Throughout the history of K-Pop, various groups have been known to add new members to their existing line-up to adapt to the demands of the K-Pop industry. But how does adding new members fare for the groups that have done so? Does it bring more recognition and success? With their
I was taking a casual stroll through OneHallyu's forums the other day and something of such dire urgency cropped up. It is exactly the reason, this blog, along with other less important issues that have arisen between the two parties of OneHallyu and OneHallyu Blog, that we have officially announced
Mamamoo faced immense backlash from international fans for incorporating blackface/brownface in their cover of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk at their recent concert. But then, in a rare move, RBW and Mamamoo swiftly issued an apology that does acknowledge the issue at hand. So what does this mean? Several comments left by South Koreans
T-ara is back, now with more juicy news and revelations after years of nothing but hatred and injustice. T-ara's bullying scandal remains as one of the biggest, most shocking controversy in the South Korean entertainment industry. Will something this big and volatile find a conclusion? Are we done with them yet?