I imagine a few fanboys are crying today. The megastar’s agency just announced yesterday that she is in a relationship.
I’ve been meaning to write about one of the most entertaining variety shows that Korea has ever produced (to my limited knowledge, of course) and one that I still bear intense attachment to. I’m talking about Family Outing of course; that behemoth of a variety show that garnered enormous ratings back in its heyday, only to tumble down as the show gradually slipped in quality and viewership.
Why am I writing about this show? One; with Daesung’s recent emergence from his hiatus and Lee Hyori’s inability or reluctance to make new music, I’m feeling a little nostalgic about their brilliance on that show.
Two, Yoo Jae Suk is still as funny and as witty as he ever was on Running Man (and Kim Jong Kook is as delightful too!)
Three, I was just rewatching an episode of it.
Fall 2011 has already proven itself to be a busy time of the year in KPop. Already, Brown Eyed Girls, U-KISS, Davichi, B1A4, Huh Gak, JYJ, and KARA have made their explosive comebacks, and that’s barely the tip of the iceberg. Here’s a line up of the artists have/are coming back this fall. Continue reading
Since summer is almost done, I’m anticipating some major comebacks from Kpop stars that haven’t been back on the scene in a while. Earlier this year, we’ve been treated to comebacks from BIG BANG, DBSK, Super Junior, 2NE1, B2ST, FT Island, Miss A, CN Blue, Brian Joo and Hwanhee, Wheesung, 2PM, Jay Park, etc.
Although K-pop time seems to be warped (everything is faster, be gone for a year and it’s automatically a comeback) and promotions last about two months, the comebacks that I have here are merely rumors with some aspect of truth in them. Hopefully, these rumors are true.
Of course, there are more comebacks I’m anticipating by the end of the year, here are a list of some that I can’t wait to hear! Continue reading