As years fly past, more idol groups have resorted to disbandment. In 2017 alone, about 13 groups went their separate ways to continue as soloists, actresses, actors or leaving the entertainment industry.
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
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?
In 2012, over 100 new groups debuted, marking the rise of rookie group debuts. Yes, over 100 groups. No, many of them haven’t survived. The girl groups who have debuted post-2012 are unable to climb the wall of popularity because they come from small companies. There are, though, surprise success
So August has been and gone and a number of you are facing down your returns to varying levels of school after the summer. Let's take a moment to recognise some of the unmissable Korean tracks released in August!
As usual, I couldn't even fit all my faves in, so if
Artists everywhere are always looking for ways to increase their revenue streams and in places with increasingly crowded music markets, this is especially important. A simple (in theory) way to do so is to increase your audience. Of course, without being able to create new human beings at will, you
What is netizen? Why do people keep on mentioning about them in forums? Do they annoy others? Do others annoy them? HUH?
Alright. This, particular term has been buzzing all over your net for as long as you can remember, a term well known for forum users. Whether if you like it