Known for her striking looks and her risque outfits, HyunA has been turning heads practically since her debut with 4minute. She has garnered her fair share of criticism and whether it is genuinely earned or just jealousy, no one can deny that she is a chart-topper winning awards left and right. It"s a formula that is obviously working.
Debuting with the Wonder Girls in 2007, HyunA was practically a fresh-faced schoolgirl, bubbly and exuberant, with a haircut inspired by DoratheExplorer ;). However, it was with the girl group 4minute that the video vixen would start to shine. Their first single "HotIssue" peaked at number 5 on the Gaon charts, and the second, "Muzik," hit #3
B2ST"s Hyunseung revealed who he would choose as his Troublemaker partner if 4minute"s HyunA wasn"t in the picture.
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On the April 10th episode of B2ST"s new reality show "Showtime Burning the BEAST", Hyunseung was asked, "If HyunA wasn"t a part of Troublemaker, which idol would you like to join you?" He was given a few choices, like Girl"s Day"s Hyeri, Sunmi, and SISTAR"s Hyorin.
Without even hesitating, Hyunseung responded, "Sunmi for me." The members poked fun at him, saying, "You like her, don"t you," and "You can"t put your personal feelings into it. Think about it from the public"s point of view."
Who would you match up with Hyunseung if HyunA was, unfortunately, not a part of Troublemaker?
According to multiple entertainment representatives on April 7, B2ST"s Hyunseung is in talks to play the lead Clyde in what would be his second musical, "Bonnie and Clyde"!
Previously, he played the lead in the 2012 musical "Mozart". In addition, it appears he may be quite suited for the role not only due to his great singing skills but also as he played a very similar character in Trouble Maker"s MV for "Now."
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Meanwhile, the musical stars other top names like Kahi, SHINee"s Key, and ZE:A"s Hyungsik and will take place at the BBC Art Center from April 15 to June 29 with a various set of cast taking turns on different days
Earlier on January 10, it was reported that Cube Entertainment would be taking action against those who spread false rumors of Trouble Maker duo HyunA (4Minute) and Hyunseung (Beast) being in a relationship, and that HyunA was pregnant. The rumor subsequently spread quickly via other social networking platforms, such as Facebook and Kakao Talk. The developer of the smart phone application from which the original rumor originated has stepped forward to clarify their position.
The rumored scandal and pregnancy had been made to look like an official statement issued by the duo’s agency, Cube Entertainment. The rumor was made to look like a news article using a smart phone application, “I’m a Reporter Too
“Radio Star” Kyuhyun recently suggested to HyunA that they do a duet together.
The December 18 episode of MBC’s “Radio Star” was a special about ‘obsessive guys,’ and on the episode, Kyuhyun said, “You say I obsess over non-celebrities? From now on, I’m going to obsess over celebrities. HyunA, instead of Hyunseung, how bout a duet with me?” and he did a little dance. Kyuhyun had gotten a reputation for only liking to date and flirt with non-celebrities from a previous episode of “Radio Star,” and alluded to this in this latest episode.
However, his fellow hosts shot down his hopes, saying, “compared to Hyunseung, your dancing is dull. It’s like a non-celebrity is imitating Hyunseung,” making the studio erupt with laughter
Cube Entertainment recently released a behind-the-scenes video of Trouble Maker’s “Now” music video on Youtube.
Giving their all filming in cold weather, we see a candid version of the duo: Hyunseung happily dancing between shoots, and HyunA being adorably amazed at the airborne camera during an outdoor shoot, telling the person shooting the video to capture the airborne camera, “as if they were doing something amazing!”
The video really displays the chemistry and friendship between Hyunseung and HyunA, making each other laugh between shoots, and taking polaroid photos for each other.
Near the end, Hyunseung, still on the set, leaves a cute video message for HyunA, who finished early and had already gone home: “I hope you, for my share too, take a nice hot shower, climb under thick warm blankets, stretch out, and sleep well
Trouble Maker"s HyunA and Hyunseung shared a behind-the-scenes story from their "Now" music video shoot.
SEE ALSO: Trouble Maker releases uncut music video for "Now"!
