Wonho will be releasing the second part of his first solo album this month! Check out the details here.
While many K-pop groups released chart-topping songs in 2020, we cannot forget the soloists who also made their mark on the music industry. Genius Korea named their top male solo artists of 2020. Keep on reading to see who they chose.
Now that 2020 has come and gone, let us take a look at the amazing musical releases that came out that year. Genius Korea released their "Year-End Genius Korea Chart" and selected their top EPs (extended plays) for the year.
DAZED released their "40 Best K-Pop Songs of 2020" list. Many names, both big and small, made the list this year. Keep on reading to see which songs released this year made the list.
These K-pop idols who received so much hate from K-netizens due to backlash and issues, but they completely turned the table by proving their innocence and came back in the entertainment industry with a powerful and re-branded image that made everyone amazed for standing up on their own.
Wonho, who recently made his successful solo debut this September with the EP “Love Synonym Pt.1: Right for Me,” has officially launched a Youtube channel!
No matter the time or age, piercings have always been a go-to fashion choice to spice things up, add a little chicness and edge to a look. While not all idols have real piercings, instead, they opt for temporary ornamentation that gives off the illusion of a piercing. Real or not, the aesthetic is perfectly immaculate.
Many K-pop fans had confessed how idols and their music saved them, as well as their contents as a group and interactions to fans that make their days complete. However, just like any other relationships, fans with their idols are not exempted from experiencing sad and unfortunate events that will break your heart.
It has been announced on September 9, Wednesday, that Wonho will be performing his first global pay-per-view performance. The event is produced by LiveXLive Media, a global platform for the live stream and on-demand audio, video, and podcast content in music, comedy, and pop culture. This is his first-ever live solo event and debut performance for his first solo album, "Love Synonym #1 : Right For Me". The concert is scheduled for September 26, Saturday at 8 PM PT or 11 PM EST, or on Sunday, September 27th, at 1 PM KST.
Han Seo Hee, who is known as the "nightmare" for K-pop fans, is a former K-pop idol trainee who was supposed to debut in 2018. However, she was not able to debut still and became an infamous YouTuber who "spills some tea" about the alleged real situation in the K-pop industry. These male idols' careers were ruined and were almost ruined due to the accusations of the notorious personality.
For various reasons, idols have had to say goodbye to their dream as singers and dancers. Here's a list of members who had to leave their groups, either by will or some unexpected reason.
Wonho released the first concept photo for his album, featuring his chic charms. On the 23rd, Highline Entertainment dropped the image of the singer's solo debut album "Love Synonym #1: Right for Me" through the official SNS channel.
Back in 2017, MONSTA X member Shownu guested on the show "Video Star." As the idol is known for his incredible frame, muscular body, and drive for working out, the panel decided to ask to name three people who had the best physiques in the K-Pop industry. Curious to hear his choices? Check it out here!
Fans are in tears watching former MONSTA X member Wonho's solo music video for his pre-release song "Losing You." The music video marks Wonho's return to the music industry.
According to numerous media outlet reports on July 22, Wednesday, former MONSTA X member Wonho is prepaing to make his solo debut, scheduled to be released by the end of 2020.
Wonho is now officially part of U.S. label, Maverick Management! The former MONSTA X member has signed a contract with Maverick Manegement, as per the tweet of the company on its official account on May 6.
Wonho, former MONSTA X member, is ready to venture into a solo career after signing with Highline Entertainment. In a statement, the agency said, "Wonho, who has shown his talent in writing, composing and producing based on his attractive mask and distinctive voice, will start anew as a solo artist and producer."
MONSTA X's Hyungwon wrote a lengthy apology to fans on March 22. This was after OT6 MONBEBEs criticized him and his members for recently meeting with Wonho, former MONSTA X member, for a meal.
Starship Entertainment released an official statement about their artist, Wonho. The former Monsta X member was involved in a drug scandal that led him to leave his band late last year but the allegations were dismissed just recently, declaring him innocent of charges.