A sexual harassment accusation against a K-pop star named Woo led to Woojin’s online denial and a later threat of legal action from his ‘label’ 10X Entertainment. Enraged Twitter users say the label is a fake.
Asian artists like Jay Park, Rich Brian and Yuna have voiced their support on Instagram and Twitter for the Black Lives Matter campaign in the US, and have donated funds to help raise awareness.
The search for the next BTS starts next month with the launch of I-Land, the latest K-pop idol survival show. Celebrities Rain and Zico have been announced as mentors.
Already huge on YouTube and TikTok, Chinese-Australian social media sensation Wengie talks about her music ambitions, working with Minnie from K-pop girl group (G)I-dle, her viral ‘Learn to Meow’ remix and progressing as an artist.
Seven bands that haven’t quite hit the big time face off for a second chance at stardom in reality-TV show Road to Kingdom, modelled on the huge success of 2019 show Queendom, for girl groups making a comeback.
Monsta X’s label mates Cravity debuted this week, and their music video has already racked up four million hits. Their debut EP topped the US iTunes K-pop chart within two days.
K-pop star upset some internet users in China with her strict, no-nonsense mentoring on Chinese talent TV show Youth With You. The Blackpink singer was praised by others for her professionalism and how she helped contestants.
Are you already looking forward to your next K-drama fix after Itaewon Class? Here are five new and upcoming series that might just be your next big obsession
The coronavirus pandemic has Korean stars dealing with being stuck in their homes. Here is how they are making the most of their isolation, from Twice making specialist coffee to Onewe putting on a free concert in their practice room.