Sinopsis Cunning Single Ladies Episode 1
miss A recently showcased their latest single “I Don’t Need a Man” on the stage of ‘Music Core‘ !
“I Don’t Need a Man”, a song from miss A’s album ‘Independent Women Pt 3‘ carries a massage about bright and young ladies who are independent and take their liberty to live without the need of a man. The song is written by J.Y. Park.
Besides their performance of “I Don’t Need a Man”, the girls of miss A also appeared on ‘Music Core‘ with “If I Were A Boy“!
Girl’s Day’s newly released single “Don’t forget me” has been making storms on online music charts.
Dreamtea Entertainment made a statement on October 27th, “Girl’s Day’s ‘Don’t Forget Me’ is charted number 1 on Bugs, number 5 on Melon and Naver Music, number 2 on Soribada and Daum.”
The agency also added, “The group has matured. The lady-like look goes well with the song. Perhaps this is why the song is getting so many attention. I hope the group ranks at the top in other real time charts.”
JS Entertainment‘s 5-member girl group P.O.P! CON have recently brought out the music video for “Nol Ja Go“!
“Nol Ja Go” (aka“Let’s Play”) is chosen to be the title song for the first digital single of the group, which possesses the same name. The song with its upbeat melodies and a side-chain synth effect is a production of the collaboration between Louis and Master J. The ladies of P.O.P! CON aim to show off another dimension of the group through the song.
It’s all about the ladies in this week’s short list of Star of the Week nominees, but we also threw in one ladies man, so read on and cast your vote for your favorite star!
Park Shin Hye
With an October 9 premiere on the horizon, the cast of upcoming SBS drama The Heirs has been hard at work on the set of the star-studded drama.
While the drama boasts a colorful cast of talented idols, we’re highlighting Korea’s sweetheart Park Shin Hye as she takes the lead role, playing Cha Eun Song, a hardworking lower class girl.
Singer John Park evoked lots of laughter as Beyoncé‘s look-a-like.
On October 16, broadcaster Jeon Hyun Moo, actor Jung Kyung Ho, and singer John Park appeared as guests on MBC‘s “Radio Star.”
The MCs revealed a set of photos that displyed a progression of John Park transforming into Beyoncé claiming, “John Park and Beyoncé are the same person.”
In the photos, John Park’s image changes with more and more make-up added to his face and as the gap between his teeth becomes wider showing a 100% sync with Beyoncé’s face.
The top two songs remain the same this week as Busker Busker’s “First Love” is No. 1 for a second week in a row with another very high score. This song again is nearly unanimous atop of many rankings. Lim Chang Jung’s “About Me” remains at No. 2.
There are five new songs in the top 10 this week. The highest brand new debut is Block B’s “Very Good” at No. 3. This song is coming from Block B’s third mini-album of the same name. They previously released a slower tempo track “Be The Light” as a preview single. “Very Good” has a bright and lively melody line with fun and cheerful lyrics that is different from the group’s previous more intense tracks. It was already No. 1 on SBS Inkigayo last week and will definitely challenge for the top spot next week.
Infinite’s Sunggyu is collaborating with rookie rapper Kanto for his debut single!
Kanto will make his musical debut with the track “Just Tell Me.” It has been announced that Sunggyu will be participating in the music video along with RiSe of Ladies’ Code.
According to a representative from Kanto’s agency, Brand New Music, Sunggyu’s distinct voice makes the track more complete. He added that the track will show another side of Sunggyu’s vocals that is not seen when he is with Infinite.
It’s almost November, which means that K-Pop will be gearing up for one of the busiest months of the year: award ceremony time! When it comes to K-Pop year-end award ceremonies, the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMAs) cannot be overlooked. The 2013 MAMAs will be held in Hong Kong and Mnet has finally released the list of nominees for the awards.
From PSY‘s second US single “Gentleman,” Crayon Pop‘s infectious “Bar Bar Bar” craze, to EXO‘s record-breaking album sales, 2013 has certainly been a crazy year for K-Pop. As a result, all of the categories has strong nominees for this year’s MAMAs and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top.
The beautiful ladies of Fiestar will be making their comeback soon after a year since their second single “We Don’t Stop,” and to start the countdown, the group has released a teaser image.
The picture shows each member of Fiestar through a black and white filter that accentuates the natural allure of the members. All dressed in white, the girls look comfortable, delicate, and feminine with their long, silky locks and flawless skin.
Fiestar’s comeback track is titled “Curious” and is written by hit-maker Shinsadong Tiger. The track will have a simple but cute melody that will appeal to the masses with its catchy beat. This collaboration between Fiestar and Shinsadong Tiger is also drawing attention as it is one of Shinsadong Tiger’s first project at Loen Entertainment’s new label ““Collaboddari Label.“
Rookie rapper, Kanto, is all set to enter the music scene! After releasing a teaser a few days ago, the rookie has finally unveiled the music video for his debut single, “What You Want.”
“What You Want” is a mid-tempo hip hop song which features INFINITE’s Sunggyu. For this single, Sunggyu shows off a different side of his vocal prowess while RiSe of Ladies’ Code, Swings and Lee Hyun Do are also spotted in various cameos for this slick music video.
Multilingual beauties of girl group Fiestar are here again to teach you a fun Korean slang word!
In this episode, members Jei, Cheska, and Cao Lu explain you the meaning behind “kkuljaem,” a very popular expression among young Koreans these days. “Kkul” means honey, and it is often attached to other words to form new meanings, such as “honey thighs” and “honey skin.” The lovely ladies will clarify the reason for the use of this specific word as well.
It is not a surprise that IU’s “The Red Shoes” moves up to the top spot this week with a near perfect score as this song has dominated all Korean charts in the past week. Besides this title song, all songs from IU’s third album “Modern Times” are ranked very high on many online charts. In fact, she nearly swept the top 10 on some. With year-end awards not far away from now, IU’s release is on very good timing. She is trying to win the top female soloist on our Soompi Gayo Awards for the third straight year. It will all depend on how long “The Red Shoes” will stay hot.
The second half of October (15-28) brought us many emotional ballad tracks for the fall season.
Power vocalist Dia released a new single “Be Modern” with girl group Kiss & Cry, who she will be debuting with early next year. Members consist of Bo Hye (Miu of Bella), So Yumi (from disbanded idol group VNT), and Hae Na. The four ladies showcase their strong vocals with Shorry J of Mighty Mouth. Korean-American singer Paul Kim features in 2LSON’s newest single “Slow Jam.” The song is pretty straightforward, a slow R&B track with Paul Kim’s charming vocals.
Vocal duo Davichi released a video teaser for their upcoming digital single “The Letter” through Loen Entertainment‘s official YouTube channel.
At the same time, the duo presented their song for the first time on the live MBC FM radio show, “Shindong’s Shimshimtapa.” The group revealed that “the lyrics and melody of the song matches the deep emotions that only come out late at night.”
Are Taeyeon and Seohyun suffering from Halloween withdrawal symptoms already?
Girls’ Generation‘s leader Taeyeon and maknae Seohyun were captured having some fun, playing ghost.
On November 6, Taeyeon posted a photo on her Instagram with the caption, “It feels like something is behind me… but it’s just Seo Joo Hyun, who is not scary at all.”
The two ladies look like they are re-enacting a scene from a horror movie as they are in the dark with Seohyun in the back, making her best ghost face while Taeyeon pretends to be scared!
K.Will’s “You Don’t Know Love” moves up five spots to become our new No. 1 song this week. This song was No. 1 on most music shows last week. It is his first No. 1 song on our chart this year. His “Love Blossom” went to No. 2 earlier this Spring. K.Will is trying to defend his top male soloist title in our year end soompi gayo award. With “You Don’t Know Love” topping the chart, he will have a solid chance. His main competition this year will be G-Dragon.
Ladies” Code have some “so wonderful” news for fans as they are said to be making their comeback with a single album on August 7!
Ladies” Code teamed up with producer Super Changddai, who they”ve been working with since their debut, once again for their upcoming comeback. They are reportedly preparing to show an upgraded version of their signature funky music with honest lyrics that anyone can relate to.
Their agency Polaris Entertainment stated, “Ladies” Code will make a transformation with more cheerful, funky music through this single album… Their music will not only be fun to listen to but to watch as well with the waacking style of dance and unique stage.”
Ladies’ Code (consisting of Ashley, Rise, EunB, Sojung, and Zuny) just made its debut earlier this year with “Bad Girl,” but the fact is hard to believe. Most of the members had prior experience in the industry by participating in audition programs and variety show “We Got Married,” being related to a news reporter, or being a YouTube star!
Trouble Maker’s “Now” went from outside of the top 10 (No. 15) last week and moved up all the way to No. 1 this week. It is not a surprise considering that this song swept all music shows last week. The tiny margin of victory over Park Ji Yoon’s “Mr. Lee” is more shocking.
This is the first No. 1 song for Trouble Maker, the headline-grabbing duo made up of BEAST’s Hyun Seung and 4minutes’ HyunA. The self titled track “Trouble Maker” went to No. 2 early last year. “Now” is the title song from the duo’s second mini-album “Chemistry.” “Now” is an upbeat number composed by Shinsadong Tiger, Rado, and LE. The song holds lyrics about a dramatic situation between couples. As fans expected, “Now” features a seductive MV and dance performance.
After a few quiet weeks, we have a lot of movement in the top 10 this week. There are five new songs, including our new No. 1 song this week. Miss A’s latest hit “Hush” debuted only at No. 20 a week ago but moved up 19 spots to take over as our new No. 1 song, easily winning over last week’s No. 1 Trouble Maker’s “Now.” Miss A hasn’t hit No. 1 on our chart since “Touch” in March of last year. Congratulations.