July 9th, 2019


"Law of the Jungle" faces backlash


SBS' survival TV show "Law of the Jungle" has been facing a backlash from local viewers after media reports that actress Lee Yeol-eum was charged in Thailand for catching and eating endangered giant clams while shooting the show.

The controversy erupted days after the June 29 episode aired last week. The reality show featured actress Lee capturing the endangered giant clams and eating them with fellow cast members in Thailand's Hat Chao Mai National Park.

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source: The Korea Times
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PENTAGON - Reveal Tracklist for their new Mini SUM(ME:R)

Members Worked on:
01. Hui
02. Hui and Wooseok
03. Jinho and Wooseok
04. All Members

Giriboy worked on tracks 1 and 2.

source: @CUBE_PTG

Korean Man Accused Of Abusing Vietnamese Wife Says ‘All Men Are The Same’

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A Korean man in police custody for assaulting his Vietnamese wife told reporters on Monday that he believes “other men are the same.”

“Things began weighing on my mind since (my wife and I) speak different languages, and so we think differently. But I believe other men are the same,” he told the press, adding that he hopes such circumstances are taken into consideration.

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Source: Korea Herald
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Final KCON LA Artist Announcement: Seventeen, SF9, Loona, N.Flying, Fromis_9 and Itzy

Final artist batch consist of Seventeen, SF9, Loona, N:Flying, fromis_9 and Itzy. They join Stray Kids, Mamamoo, Chungha, Momoland, ONEUS, Ateez, Nu'est, Ab6ix, Everglow (hoping they'll figure out their visa situation till then), Verivery and IZ*ONE.

source: @kconusa
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Tidal 2.0? Big Hit and Netmarble team up on new music-streaming platform

BTS likely to release new songs exclusively for the platform

Big Hit Entertainment, the mastermind behind global sensation BTS, and the nation’s No. 1 mobile game developer, Netmarble, have joined hands to launch a brand-new music-streaming platform, multiple sources said Tuesday.

Even though the new platform may not be solely dedicated to BTS, sources say, the septet is highly likely to release some new songs exclusively for the platform.

“The two firms have started development work as a venture project. The platform is targeting global users around the world,” a Big Hit investor told The Korea Herald on condition of anonymity.

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source: koreaherald, kpop_herald

Is this a good move for BTS?