Korean girl group 4minute have released the full-length music video for their latest song “I MY ME MINE (IMMM)” today, according to their agency Cube Entertainment on Monday.
Cube announced in a press release that the music video for their follow-up song “IMMM,” showing each girls’ personality and powerful dance performances, has been unveiled on the group’s official webpage and various portal sites.
The five-member girl band composed of members Jihyun, Gayoon, Jiyoon, HyunA and Sohyun, made their debut in 2009 with their single “Hot Issue.”
They have enjoyed success with their mini-album “For Muzik” which topped various charts in Asia including Taiwan and the Philippines.
The girl group returned to the music stage last week with their new track “IMMM” from their second album “HUH.”
Korean idols SS501 have released the full version of their music video on various portal sites starting yesterday, according to their agency DSP Media on Tuesday.
The music video for their title track “Love Ya,” from their new album “DESTINATION, featured the boys wearing black suits while performing on an antique stage surrounded by a string orchestra.
“DESTINATION,” which became available for online preordering on May 24, had topped record distributor’s Yes24’s daily chart in just a day while “Love Ya” reached No. 1 on numerous real-time online music charts.
The special version of the album, containing ‘before & after’ photographs of the boys looking natural versus wearing European suits, went on sale last Friday while the regular version showing them sporting white and black clothes will be released on Thursday.
To thank their fans, the five-man band held an autograph session in Busan and Taegu last weekend.
SS501 made their debut with the single “Warning” in 2005, releasing numerous albums as a group and pursuing individual careers in acting and appearing in variety shows.
They are currently gearing up for comeback performance on KBS’ televised music program “Music Bank” on May 4 and the following day on MBC’s “Music Central.”
Here’s the MV:
Korean idol star U-Know Yunho is set to star in the latest music video for three-member R&B group J.Rich, according to J.Rich’s agency on Friday.
M.root Entertainment explained through a press release that U-Know decided to play the male lead in the video for J.Rich’s song “Goodbye My Love.”
This will be the first time that U-Know is appearing in another artist’s music video. The teaser video featuring U-Know will be unveiled on April 12 through various online music sites.
Meanwhile, former girl group Sugar member Park Soo-jin has been tapped to take the leading female role. The teaser video containing Park will be released two days after U-Know’s video.
J.Rich’s first album will go on sale in Korea and Japan simultaneously through on and offline music retailers.
U-Know Yunho made his debut into the entertainment industry as a member of the five-man band TVXQ, one of the most successful K-pop acts in Asia with reportedly the largest fanbase in the world.
The group recently made headlines following their announcement that they would discontinue their musical activities as a group in Japan and only pursue individual careers.
They had officially stopped working as a group in Korea since last July when three of its members — Xiah Junsu, Hero Jaejoong and Micky Yoochun — asked a court to nullify their exclusive contract with SM, claiming their 13-year contract period is too long.
Here’s the teaser of Goodbye My Love
Korean pop singer Lee Hyori will be unveiling the teaser video to the title track of her upcoming album today, according to her agency Mnet Media on Friday.
Mnet explained that the teaser, a 30-second clip from the music video to “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” will be released on major portal sites and various online music providers at 5 p.m. today.
The singer started revealing songs from her fourth album “H-Logic” last week, starting with “Swing” which took to the top of Korea’s music charts for several days.
The entire record was set to go on sale yesterday but has been delayed to April 13 following the cancellation or postponement of all televised music shows last week.
The country had been in a state of grievance after a mysterious explosion sank South Korea’s naval ship Cheonan in late March.
Lee, 30, debuted in 1998 as a member of popular girl band Fin.K.L. and went solo after the group disbanded in 2002. She has released three studio albums as a solo artist, producing several hits including “10 Minutes”, “Hey Girl”, “Get Ya” and “U-Go-Girl”.
She has also branched out to acting, hosting and appearing on variety shows, most notably on the first season of SBS’ “Family Outing”.
Here’s the FULL MV of CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
*must say, it’s one hell of a sexy MV and those booty thing that Hyori did was absolutely magnificent.
K-pop princesses Wonder Girls have finished shooting the music videos for their U.S. debut album in Korea, according to their agency on Thursday.
“The girls shot their music videos for two days till yesterday in the Gyeonggi Province,” a representative from JYP Entertainment explained, adding they will return to the U.S. next week to finish preparing for their album.
Their new album, to contain their title track recorded in three languages including English, Chinese and Korean, will be unveiled worldwide on May 16.
Their music videos were also produced in each language, the first time in the world for such an attempt to be made.
On the day of the album’s release, the girls are set to hold a launching party which will air live on online service provider Ustream, followed by a live-chatting session with their fans from all over the world and a live performance by the girls.
Wonder Girls made a splash into the music industry in 2007, quickly becoming one of the biggest pop acts in the country with numerous hit singles.
They are also the most successful group to have made a crossover to the U.S., chosen as the opening act for popular boy band The Jonas Brothers and appearing in radio and television shows last year.
The girls continued to celebrate their success, becoming the first Korean artists in Billboard history to enter the Hot100 chart with their U.S. single “Nobody” debuting at No. 76.
However, the quintet –composed of Sohee, Yubin, Sun, Yenny and Mimi– suffered a setback to kick off their singing career in the U.S. full scale when original member Mimi decided to leave the group to pursue her studies. She was replaced with new member Lim in March.
Korean singer Jang Woo-hyuk has teamed with Hong Kong actress Karen Mok for a music drama that will be shown at his upcoming tour concerts in China, according to his agency on Tuesday.
Photographs revealed by Jang’s agency showed Jang and Mok shooting scenes for the video which does not contain any dialogue but intense action sequences to portray the story of the chance encounter of the two.
This will be the second time Jang and Mok are meeting — they both attended the Beijing Pop Music Awards last year but it is the first time they are working together.
Mok, a singer and actress who made her debut in 1993, is well known for her role in “Shaolin Soccer” and highest-grossing Hong Kong pic “Fallen Angels.” She has also released numerous albums and is one of the first Asians to take the lead role in Broadway musical “RENT.”
Jang made his debut in 1996 through the now-disbanded boy band H.O.T, one of the hottest bands in town during the mid to late 1990s, and embarked on a solo career in 2005.
He signed with major Chinese entertainment firm Huayi Brothers Media Group shortly after fulfilling South Korea’s two-year mandatory military service late last year and has been in China since last week to resume his activities in the country and promote his upcoming tour.
Jang made a guest appearance on popular Chinese variety show “Be Ready Anytime” and is set to continue on with his publicity activities by attending the opening ceremony of the BOAO International Tourism forum.
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