While the world should start bracing itself for a nasty Star Wars: The Force Awakens hangover, it isn’t. Korean pop fans, included.
The Korean pop group Sistar has a smash hit on their hands with “Shake It.” The YouTube video has racked up over five million views. Congrats on that! Ditto for the Attack on Titan comparisons. Wait. What?
The group Exo has racked up a staggering 18 million views for their latest video. It’s not even a month old! No wonder the group has a rabid fan base. It also has some terrific fan doodles.
Phew! With all that Stan Lee has already done, you were probably wondering when he was going to appear in a Kpop video. Well, at the tender age of 92, it's happened.
This is Pritz. They're a South Korea pop group. And during a recent performance at a horse track, they wore outfits that drew comparisons to Nazi uniforms.
Two women were arrested this week in South Korea over an alleged attempt to extort five million dollars from G.I. Joe actor Lee Byung-hun. One of the women, it seems, is a K-pop singer.
Several of Korea's hottest musical acts are coming under fire for sexually charged performances. And they're essentially being told, hey, knock off the sexy!
Last month, Korean pop group Sistar transformed into "Sailor Star" for a commercial to promote online Korean shopping site 11st. Some aren't happy about that!
Today, December 2, 12/2, is just a regular day in the world—except for traffic police in China. Today, the numbers correlate with the phone number for Chinese traffic police, 122, and because of that the fine traffic cops of Huizhou city in Guangdong province have released a nifty music video.
Popular Korean group Crayon Pop gets flak for its alleged costume knocks-offs. And now some are wondering if the group's newest single, "Lonely Christmas," doesn't rip off the theme song for anime Lupin III.
As far as South Korean boy bands go, Super Junior is about as big as they come. And if their music wasn't enough to win you over, have you seen their cosplay? Their airport cosplay, that is.
And here's proof: footage from Tudou of Attack on Titan cosplayers reenacting Shinhwa's music video for the song 'This Love.'' Or, more plainly, the characters of Attack on Titan pretending they're in a South Korean boy band.