Kim Jong-Un calls K-pop ‘vicious cancer’

Attention Kim Jong-Un, they are coming for your government!Photo: The JNS / Imazins of Chosunilbo (Getty Images) North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un worries K-pop overthrow its totalitarian state by importing “clothes, hairstyles, speeches, behavior”. He is now calling for tougher penalties for young North Koreans who smuggle or consume South …

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BINI aims for gold

BINI’s debut single titled “Born to Win” is about courage, strength and determination. Fueled by their passion and dedication for excellence, BINI, together with BINI’s Korean partners, MU Doctor, aims not only to make captivating music, but also to instill an empowered mindset for young people in the world. ‘today. …

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Best album release date

On the occasion of their 8th anniversary, K-pop boy band BTS announced a special giveaway for Japanese AMRYs. Amid rumors of a surprise album on ‘ARMY Day’ on July 9, it is reported that BTS will be releasing their new Japanese album titled- BTS: the best for fans in June. …

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‘Takeshi’, ‘Timepass’ and Jaaved Jaaferi

Takeshi Castle was an extremely silly Japanese game show from the late 1980s, hosted by future filmmaker Takeshi ‘Beat’ Kitano, featuring a series of competitions that most often ended with participants in mud or water or in flat on the back. It seems an unlikely candidate for cult status in …

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Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans – or no fans at all

Kawasaki City Institute for Public Health Director General Nobuhiko Okabe speaks at a press conference after a panel discussion on COVID-19 countermeasures at the Tokyo 2020 Games in Tokyo, on Friday, June 11, 2021. A group of experts participated in a third roundtable discussion on COVID-19 proposed countermeasures for the …

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Artists explore pop music icons in two local shows

“The duty of an artist”, at the SMUSH gallery (340 Summit Ave.) until tomorrow. “Top Ten Hits” at the Novado Gallery (110 Morgan St.) continues throughout the month. Among other things, pop music is a form of visual art. It is seldom enough to create a melody that makes the …

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4 K-pop idols defying gender norms with style and sassy

When a musical genre like K-Pop transcends being simply the source of viral hits in the realm of liberating socio-cultural norms – you know it’s no longer a musical genre but a movement in itself. Even its harshest critics can’t deny K-pop’s astounding ability to shape important conversations about genre, …

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What the Korean eyeball collecting game can teach us

The 2020 lockdown has led many of us urban Indians to explore over-the-top (OTT) platforms. Netflix and Amazon Prime came into our lives with content that was foreign to most of us. I watched Oscar winner Parasite a few months ago, and marveled at the script and direction. My daughter …

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Bankrupt retailers emerge as a secret corner of the stock market

Investors looking for stock buying opportunities likely haven’t seen some of this year’s notable success stories. That’s because they’re lurking in an illiquid, old-fashioned market – and are traded through fixed income securities bureaus. Why is this important: After Chapter 11, many companies are left for dead by the wider …

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K-pop group Red Velvet will make a comeback in August

Red Velvet performs at the K-pop World Music Festival in Manila on June 9, 2019. ABS-CBN News / File Korean girl group Red Velvet is set to release new music in August, K-pop news site Soompi reported on Wednesday. SM Entertainment agency said the 5-member girl group “are preparing for …

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Best songs of 2021 so far

Believe it or not, 2021 is already about halfway. From an unorthodox Grammy award ceremony to tour announcements, the music industry seems to be slowly but steadily getting back on its feet. With brighter skies ahead, there’s no shortage of great music to help weather the storm. Below, we’ve rounded …

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Patrick J. Cahillane: the Hatfield party

Posted: 6/7/2021 17:13:28 PM The spirit of American grace was alive and well in Hatfield on Sunday May 30, even in the rain. Kudos to the Town of Hatfield and the Memorial Day Parade Committee who persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic to produce a beautiful hometown parade amidst a torrential …

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10 cool new pop songs: King Princess, CupcakKe

The 21-year-old Berlin artist has released a series of unique EPs and pieces since his 2017 project Damaged flight 1 first caused a sensation. Her latest, “Revolver,” is perhaps the most thrilling yet, with a thrilling production supporting the story of admiring a woman who is a little too daring …

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Kuwaiti singer aims for K-Pop gold with Spotify collaboration

Lisey’s Story: Stephen King’s Tale Screen Adaptation Might Leave You More Confused Than Frightened CHENNAI: American author Stephen King is famous for his dark horror stories and fans will be happy to hear that the legendary writer scripted the latest Apple + TV series, “Lisey’s Story”, based on his novel …

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LIGHTSUM K-Pop Girl Group Member Profiles Explored

