BTS are the biggest names in K-pop - and they continue to go from strength to strength. After becoming the first K-pop band to top the US album charts in 2018, the seven-member boy band went on to conquer the world, propelled by the support of their devoted Army fan club.
The group’s label said RM, Jimin, V and Jung Kook are set to soon begin their mandatory military service.
BTS’ J-Hope will not be allowed to take part in the cooking competition, which celebrates culinary talent among the South Korean, US and Singaporean militaries
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Potential military service exemption for gamers representing South Korea at the Asian Games has reignited a controversial issue.
The South Korean band announced a ‘hiatus’ from group activities last year and 2 members are currently undertaking 18 months of military duty
Legions of fans have this week been celebrating the ‘birthday’ of Japan’s best known Vocaloid – a computer-synthesised singing voice software that comes with a virtual avatar.
BTS’ Jungkook, who turns 26 today, has received well wishes from fans around the world, who have paid for birthday ads on buildings, buses and subway stations to celebrate with the singer.
From the first solo album by V of BTS to the debut of Riize and a new album by rookie group Boynextdoor, the K-pop music releases to look out for in September.
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Winter of aespa girl group, has been targeted, as have staff at SM Entertainment, home to a number of K-pop acts including boy band NCT.
Touring musical superstars such as Taylor Swift, Beyonce, BTS and Blackpink are aiding the growth of music tourism, when people combine seeing their idols perform with tourist attractions and shopping.
This July, a number of Asian celebrities have joined luxury brands as new ambassadors – from BTS’ V for Cartier and Hyunjin for Versace, to Esther Yu for Moschino
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Hybe’s Japanese boy band &Team are hoping to make fans in South Korea, and around the world, with the launch of their second mini-album.
About 150,000 of the K-Pop boy band’s loyal fanbase, known as ‘ARMY’, wandered among exhibits and danced under trees at Han River Park on Saturday as hit songs played in the background.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of BTS, immersive exhibition Proof, about the rise of the K-pop kings, opens in Hong Kong on June 16.
The lights will provide the backdrop for social media-driven events marking the 2013 debut of the seven-member group, which is now on a hiatus.
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As K-pop superstars BTS are forced to weather a challenging period, group member Suga talks about the strong bond among the ‘family’, following the release of his debut solo album D-Day.
The singer urged obsessive fans who have found his home address to refrain from delivering meals to his residence.
BTS member Suga’s new album ‘D-Day’ and Blackpink’s recent Coachella performances highlight how K-pop acts are increasingly drawing inspiration from traditional Korean culture.
Kimberlee Ang gifted Nur ‘hard to get’ standing pen tickets for the June event after high prices left the K-pop fan disappointed.
Hybe chairman Bang Si-hyuk said making the singers serve in the South Korean military has led to decline in global ratings and album sales.
Korean is one of fastest-growing languages in world, sometimes ahead of Mandarin; ‘enjoying Korean drama, movies, K-pop might be a way people cope with stressful lives’.
Milan Fashion Week drew in the crowds for reasons beyond the runway – as fans went crazy to get a peek of their favourite K-pop idols in attendance
New reality-TV show Jinny’s Kitchen on Amazon Prime, which follows Korean celebrities as they attempt to run a Korean restaurant abroad, left V from BTS with ‘unforgettable memories’.
The coffee – shots of espresso served over ice, topped up with water – has become the country’s South unofficial national drink.