Japanese girls selected the most beautiful female K-pop idols on Ranking.Net. Want to know who made the top rankings? Then keep on reading!
SEVENTEEN has officially dropped their new Japanese single, "Hitori Janai"!
SEVENTEEN has dropped the music video for their new Japanese song "Hitori Janai."
SEVENTEEN gave a quick look of the music video for "Hitori Janai" through a video teaser.
BTS has released the Japanese OST "Film Out," which is now their first-ever song to be No. 1 on iTunes Japan.
BTS V's favorite book, "I'm home but I still want to go home," was recently published in Japan, and the book became the No. 1 bestseller on Amazon Japan after three days.
Japanese entertainment magazine PGR21 released a list titled "Japanese Teenage Girls Select The Most Handsome K-Pop Boys, Ranked." There, they listed the results of the poll taken by Japanese teens to select the most popular male idols in the country are. Keep on reading to learn who made it to the top 20.
A Japanese band called Kobukuro recently released the special version of the music video for their single, "Graduation," and TWICE's Sana stars in the MV.
[TW/CW] Former SM Entertainment trainee and YouTuber Fukuhara Mone claims that Red Velvet member Irene bullied her during their trainee days.
As more foreigners come to Korea to pursue their dream to debut as a K-pop idol, there has been a notable increase of Japanese idols making their debuts. Here are 14 Japanese idols who are killing the game right now.
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Taemin Gets Personal With Japanese Fans In 'Flame of Love
BIGBANG's DVD of its Japanese dome tour "BIGBANG10 THE CONCERT: 0.TO.10 -THE FINAL-" peaked on Japan's biggest music ranking chart Oricon Style.
On January 12th SBS confirmed that BigBang will have their last performance for MADE through Inkigyo this week.
In 2015, CLC is a South Korean girl group formed by Cube Entertainment. There are seven members in the group which includes Seunghee, Yujin, Seungyeon, Sorn, Yeeun, Elkie and Eunbin.
The "Sadako vs. Kayako" crossover movie is coming soon.