In a K-pop world of tears and chaos, there stands but one hero: Sulli

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While groups are collapsing, idols are being worked until they’re hospitalized, and corruption accusations run rampant in Korea, there stands but one glorious lone wolf in all this madness: Sulli. What has Sulli been doing throughout all this shit? Clubbing with friends, getting shitfaced, and eating ddukbokgi, yo. “To all the DJs who made it a great night, to everyone ... Read More »

YG Entertainment addressed the Minzy situation, says it was just coincidence

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So people were freaking out when 2NE1‘s Minzy removed the ‘2NE1′ tags from her Instagram and Twitter, and with 2014 being what it is, CL going solo in America, and YG Entertainment announcing a new group, many understandably feared the worst. Well, YG Entertainment talked with TV Daily, basically saying that it was all a coincidence. The statement says that ... Read More »

CL set for US debut, Minzy removes ‘2NE1′ IDs from SNS, YGE to debut girl group

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Normally, the fact that CL is making a US debut would be noteworthy in itself, but it recently has another layer of drama added to it. Why? Because 2NE1‘s Minzy recently removed the ‘2NE1′ identification from her Instagram and Twitter, and YG Entertainment has apparently announced plans to debut their new girl group. All that movement has left fans reading ... Read More »

Luhan’s reps claim discrimination, health problems + reportedly earned ~$500,000

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As The SM Entertainment World Turns has been an entertaining show in 2014, and the case of EXO‘s Luhan is no exception. The latest news is that his representatives went into more specific details regarding his grievences, and reports have been released about his alleged income. Luhan’s representing attorney will be the same attorney who handled Kris’ case in May. ... Read More »

[Review] Jieun’s ’25’ is the risk of ‘trying something different’

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With “25”, TS Entertainment and Jieun attempt to branch out and give their resident lead vocalist something a little more “pop-py” than they have in the past. And while “25” is a departure from Jieun’s other solo efforts, it’s sadly not nearly as memorable. For better or worse, the best aspect of “25” is a delightful little Duble Sidekick horn ... Read More »