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  1. Kim Jae-joong

    K-Pop singer pranks fans that he has coronavirus for April Fools, faces backlash

    Kim Jae-joong initially posted on social media that he was hospitalised after contracting the virus. He edited the post later to say he had gone ...
  2. BTS perfoming at NYE in NYC

    K-pop boyband BTS postpones US, Canada tour over COVID-19 situation

    The group was scheduled to begin the tour on Apr 25, stopping in cities such as Los Angeles, Orlando, New Jersey and Atlanta.
  3. BTS new album photo

    You can now learn Korean from K-pop superstars BTS in new web series

    Each of the 30 episodes will be about three minutes long and will touch on Korean grammar and expressions.
  4. Choi Si-won Super Junior

    Super Junior’s Choi Si-won tweets in Bahasa Indonesia messages of encouragement

    The K-pop star also wrote the same messages in English and Korean: “We shall rise again.” 
  5. Super Junior member Shindong

    Super Junior’s Shindong said adopting two dogs helped him fight depression

    The K-pop singer revealed in a recent reality show how his two furkids were instrumental in overcoming his problems last year.
  6. K-pop group BIGBANG

    Coachella postponed, BIGBANG fans now have to wait to see idols at music festival

    The K-pop boyband had been slated to make their comeback performance at the famed festival, which has now been pushed to October. It's unclear ...
  7. K-pop singer Luna

    K-pop singer Luna opens up about Sulli's death, her struggle with panic attacks

    Luna, whose real name is Park Sun-young, reveals that her panic disorder got so bad that her hands and feet would shake.
  8. K-pop boyband EXO

    South Korean celebrities join fight against COVID-19 with donations to aid efforts

    Everyone from K-pop singers and bands to actors, and even a celebrity chef, have chipped in financially.
  9. FILE PHOTO: 2019 American Music Awards - Show - Los Angeles, California, U.S.

    Taylor Swift ranks as best-selling global music artiste in 2019, beating BTS

    It's the second time Swift has topped global music sales. She first did it with her 2014 debut album titled 1989.
  10. K pop singer Chungha

    K-pop singer Chungha quarantined after 2 staff members diagnosed with COVID-19

    Chungha and her staff were in Italy recently, which has seen a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases.