March 18th, 2021

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STAYC Releasing First Comeback In April

Rookie girl group STAYC is making their first comeback!

On March 18, HIGH-UP Entertainment revealed in a call with TopStarNews, “STAYC will make their comeback in April, and they have finished filming their music video.”

STAYC is a group produced by Black Eyed Pilseung, a famous duo known for producing hit songs for girl groups like TWICE, Apink, and SISTAR. STAYC made their debut last November with their first single album “Star To A Young Culture” and title track “SO BAD.”

What kind of song would you like to see STAYC return with?

Source: U.Kim at Soompi

STAYC was voted The Best/Favorite Debut For 2020 on Omona, looking forward to their first comeback! Q2 for kpop is already picking up for the slow Q1.

M Countdown 210318 (Ep. 702)

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Sources: @OfficialMwave | Mnet K-POP

Behind the Scenes of "Love Alarm Season 2" Featurette

LOVE ALARM’s Kim So-hyun, Jung Ga-ram, and Song Kang get introspective and reflect on the growth of their characters through this journey that feels just like coming home. Plus, hear from director Kim Jin-woo as he shares about all the hijinks this dynamic trio gets up to behind the scenes and how their playful charms not only help each other shine brighter but also bring positive energy to the rest of the crew ✨

source: The Swoon

Kwon Na-ra to join Lee Jin-wook and Lee Joon in fantasy series "'The Immortal"

Actress Kwon Na-ra has been confirmed in the lead role in tvN's upcoming TV fantasy series "The Immortal."

The actress's agency A-MAN Project announced Wednesday that she will be playing the character Min Sang-woon, an immortal who becomes a human.

"Kwon Na-ra is now studying the script and getting herself into the role to begin shooting," it said.

"The Immortal" is one of the much-anticipated works under production, as it will be led by director Jang Young-woo, who is known for helming several hit TV series such as tvN's period romance "Mr. Sunshine" and Netflix's action fantasy "Sweet Home."

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source: The Korea Times

KBS responds to calls for Park Hye-soo's removal from "Dear. M"

State-run broadcaster KBS has responded to a recent online petition calling for actress Park Hye-soo to be removed from the cast of "Dear. M" following her bullying scandal.

The petition, which was started on March 4, attracted over 4,200 signatures in less than two weeks.

"The following (bullying) issue is still in dispute and is still under police investigation," the broadcaster's chief producer, Cho Hyun-ah, wrote on KBS' petition website Tuesday. "So KBS has postponed the airing of the series, and has decided to objectively monitor the process."

Adding that it may even reshoot the series with a new cast, the producer said the broadcaster will take all measures accordingly for a fair outcome of the investigation.

KBS' statement came about 16 days after it decided on Feb. 24 to postpone "Dear. M," just two days before it was supposed to go on air.

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source: The Korea Times