On March 23, American BTS fans had quite the scare as they were waiting for the opening night of BTS's 2017 The Wing Tour Concert (Live Trilogy Episode lll). As they waited to welcome the popular boy band to the Prudential Center in Newark, they were met with the arrival of police officers and the bomb squad! Just what happened at the concert? Read on to find out!
A little over a week ago, I wrote about K-pop idol group Six Bomb and their controversial promotion for their newest single, in which they were to reveal their new looks on live TV after getting some much-publicized plastic surgery on their faces, all in the name of their comeback, "Becoming Prettier (After)." On March 21st, the girls appeared on a popular music show and proudly showed off the results of their surgeries, all seemingly happy with the results. Continue reading to check out their newest music video and see how different they look!
So we all know that celebrities make a lot of money. Fame and fortune is what comes with being a successful entertainer, and in Korea, the top earners have already made so much money in 2017 that they don't even have to work anymore if they don't want to . . . and that 's for the rest of their lives!
An Instagram post that was supposed to be all about being happy with herself took an unfortunate turn for Kim Go Eun, as followers and so-called fans bombarded her with mean and hurtful comments regarding her looks.
Kim Jong Kook and Song Ji Hyo were let go from Running Man, which they had been a part of for seven years. Running Man asked Kim Jong Kook to leave on Monday, and Song Ji Hyo learned about her leave only when the news came out on Wednesday.
On March 16th, the four girls of Six Bomb will unmask on a live television performance on Korean television, revealing their new looks to a public that is well aware of their controversial promotion, one that included a collective 87,000 dollars worth of plastic surgery, all part of the group's "Becoming Prettier" comeback. Even if this is all taking place in a country where getting cosmetic work done is part of the norm, has Six Bomb's gimmick gone a little too far?
While President Trump's controversial travel ban continues to make headlines, a Korean rapper and his crew were detained at San Francisco International Airport for 24 hours, then deported back home despite following recommended protocol. There are even accusations being made of racist comments and gestures made by American customs officials during the ordeal. What exactly is going on?