In recent years, the world has seen a paradigm shift in the power to influence the masses from the hands of the West to those of the East. East Asia, in particular, has completely revolutionized the way we consume pop culture content. One country, in particular, stands out clearly from …

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What a long and strange journey it has been

As Sonoma County concert halls navigate the reopening of live music, there is a lot of anticipation, excitement, anxiety and just plain ENERGY! You have thousands of people SO eager to hear music live again and you have hundreds of musicians eager to come out and deliver it. I thought …

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Stray Kids takes crown in Mnet’s “Kingdom: Legendary War”

K-Pop Through Shai | June 5, 2021 The six competing groups fought for their place and dominated the stage with their legendary performances! The famous idol competition program aired its final episode and audiences were in awe to witness such magnificent production numbers. Kingdom: Legendary War Final Mnet’s famous K-pop …

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Hot Properties June 2021 | Projections

Programming profile Hot Properties Playlist for June 2021 06-02-2021 Change is in the air with the advent of June and the slow easing of Covid-19 restrictions in many territories, but some trends refuse to disappear from C21’s Hot Properties playlist for this month. Crime drama has been in vogue throughout …

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California task force launches study on slave reparations

FILE – In this file photo from June 11, 2020, then-MP Shirley Weber calls on lawmakers to create a task force to study and develop redress proposals for African Americans during the session of Assembly in Sacramento, California. A historic California committee to study reparations for African Americans meets for …

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Here’s where to go in June

We’ve endured a summer without a lot of live music in 2020, but the local music scene is coming back to life this season with bands booking concerts left and right across town. Get ready for singing, dancing, outdoors, happy hours, great food, shared camaraderie, and musical talent of all …

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Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2021 is about to be huge

Crunchyroll is one of the biggest (if not the greatest) source of anime on the internet and now they have revealed their next set of guests who will be attending this year’s Virtual Crunchyroll Expo event! These guests include Japanese rock band “Burnout Syndromes” (“Haikyu !!” and “Dr. STONE”), award-winning …

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‘Raindrops Keeps On Falling On My Head’ singer dead at 78

BJ Thomas, the Grammy-winning singer who has found success on the pop, country and gospel charts with hits such as “I Just Can’t Help Believing,” “The raindrops keep falling on my head“And” Hanging on to a feeling, “passed away. He was 78 years old. Thomas, who announced in March that …

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10 most eye-catching anime opening themes, ranked

Along with reviewing their favorite animated shows, most Otakus also have a list of original anime soundtracks and opening themes that they love to listen to over and over again. While some are enchanted by the melodies and lyrics of these overtures, others return to them to recall the memories …

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Ephemeral LA chefs, nomadic restaurants, post-COVID future

On Tuesday, the sisters behind Bungkus Bagus buy ingredients. On Wednesdays, they line their Glendale aisle with steel tables and spend hours chopping up chillies and garlic for their Balinese pop-up, while Thursdays are spent frying herbs, long beans and sambal goreng. On Fridays, Celene and Tara Carrara cut the …

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Lenny Tavarez drops debut solo album ‘Krack’: listen

Home to 14 tracks, including “La Neta”, “A Cien” and the main track “Lo Tengo Todo”, the ensemble includes collaborations with Nicky Jam, Rauw Alejandro, Zion & Lennox and Natanael Cano, to name a few. some. Although Tavarez released the singles sporadically and in groups, the album was almost five …

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Boy groups thrive on content in hearing programs

Boy group The Boyz participates in Mnet’s “Kingdom: Legendary War” audition program. [MNET] BTS’s worldwide success paved the way for other K-pop groups, but also set incredibly high standards. So-called fourth-generation acts, or acts that debuted after BTS in 2013 or have at least three years of industry experience, such …

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K-pop star collaboration kicks off on Wednesday

McDonald’s New Celebrity Collaboration is here for a limited time. Less than a week after BTS released their new English single “Butter”, K-pop superstars’ BTS meal arrives Wednesday at McDonald’s restaurants in the United States, Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries. The meal includes a 10-piece McNuggets Chicken, medium fries, …

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YCK district continues to grow

Small bars around Sydney Streets in York, Clarence and Kent continue to give the newly launched neighborhood a boost, launching Night Over Light; a series of 76 events in 15 bars as part of this year’s all-new Sydney Solstice celebration. From June 8 to 20, the YCK District aims to …

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Where to eat at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

From appalling airport traffic to ineffective security lines and unforeseen delays, getting around can be a real headache. The past year and more has strongly affected travel and dining in Los Angeles and beyond. Amid the pandemic, LAX was busy with construction and renovations, which means significant changes in the …

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