On May 17, a hot topic in an online Korean community site created discussion between fans, talking about the K-pop groups which are approaching a contract expiration months or a few years from now.
Having read Wikitree's latest article, WINNER Song Mino united supporters are both eased but extremely upset too. Previously, in the middle of a huge of the COVID-19 disease outbreak, Dispatch disclosed that Mino played at a nightclub in Gangwon Province.
Following the "Itaewon Club" controversy of former KARA member Park Gyuri and the live performance of WINNER's Song Mino in an alleged club in Gangwon-do, netizens are discussing the reports that idols coming from top K-pop groups went to an Itaewon bar as well amidst the resurgent of coronavirus pandemic in South Korea.
Following Dispatch's news about WINNER's Song Mino that he was spotted putting on an improvised live music performance at a club in Gangwon-do's Yangyanggun, a YG Entertainment spokesperson released an official statement.
Despite the global popularity of K-pop, some netizens remain skeptical about the talent and skills of K-pop groups and artists due to the advanced technology that can potentially fix an artist's flaws, particularly in terms of vocal prowess.
Every idol group has a distinct concept which they are known for, or a concept that identifies them as a group. A Korean fan then listed 12 K-pop groups with different pictures that, for them, accurately represents the group's usual image or concept.
On April 6, WINNER's leader Kang Seung Yoon and Song Mino guested at the radio broadcast of KBS Cool FM "Jung Eun Ji's Song Plaza" in Yeouido, Seoul. Seung Yoon turned heads with his stylish all-black OOTD.
On April 6, WINNER's Song Mino and leader Kang Seung Yoon guested at KBS Cool FM's "Jung Eun Ji's Song Plaza" in Seoul where they had fun talking about their personalities. Mino also showed up dressed in a stylish bartender-inspired outfit.
A range of K-pop artists will be coming back, making their debuts or making new releases in April! Here are the artists you should anticipate this month.
WINNER’S Kim Jin Woo is all set for his military enlistment. On April 2, the K-pop idol met the press outside the Nonsan Military New Recruit Training Center before his two-week basic training.
Despite the age-old rivalry amongst celebrity rappers and hip-hop artists, online users debated which idol rappers could theoretically qualify as hip hop rappers.
WINNER's Kim Jin Woo took to their official fan club website to tell the Inner Circle that he is going to enlist in the military soon. Born in 1991, Jinu is his band's oldest member and is the first to join the army.
WINNER's new song "Hold" is getting the best response as it tops several music charts upon its release. A video of their music video production was also released.
KPOP idol Jin-Woo will certainly break a lot of hearts as he confirms his enlistment through a letter. WINNER’s Jin Woo confirmed that he is finally fulfilling his duty as a citizen of South Korea.
WINNER just released the music video teaser for Hold. In the sitcom-like video, Kang Seung-yoon, Kim Jin-woo, Song Min-ho, Lee Seung-hoon and AKMU's Soo-hyun are adorable siblings.
On the 24th, YG Entertainment posted WINNER's music video teaser for their new single "Hold" on its official blog.
WINNER will release their new full album "Remember" on April 9, while their single "Hold" will be pre-released on March 26. A wave of nostalgia can be felt as the members are also dressed in a retro style in the teaser image, coinciding with the old-school concept.
Former 2NE1 member Sandara expressed gratitude to WINNER's Jin Woo on her Instagram account for showing his support to her upcoming musical. The K-pop idol sent a delectable lunch for Sandara and her team in 'Another Miss Oh', along with an encouragement banner to whom he calls his 'noona'.
BLACKPINK's Jennie visited Song Min-ho's painting exhibit. Song Min-ho is a member of the Korean group WINNER.