Japanese boy band MeseMoa. is causing quite a stir in the J-pop music scene with their music video for their song "Shadow Kiss". During the video, each of the members take turns kissing each other and it's sparking widespread discussion on fangirl tropes and the use of headline-making concepts. In total, there are 36 kisses, each one between the different members. While it might not be for everyone, it certainly is an eye-catching video.
Online bullying is now officially completely out of control, with Korean pop band, BTS having received multiple death threats on Twitter in recent days by a deranged anti-fan who's even targeting a specific member of the group.
A robot bride was forced to marry her creator last week in a ceremony in China, doomed to spend the rest of her existence with a man who plans on eventually getting her to do whatever his heart desires. But don't get so upset . . . he loves her with all his heart.
One of the worst things about being famous has to be dealing with stalkers. Most times, these obsessed fans are mentally unstable, and completely delusional. So this begs the question — when Han Eun Jung revealed on TV yesterday that she had a crazy stalker, why was everyone laughing?
Park Bo Gum is known and loved for his ever-present charming smile! However, on a recent international trip with the crew of Moonlight Drawn by Clouds, even Park Bo Gum couldn't help but cringe on camera due to some fans' 'inappropriate' actions! Just what caused one of the best smiles in Korean entertainment to falter? Keep reading to find out!
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?