What if we told you Day6 & CNBLUE aren’t the only players in the Korean rock music scene – that K-rock is indeed richer than you can imagine? Ga cuma mereka ngab!
This time, with OBSESSION, EXO is set to step on their own mark as one of K-Pop’s best boy groups in this generation.
“Love poem” is the definitive proof of South Korean singer-songwriter IU’s versatility as a musician, and here’s why.
Kim Taeyeon is officially back with her second full-length album “Purpose”, after releasing a few mini albums and singles for the past few years and touring Asia in the first half of 2019.
The Hallyu wave has introduced us to Korean drama (K-drama) and its OSTs (original soundtracks). Yet some OSTs became forgotten in a few years, despite deserving more recognition from the general public.
Preceded by the release of stunning teaser photos, “CROSS” seemingly turns out to lack motivation in contrast to Winner’s previous works, and here’s why.
SM Entertainment, one of the biggest entertainment companies in South Korea, has just recently launched their latest super group.
As “Sweet Chaos” ensues, will Korean rock band Day6 finally be able to define their own sound through their new album?
South Korean singer-songwriter Sulli died a week ago in Seoul. Sulli, who started her career through the girl group f(x), remains largely recognizable through her work in K-pop and the Korean entertainment industry at large. Her untimely death reminds us that the strenuous music industry needs to care more about mental health and self-care among both producers and consumers of music.
Kim Jongdae, more well-known as EXO Chen is back with his second EP “Dear My Dear”, in which he explores past sounds and showcases his vocal prowess.