K-Entertainment 

K-Pop Groups Whose Contracts Will Expire in 2022

In 2022, several famous k-pop groups’ contracts will expire. They mostly have 5-7 years contract with their agencies. In K-Pop, there are many factors why a group doesn’t renew their contracts with the agency. It doesn’t matter if they’re successful or not. But the reasons are not usually stated to the public. Some groups don’t renew contracts with their current agencies but made a way for the members to still promote as a group. Some groups continue to work together and renew their contract due to their trust and loyalty…

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K-Entertainment K-Events K-Trends 

K-Pop Songs You Didn’t Know Were Remakes

If you have been listening to K-Pop for years, you might not know that some of them are remakes! Hits from the 80s, 90s Korean stars often get a remake from the newer artists. As K-Pop receives attention globally, some of your favorite songs are a remake from western artists. Here are some of them: J-Hope’s Chicken Noodle Soup Original: Webstar, Young B Remake: VAV’s Senorita Original: Kay One feat. Pietro Lombardi Remake: aespa’s Next Level Original: A$ton Wyld Remake: TOO’s Dancing in the moonlight Original: King Harvest Remake: Joy’s…

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K-Trends 

K-Pop Groups That Took Years to Receive a Music Show Win

In the K-Pop industry, a music show win is a synonym for success. However, several K-Pop groups took them years and were able to hold fan meetings or concerts outside Korea before they achieved what so-called “success.” Here’s the list of K-Pop stars who took the longest to become no.1 on music shows’ chart. EXIDWhen Hani’s solo fancam went viral, the group’s success was unstoppable. “Up & Down” gave them their first win on M! Countdown, 1,057 days after their debut. BRAVE GIRLS They received their first music show win…

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News 

K-Pop Songs You Can Listen to this Spring

Spring is just around the corner! With your timeline and feed turning into a pink haven, there’s no excuse for you to update your playlist as the new season unfolds. Spring is the perfect time to listen to these K-Pop hits well-loved by Koreans and international fans. Here are some of the bright and cheerful tunes to welcome a new beginning.  “Not Spring, Love, or Chery Blossoms” – HIGH4, IU  “Nonstop” – Oh My Girl “Spring Love” – Eric Nam and Red Velvet’s Wendy “Cherry Blossom Ending” – Busker Busker…

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