On the November 7th broadcast of SBS Power FM"s "Cultwo Show", the duo was asked about the filming process for the hit song"s much-discussed MV. HyunA revealed, "We were supposed to film our kiss scene while a fire was blazing, but it burned out too quickly. The mood was supposed to be set, but we weren"t able to pull it off."
Hyunseung added, "The fire was supposed to start while we were on standby, but it started when we were just standing around."
Watch the MV below to see if you can catch the scene they"re talking about.
Trouble Maker’s HyunA and Hyunseung opened up about their feelings regarding the risqué music video of their title track “Now.”
The two idols sat down with reporters on October 30 to discuss Trouble Maker’s comeback with the rated-R music video. Immediately after the video was revealed to the public on Monday, it became the number one searched topic on numerous music sites and news portals.
When asked how she felt about acting with Hyunseung, HyunA blushed and said, “It was embarrassing.” The female idol is known for her bright and youthful personality, which is a true opposite of her charismatic image on stage.
Hyunseung confessed, “It was very awkward. As it has been two years since we promoted as a unit, shooting intimate scenes felt embarrassing and awkward,” but added, “However, we are both from the same company and it is not our first time working as a duo, so we worked in harmony
Trouble Maker made its long-awaited return and Hyuna and Hyun Seung aren’t wasting any time and making trouble left and right.
The new music video for Now was released on October 28 with a big red 19+ mark stamped right from the beginning, so we were expecting some juicy stuff, and Trouble Maker delivered that but left us a bit puzzled by the small details.
That is, until we found out the music video was based on the story of American outlaws, Bonnie and Clyde, which we wish we knew before we started this reaction.
G: Oh wow E: Those girls in bed with him are not Hyuna G: Definitely 19+
G: Why is there a gun at his crotch? G: And hundred dolla bills E: That could be a dirty statement G: Just saying what I see
After releasing many teasers the past few days, Trouble Maker has now revealed the full music video for”Now.”
It has been almost two years since 4minute’s HyunA and Beast’s Hyunseung released their debut duet track “Trouble Maker” and took over the K-Pop world with their ultra sexy choreography. With their latest track “Now,” they are definitely trying to outdo themselves.
In the music video, the two are seen fighting and passionately kissing, showing the strong and dramatic moments of their relationship.
“Now” is penned by Shinsadong Tiger and Rado and is described to have a dreamlike addictive melody
Trouble Maker’s comeback is around the corner as the sexy co-ed duo (4minute’s HyunA and Beast’s Hyunseung) dropped teaser bombs in the last couple days, raising anticipation and curiosity from fans especially with the “19 and over” rating.
On October 27, another teaser was released for title track “Now” from the second mini album where HyunA and Hyunseung show their hot and cold sides in the dating relationship.
“Now” is penned by Shinsadong Tiger and Rado and is described to have a dreamlike addictive melody.
One company representative stated, “There will be a lot of dramatic elements in the performance for Trouble Maker’s ‘Now
Trouble Maker, the sexy duo of 4Minute‘s HyunA and Beast‘s Hyunseung, released the video teaser for their upcoming track “Now” through their official YouTube channel.
The song had previously been known as “There Is No Tomorrow.” The teaser starts off with HyunA and Hyunseung showing their best brooding faces and then moves on to show. some of the choreography and music to “Now.” It looks like another addicting and sexy song, but we will still have to wait to find out if this Trouble Maker song will be as big and wide spreading as their first song.
Trouble Maker is making a comeback after 23 months. Their entertainment agency, Cube Entertainment, has been and will be releasing teaser photos throughout today and tomorrow
Following HyunA‘s recent Instagram teaser featuring BEAST‘s Hyunsung, it is now official that the Trouble Maker duo will be making a comeback.
A brief teaser video was revealed today on Cube Entertainment‘s YouTube channel, announcing the release of a new song. In the brief video, we see clips of their original “Trouble Maker” video, followed by a revealing image of HyunA sitting on Hyungsung’s lap.
It has been almost two years since the duo rocked the K-Pop world with their “Trouble Maker” single in December 2011.
Do you think they will be able to top their sexy choreography from their debut track?
