Uploaded on her YouTube channel "Wayland," a video presents an interview with Way, where questions are asked to the singer. One of the questions she answered was about the difference between the income from an idol group and YouTube.
This past August, it was announced that Mina had been diagnosed with anxiety disorder and that her participation in activities must be decided based on the objective condition of her health. Because of this, she was unable to be with the group in holding concerts for their "TWICELIGHTS" world tour.
All four members of BLACKPINK have a huge fan base. This is because of their talent and fun personalities. Each member has something unique to offer that makes BLACKPINK shines like no other girl group in K-Pop.
There are a lot of things that Red Velvet does that is so relatable to all of us. Below is the list of things that caught everyone's attention.
ITZY just disclosed the schedule sheet and cities of their first-ever world showcase tour. Just less than a year after they debuted, the rookie group is slated to tour to various regions - 11 cities in total - later this fall to give their fans across the globe a "grand introduction" of what ITZY is and what they can offer.
Dreamcatcher debuted in Japan last November. They immediately established themselves using their unique "nightmare" concept. They have an intense rock sound which is not common with other Korean girl groups. Each member is in charge of in particular nightmare such as "dream of being chased by someone" or "dream of being wounded". The Beginning Of The End will lead you to the end of the nightmare story.
During the recent BLACKPINK's "Private Stage" concert, where the quartet performed solo and group stage numbers, Jennie played the guitar for the very first time. Not only did she surprise the Blinks with this once hidden capability, but she also sang soulfully the hit romantic song by Daniel Caesar and H.E.R., "Best Part."
In the YouTube page called Xiaomanyc (小馬在紐約), a site run by a woman residing in the U.S., brought a snap of each of the six Taiwanese girls as she strolls along the streets of New York and to ask around who the citizens think is the prettiest of them all.
The BRIT Awards revealed the new artists and their song, that have been certified, and that is none other than the collaboration song of BLACKPINK and Dua Lipa, titled "Kiss and Make Up." The single earned an official silver certification from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI).
Sandara Park shared a post along with a photo of herself and Bom on her personal Twitter expressing her sadness over the cancellation of RAMF 2019 K-Pop Super Concert in Manila that was supposed to happen the day after. Both she and Park Bom were one of the performers for the said event, alongside other artists such as boy groups Winner and AB6IX, girl groups Oh My Girl and MAMAMOO, Filipino-American K-Pop star Kriesha Chu.
LABOUM is coming back with their first-ever studio album. Each member had contributed and helped in producing the songs in their comeback album "Two of Us." The album features self-written solo tracks from all the members and the title track "Firework". The LABOUM members explained in a recent interview with SPOTV News, the process of participating in the production of their first-ever studio album.
An episode of the survival show is the continuation of the cover battle of the competing girl groups, which started with performances by MAMAMOO, Park Bom, and AOA last week. For this week's broadcast, remaining teams, Oh My Girl, Lovelyz, and (G)I-DLE showcased their renditions of girl group hits.
Girl group vocalists heat up on tvN's Chuseok special "V-1"! 12 finalists faced off in one-on-one match last September 13 premiere. On the September 13 premiere, the 12 finalists competed in one-on-one matches. Gugudan's Nayoung was the first person to arrive. She said that she thought she would see WJSN's Yeonjung and Weki Meki's Yoojung here.
Mina's individual video teaser has been revealed. She can be seen sporting fancy outfit adorned with sparkles and glitters as she gives a meaningful stare at the camera.
Park Bom showed a little bit of 2NE1 on stage! In the episode of "Queendom," female groups went up against each other in the second battle with cover performances.
MLD Entertainment, the group's agency, released an official statement announcing that Momoland's earnings which will be collected from the upcoming concert "Good Friends in Manila" will be given away to the needy children living in two barangays in Antipolo City - Barangay San Jose and Barangay Calawis. It is said that the money will be used to buy the kids new clothes and other necessities.
Rookie girl group IZ*ONE finally released their much-anticipated music video for their third Japanese single, Vampire. In the official video, the 12 ladies look dashing and transform into beautiful vampires as they all bare their fangs.
In the preview of the approaching episode, singer and veteran idol Park Bom received a special gift from the rookie girl group (G)I-DLE during their meet-up to learn about each other's styles when it comes to performing. The former 2NE1 member and the sextet are slated to perform a song from another group. Thus, they decided to meet up and discuss this.
The music video displays Nicole's stunning and unchanging visuals as she walks on the shore and wades in the water. The MV takes us back to summer days as it shows magnificent views of the ocean as well as the limestone rocks and cliffs while Nicole sings about being champions and enjoying herself on the beach. In addition, the song is composed in English.