December 27th, 2018

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SHINee’s Jonghyun And Onew Top Gaon’s Weekly Album Chart

SHINee’s Jonghyun and Onew topped the week’s album chart recording physical album shipments. Jonghyun’s “Poet | Artist” rose 56 spots to No. 1, while Onew’s “VOICE” rose six spots to take No. 2.

“The Only” by The Boyz, “Mark” by BTOB’s Changsub, and “Love Yourself: Answer” by BTS round up the top five. BEN’s “180 Degree” remained on top of the digital chart and streaming chart, with Song Mino’s “Fiancé” at No. 2 on both charts. On the download chart, WINNER’s “Millions” made a strong debut at No. 1, and Heize’s “First Sight” rose five spots to take No. 2.

source: @soompi, gaonchart, soompi

Son Seung Won Under Investigation For Driving Under The Influence Without A License

Actor Son Seung Won is currently under investigation for driving under the influence without a license.

According to the Gangnam Police Station, “Investigation is currently under way for the car accident instigated by Son Seung Won, who was driving under the influence without a license. However, we cannot reveal specifics as the investigation is ongoing.”

They stated that at 4:20 a.m. KST on December 26, Son Seung Won was involved in a car accident in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul. At the time of the accident, the actor had a blood alcohol content of 0.206 percent, which would get his license canceled. However, it has been revealed that Son Seung Won’s driver’s license was already canceled at the time of the accident, being canceled on November 18 as he had been caught drunk driving in September. Son Seung Won is said to have instigated the accident, crashing his car into a different car.

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source:  soompi, naver 1, 2, tvreport, newsen
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Dagestan Cancels Premiere of BTS' Love Yourself Movie Over Warnings of Homosexuality

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Makhachkala, the capital city of Russia’s majority Muslim republic of Dagestan, has canceled the premiere of South Korean boy band BTS’ concert movie over warnings against the “Korean homosexuals.”

BTS, a seven-member group also known as the Bangtan Boys, has gained a worldwide following since 2013, winning over fans across continents and helping popularize a music genre further afield from Asia. Their concert documentary “BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul” premiers worldwide next month, including in scores of Russian cities on Jan. 26. The film follows the group’s November hit, “Burn the Stage: The Movie,” which “set global cinema alight,” writes the Variety entertainment weekly.

A major movie theater in Makhachkala, however, canceled tickets sales to the new BTS movie one day after its launch, the Kommersant business daily reports.

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Article source: The Moscow Times
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