K-Entertainment 

K-Pop English Releases in 2021

It’s not new anymore in the K-Pop industry that songs of an idol or group have a different language version (English, Japanese, Chinese, etc.) We are blessed with several K-pop English bops this year that we can’t help but share with you. Also, if you’re having a hard time singing in Korean, you might like these songs. Here are some of the K-pop English songs released this year:   TWICE – The Feels    EXO’s D.O. – Rose   MONSTA X – One Day   BLACKPINK ROSÉ – On The…

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K-Entertainment K-Trends 

NCT And their Endless Subunits

It might be hard for a newbie NCTzen to comprehend all the subunits and the concept of the group itself. Here’s a quick guide for SM Entertainment’s largest boy group to date. The entertainment debuted the group in 2016 explaining the “unlimited” number of members within the group who would go on to debut in subsequent units. In the same year subunits, NCT U, 127, Dream were launched and in 2019 a Chinese sub-unit debuted called WayV. NCT U NCT’s first unit, “U” standing for United. Originally consisted of Taeil,…

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K-Entertainment News 

Confirmed K-Pop Releases in March 2021

Here’s the list of K-Pop acts releasing new music in March 2021: ATEEZ (March 1) Verivery (March 2) MC MONG (March 2) RAIN (March 3) iKON (March 3) WayV (March 10) GHOST9 (March 11) WOODZ (March 15) Pentagon (March 15) Super Junior (March 16) JESSI (March 17) Weeekly (March 17) MIRAE (March 17) BLACKPINK Rosé (March – no confirmed date yet) Winner Kang Seung Yoon (March – no confirmed date yet) IU (March – no confirmed date yet)

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