Steve Yoo, otherwise known as Yoo Seung Joon, has sold over 5 million albums in his career and is one of the biggest stars in the history of K-pop. But in 2002, the South Korean government deported him and banned him from re-entering the country; and now, after losing his final appeal appeal, Steve Yoo will never be able to set foot on his homeland again. What did he do that got him banished from his homeland for the rest of his life?
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.
Donât leave us, oppas! Several Korean actors and singers have already confirmed their enlist dates in 2017. In 2017, any Korean men born in 1997—that is, who turn 20—can join the army. They have until their 38th birthday to enlist. When the men enlist, they receive four weeks of basic military training and serve for 21 months at an army base, which is usually located in a rural, secluded area. The marines serve for 23 months, and air force for 24 months.
Considering that celebrities tend to enlist before their 30th birthday, these oppas who turn 29 or 30 this year are likely to go. For an actor with an unconfirmed enlist date, weâve added his last project when applicable. Without further ado, here are 17 Korean celebrities whoâre in the talks to enlist in the military in 2017!
What do Psy, Choi Si Won, and Lee Seo Jin have in common? They’re chaebols in real life! Psy is a CEO of DI corporation, Choi Si Won’s family has multiple houses in Apgujung, the most affluent part of Gangnam and Lee Seo Jin’s from a family of bankers. See the full list below!
You can never take some things back, and Lee Hwayoung of BOYS24 just learned that the hard way. Yesterday, it was announced that his record label had terminated his contract and expelled him from the group, after a shocking recording of him insulting fans that surfaced last week proved too detrimental to the well-being of everybody involved.
This is one scandal that may not just go away. Just yesterday, at the voice recording of up-and-coming idol group BOYS24, member Lee Hwayoung's private voice messages were released online by an ex-girlfriend. The damaging 30-second clip has the upcoming singer bitching out his fans! Will this be enough to end his career?