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Amid the tension between C-Netz and K-Netz following Chinese K-pop idols ban petition, some Chinese internet users claimed that the whole "K-POP" is plagiarized from China, particularly from their nursery rhymes and pop songs.
Vietnamese singers Anh Rong & Hoon are under fire for allegedly plagiarizing BTS's hit single "Life Goes On."
One of the songs from ITZY's new album "Guess Who," "SHOOT," is being accused of plagiarizing a Chinese singer's song. Keep on reading for all the details.
After TXT was accused of plagiarizing Burberry's Nov. 2020 ad, the Burberry advertisement's director commented on the situation.
South Korean singer Owlpemy is under fire for allegedly plagiarizing SHINee's 2015 release, "View." Keep on reading to learn more.
A user on an online community forum shared photos of a Chinese program and compared the similarity to the performance to the ones THE BOYZ did for the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMAs) in 2020. Keep on reading to learn more.
On Mar. 8, two EXO members had their works allegedly plagiarized by celebrities. Baekhyun's album cover was allegedly copied by a Chinese actress, while Lay's music video is said to have been copied by an Indonesian rapper.
Some of the lyrics in Oh My Girl YooA's "Bon Voyage" was discovered in an essay of a high school student that was declared a winning piece in a certain contest. Keep on reading to know more.
SM Entertainment has finally addressed the controversy over the similarities between aespa's "Black Mamba" music video and other works.
Did Korean netizens find the company's art director's Pinterest account that proves SM Entertainment plagiarized?
On October 6, 2020, VYVRL Originals dropped the song "Hum Tum", allegedly composed by Sukriti Kalar, Prakriti Kalar, and Lost Stories, with lyrics written by MellowD. However, upon analyzing the track, ARMYs are claiming the song is a rip-off of BTS's song "Airplane Pt.2".
A Chinese game show is accused of using ideas from popular SBS program "Running Man"