K-ENTERTAINMENT NEWS 

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon Voluntarily Appears to Police to Clear Name

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon and his legal advisor gave an update regarding the drug crime investigation.  According to lawyer Kim Soo Hyun of K1 Chamber LLP, G-Dragon hired a lawyer on October 30 and sent a letter expressing his willingness to voluntarily cooperate with the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency’s drug crime investigation. This is the official statement of the G-Dragon’s representative:  This is Kwon Ji Yong’s (G-Dragon’s) legal advisor, lawyer Kim Soo Hyun of K1 Chamber LLP. As we’ve already clarified, Kwon Ji Jong has never taken drugs. He took a step today…

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K-ENTERTAINMENT NEWS 

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon Finally Speaks Up About The Drug Allegations

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon officially breaks his silence regarding the drug allegations against him.  On October 27, G-Dragon’s legal representative Kim Soo Hyun from K-One Chamber Law Firm relayed the top singer’s official statement. This is Kwon Ji Yong. The accusations of drug use and the recent media reports about violating the Narcotics Control Act are untrue and unfounded. I have no connection to these allegations. Despite this, I acknowledged the public concern and I am willing to fully cooperate with the police investigations to address the issue thoroughly The police had…

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K-ENTERTAINMENT K-LIFESTYLE K-TRENDS 

K-Pop Idols Who Were Once A Trainee of SM Entertainment

Before becoming a successful artist in the K-Pop industry, many hardships and struggles will go along the way. They have probably thought that becoming a trainee in their dream company will be the path to stardom. Sadly, not everyone makes it to the cut. But rejection leads to redirection! Here are some of the most successful trainees who were once a SM Ent. trainee. Billlie Tsuki The idol who killed her performance due to her facial expressions and dancing, Tsuki of Billlie, was the only one out of 20,000 foreign…

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K-LIFESTYLE NEWS 

K-Pop Idols Who Spent The Longest Years in Training

We all know how the K-Pop industry works. An idol only gets to the stage once he/she passes through the bloody training program of entertainment companies. Others have it easy by going through just a few months of training while others have it longer than the group’s existence. Here are some of the K-Pop idols we look up to today who spent years to debut and reach the status they have right now. RED VELVET SEULGI The group’s lead dancer trained since 2007, even before SHINee, f(x), and EXO debuted.…

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