NASTY NASTY,Star Empire"s new co-ed project group, releasedtheir music video for their single, "Knock," earlier this month. Since their official debut as a group, manyK-pop fans have drawn comparisons to Trouble Maker, Cube Entertainment"s co-edgroup. There are seemingly many similarities between the group; however, there are many unique qualities in each, as well. So, let"s take a further look andcompare the two!
The main similarity between the two groups is obviously that they"re both made up of co-ed members, which is fairly uncommon in the K-pop industry. Although we"veseen many collaborations between male and female artists, co-ed groups remainsparse. Both NASTY NASTY and TroubleMaker combine male and female artists from popular groups within their respective agencies
The only thing better than seeing your favorite K-pop stars in all their sexy glory is seeing some of the parodies that follow their iconic hits. Different from simple covers, these parodies are meant to bring out a laugh, usually by having completely random comedians and other funny people performing them (granted, some are pretty good). As with all things involving comedy, you ought not to take any of the following videos seriously. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery after all, no?
Take a look at some of our favorite K-pop parodies:
Psy X Sunmi "24 Hours" Lee Gook Ju X HyunA "Red" Yoo Jae Suk X Rain "LA SONG" Jung Hyung Don & Defconn X Kim Soo Hyun & Suzy
Disclaimer: This is Suzy and Kim Soo Hyun"s cinematic commercial for Bean Pole rather than a K-Pop performance
Celebrity couple photoshoots sometimes have us staring in envy or cringing away in embarrassment. Though points like backdrop, hair and makeup, concept, and photographers factor into the celebrity"s solo photoshoot, it"s a completely different story when celebrities pair up for couple shoots. It gets trickier because no matter how well one celebrity performs, if his partner doesn"t pull her own weight (or vice versa), the photos end up looking out of place and awkward.
The following are a series of celebrity couple pictorials. Some work, others don"t, and a few really don"t.
Sohee X T.O.P Sohee and T.O.P teamed up in this photo shoot for their "Reebok" endorsement. Dressed in monochrome colors and casual everyday staples, this couple looks chic without having to try
A lot of artists were doing full-scale promotions in June, particularly boy groups who came back with something to prove! So we"ve collected some of the top, attention-grabbing boy groups that promoted in June to see which one did the best job. (Keep in mind that some of the groups" releases happened in late May - such as Fly to the Sky on May 19 - but their promotional cycles have been heavy in the month of June more so than May.)
It was difficult, especially as these artists came back more mature and charismatic than ever, but the writers below gave each one a score from 1 (worst) to 5 (best) in four different categories: music, MV, performance, and originality. They also revealed their reasoning behind it. Check out the results below and give us your own scoring and thoughts for: B2ST ("Good Luck"), Boyfriend ("Obsession"), INFINITE ("Last Romeo"), U-KISS ("Don"t Flirt"), VIXX ("Eternity"), ZE:A ("Breathe"), GOT7 ("A"), and Fly to the Sky ("You You You")
Six-member boy group BEAST starts the countdown to their comeback on June 16 with the release of their first group teaser image. While there has been teaser videos and logo images, there had yet to be a full group image for BEAST’s upcoming comeback till now. The group image was uploaded onto BEAST’s Facebook account with the caption “20140616,” which is their comeback date.
The group image shows that BEAST will be going for a dark and mature image, much like their previous “Shadow” promotions in 2013. The members are sporting a new fashion style for this comeback, however, with Hyunseung, Yoseob, Kikwang, and Junhyung wearing shorts with knee length socks. While this pairing could be a fashion faux pas, the BEAST members pull it off with flair and confidence
BEAST were chosen to be the cover model for the June issue of Ceci magazine, in light of their upcoming comeback.
The six-member boy group pulled off a playful image for the photoshoot, wearing brightly-patterned summer clothing.
For the interview with Ceci, the members talked about their impending comeback as a group. On their upcoming sixth mini album, Doojoon said that it is “full of Beast’s masculine charms,” while Junhyung added that they “wanted to go back to their original mindset with this album.” Other members were more secretive about the mini album, with Kikwang adding, “There’s a definite change with this album that’s different from before. So it’s a secret for now.”
Additionally, the interview touched upon their solo activities