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Thunder said that I don’t have to watch it because the jokes are Rated-R! But given the time frame, it has been known that 2NE1 and Big Bang have been doing recording and preparing for a long time, so a possibility of an album from either group is more likely, since G-Dragon has recently released a song that has already become popular. As soon as I heard the news, I SMS-ed Thunder that noona will watch it^^ But!!!! In the cases of both Big Bang and 2NE1, neither groups have yet to introduce new songs, as their schedules were all full last year due to their respective world tours; on the other hand, the new YG girl group is still clouded in secrecy, making speculations going around as well.The duo also collaborates on music as GD x Taeyang, a sub unit of BIG BANG.MANILA, Philippines - There has been much interest in the personal lives of Korean celebrities in the Philippines particularly because they’re very popular here. On the upcoming 28th, a YG singer or group would be making their comeback announcement, sparking the attention of fans and netizens. On the afternoon of May 6th, YG Entertainment posted a teaser image with the words, “” On the teaser image, the names of YGE artists were posted, such as Big Bang, Psy, 2NE1, Epik High, Gummy, as well as Kang Seung Yoon, and the YG rookie group which has yet to be named. I agree with him though, the pic is really too dark! ^^ YG Entertainment revealed a notice announcing the comeback teaser date on the 28th, of one of its singers or teams, catching the attention of many.
But after a year, two of its members eventually left the band, Nicole and Jiyoung. But her management had clarified that the drugs were legally prescribed to Park by her doctor in the US. Psy admitted his offense and was fined for five million won. Hangeng leaves Super Junior The lone Chinese member of the 13-member group Super Junior Hangeng left the group in haste and slapped his agency SM Entertainment with a slew of lawsuits ranging from abusive labor practices to bullying from fellow artists. Chris leaves EXO Chris, another Chinese singer from newly-formed boy band EXO, has left the group and filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment for forcing him to work long hours. Singer-actor Park Yong Ha commits suicide The Korean actor was found dead by his mother on June 30, 2010.
He captioned their photo "Partner for Life" which easily drew close to a million likes.
G-Dragon and Taeyang go way back as their friendship dates back to the time they were both training at YG Entertainment.
Like the local showbiz industry, Korea has its share of juicy and controversial scandals, ranging from drug possession, suicides, sex tapes, driving under the influence to dating. Quite peculiar but in the Korean showbiz culture, idols are not allowed to date by their management agency because it will ruin the fans’ romantic illusions. Open World Entertainment talent and actress Jang Jayeon commits suicide Jang Jayeon, who starred in the popular drama , committed suicide at her home in Seoul in 2009.
These types of controversies typically make it to the front pages of leading Korean dailies. Open World Entertainment sex scandal Open World Entertainment CEO Jang Seok Woo was charged and prosecuted with sexual harassment, assault and rape of his singers and trainees. Jayeon left a suicide note slamming her manager Kim Sung Hoon who she claimed forced her to have sex with various key figures in the entertainment industry to get projects. Nickhun involved in a DUI incident Nickhun of the popular boy band 2 PM was booked without detention by the Gangnam Police in Seoul for driving under the influence (DUI) in July 2012. Daesung’s car accident involving a motorcyclist On May 2011, Big Bang member Daesung’s car collided with a motorcyclist on the Yanghwa Bridge in Seoul before crashing into a taxi. TVXQ disbands Touted as one of the biggest pop acts in Asia in the early 2000s, the three members of TVXQ, Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu surprised their fans when they filed a lawsuit against their talent agency, SM Entertainment for unfair labor practices.