy Jin, a K-pop enthusiast, and Granny Kim, a fun-loving senior. KpopStarz interviewed Professor Oh about her educational work with "Sweet and Tasty TV."

(Photo : Professor Oh ) KpopStarz: Why were you inspired to create educational videos, particularly those who target fans of Korean culture?

Professor Oh: Initially, there were no intentions of creating YouTube content, on a regular basis. I uploaded my first Korean lesson back in 2008 when there were less than five Korean language videos on YouTube. Unexpectedly, quite a number of views accumulated on my first Korean lesson video. A surprising 2 million views.

Original member of Korean folk band C`est Si Bon makes a comeback in 48 years
Original Member Of Korean Folk Band C`est Si Bon Makes A Comeback In 48 Years

Original member of Korean folk band C`est Si Bon makes a comeback in 48 years

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Different from the motion picture story, I'm truly not the user that betrays chums for love, Lee said. He joined the folk band when he studied civil engineering at Yonsei University. Lee took a damage from faculty to grow to be a singer but he had to sign up for the military in 1968 after receiving a realize of enlistment. Afterwards, he gave up on his dream and were running for a structure corporate for 40 years. i determined to live the 2d one existence thank you to C`est Si Bon band members, said Lee, who currently got here back to Korea after completing a bridge construction assignment in Nepal.

During the 2-hour-long concert, C`est Si Bon and company will provide old pop songs adding When the Saint pass Marching In, which become played in the movie. Audiences will also experience their own songs reminiscent of We could Go on a Trip, Hwagae Market, Closed Clam Shells, and Thorn Tree Bird. Trot singer Jo Jeong-min, the concerts guest, will sing Bumble Bee, unhappy Movies, and A Long Hair woman with C`est Si Bon members. Jo Young-nam said, Thanks to Lee Ik-gyun with low-register voice and feminine singer Jo Jeong-min, vocal sounds of the concert have turned into enriched, more than ever.

At a local radio prove in 2009, Jo Young-nam, Lee Jang-hee, Song Chang-sik, Yoon Hyung-ju and Kim Se-hwan, who were the C`est Si Bon members, accrued all in combination for the primary time in 40 years. Kim said, whilst were practicing for the concert, we have got an excellent teamwork as though we separated just yesterday. As now Lee, the original member of the band, joined the concert, I wish six of us all may just function on the stage at some point in the future.

Photo Of TASTY Twins With Z.Tao Incites Outrage Among Korean Fans
Photo Of Tasty Twins With Z.tao Incites Outrage Among Korean Fans

Photo Of TASTY Twins With Z.Tao Incites Outrage Among Korean Fans

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On August 24, Chinese-Korean duo TASTY shared a set of photos on their official Weibo account celebrating the completion of Z.Tao"s show in China. "The solo concert has finished! It was a great performance," the twins wrote on their Chinese social media account. The photos attached to the post showed Tao performing on stage, some food he received in honor of his solo tour, and most notably a selfie of the three polarizing K-pop stars.

Newsen reported that the brother duo had gone to cheer on Z.Tao. Both TASTY and the EXO member are currently seeking to have their exclusive contracts in South Korea terminated in order to freely pursue activities in China.

In response to the pictures, online commenters in South Korea have weighed in with their opinions, with many expressing feelings of outrage and betrayal.

Korean Rock Band YB To Hold 20th Anniversary Concert

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The rock band YB consists Yoon Do Hyun, Heojun, Kim Jin Won, Park Tae Hee, and Scott Hellowell. The rock band is known for their explosive and dynamic live performances. They are influenced by classic rock groups with added modern elements. The group also combines their music with contemporary Korean cultural identity.

Taya of SOREA band reveals cool Korean traditional drum performance remixed with Flo Rida"s "GDFR"

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Janggu is a Korean traditional drum, and she played a "GDFR Janggu Remix", remixing Flo Rida"s "GDFR" to match her drum playing. Because of how the janggu works, she can dance and perform the instrument at the same tie.

"GDFR" is the group"s 9th song in their "Infinite Challenge of SOREA" where they show the possibilities of Korean traditional music. Check out the video above!

Korean Band Rocks Out in Mashup of AOA’s “Like a Cat” and Ariana Grande’s “Problem”

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This four-member pop rock band is composed of vocalist Lee Han Yeol, guitarist and leader Song Seung Won, Jun Chang Gi on bass, and Choi Sung Han on drums. They hail from the cities of Dongducheon and Uijeongbu in the Gyeonggi Province of South Korea. Within five years, they have performed over 100 times for the public, and they released their first official single in July of last year titled Farewell Frequency. They have since released two other singles.

South Korean Boy Band CNBLUE Bagged ‘Asia Best Group’ at '2015 iQiyi Night Awards Ceremony' in China
South Korean Boy Band Cnblue Bagged ‘Asia Best Group’ At '2015 Iqiyi Night Awards Ceremony' In China

South Korean Boy Band CNBLUE Bagged ‘Asia Best Group’ at '2015 iQiyi Night Awards Ceremony' in China

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iQiyi is known as a professional video service provider established by China’s biggest portal site, Baidu. This year, it hosted the very first awards ceremony for movies, dramas, music, variety, and more for countries throughout Asia.

During the group’s acceptance speech, leader Jung Yong Hwa expressed, “Thank you, iQiyi. We built up many memories in China this year through concerts and such, and we hope to make even more memories in 2015.”

Additionally, CNBLUE graced the ending stage with a performance of “I’m Sorry” and “Can’t Stop.”

South Korean Indie Band “10cm” Drops Third Album, "3.0" On November 19th

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The album includes humorously titled tracks such as "3rd Album Burdens" and "Why Do Women Always Get Upset" - doing what the indie band does best, making tunes with just the simple experiences in life by adding just a pinch of acoustics and a dash of harmonious vocals. With this album, 10cm transforms into story tellers as they narrate their simple daily lives.

Whether South Korean boy band Super Junior is coming back?
Whether South Korean Boy Band Super Junior Is Coming Back?

Whether South Korean boy band Super Junior is coming back?

News via blog.koreaboo.com

The picture was posted via Shindong’s SNS on October 10th with a simple caption “#MV”. The viewers are impressed by the artistic in the image, where Super Junior’s members are holding a drum stick between their fingers.