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Gangnam Style breaks Guinness World Record on YouTube

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Gangnam Style breaks Guinness World Record on YouTube

The South Korean phenom has surpassed LMFAO‘s “Party Rock Anthem” with his “Gangnam Style“, securing the Guinness World Record for most liked video on YouTube. As of press time, “Gangnam Style“ had a whopping 2,282,049 likes on the site merely three months after its July 15th release.

Psy also surpasses Justin Bieber’s “Baby” and Adele‘s “Rolling in the Deep” for the honor, though “Baby” still holds the record for most watched video of all time.

Watch China’s viral music video that mimics PSY’s Gangnam Style

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Watch China’s viral music video that mimics PSY’s Gangnam Style

The song Little Apple from a music video made by the Chopsticks Brothers has taken China by storm ever since its release. This is also the song used in the hilarious parody video starring Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un that North Korea wants erased from the internet. But the adventures of grass root talent and music duo Chopsticks Brothers didn’t start with, or will it end with this unique music video.

This MV is actually a promotional short for a new movie called Old Boy: The Way Of The Dragon.Without any marquee stars or a big budget, the movie with a unique mix of comedy, action and music became a blockbuster within 4 days of its release despite strong competition from such big name movies as Transformers: Age of Extinction.

K-pop and Biases: When You Lose One

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K-pop and Biases: When You Lose One

K-pop and Biases: When You Lose One Written by Alolika On July 25, 2014

I went through a bad breakup recently. It involved a lot of crying, whining and pleading at the other end but I had made my decision. His questionable past, poor articulation skills, invisibility on variety shows and undivided attention to his owl-eyed friend compelled me to take the final step. I am sorry Kai but things had gone too far. You are just too boring.

And having no new bias take his place, I have officially lost all purpose in life. So here is an attempt at mapping stages of mental degradation while consuming K-pop having lost a bias, and hopefully, at least some of it will strike a chord. (Please don’t tell me I am the only dysfunctional one).

allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

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allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

Throughout the month of December, we brought you our list of the best and most important K-Pop songs of 2013. Now, with the new year, we”re pleased to present the best K-Pop music videos of 2013! 

Read on to find out where your favorites rank in our list. On today”s list, we bring you the second half – numbers 25 through 1.

SEE ALSO: allkpop”s Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 26-50


25. SHINee “Dream Girl”
Label:
SM Entertainment
Release Date: February 19th, 2013

SHINee“s been a busy, busy group this year, knocking out comeback after comeback with very little time for breaks in between- so much so that it seems like “Dream Girl“, their first video of 2013, came out much earlier than it actually did. The video features all five guys navigating a strange, topsy-turvy dream world while chasing a faceless girl in a painting through rooms where time and gravity have no meaning.

SHINee Accuses Toheart of Copying “Dream Girl” in “Delicious”? + Toheart Showcase

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SHINee Accuses Toheart of Copying “Dream Girl” in “Delicious”? + Toheart Showcase

Do you think SHINee‘s “Dream Girl” and Toheart‘s “Delicious” sound similar? It seems the four members of SHINee (Jonghyun, Minho, Taemin, and Onew) think so as they mercilessly tease fellow member and one-half of Toheart, Key, in the support message video uploaded to SMTOWN‘s Youtube channel.

The adorable and funny video is filmed hidden-camera style, showing the members of SHINee gathered around a table backstage discussing the collaborative project duo Toheart. Member Jonghyun starts off the conversation asking what the team name of Key and Woohyun’s duo is. Minho jokingly gives the name Park Ji Sung, the soccer player who is often described as having two hearts due to his incredible stamina and endurance. Jonghyun seems to cautiously believe this at first before Taemin and Minho say in Korean what translates to English as “two hearts.”

Lee Michelle Addresses Heartbreak and Prejudice in Music Video for “Without You”

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Lee Michelle Addresses Heartbreak and Prejudice in Music Video for “Without You”

Lee Michelle, former contestant on the first season of “K-Pop Star,” released the music video for her first digital single, “Without You” through the official 1theK YouTube channel.

Lee Michelle had wowed the judges and impressed the Korean audience with her powerful singing voice on the “K-Pop Star” when it aired its first season in 2011. She made it to the top 5 and left the show after becoming a household name. Since then, she has focused on training and appeared as featured voice in other artist singles. Now, she makes her solo debut with “Without You.”

PSY Is Now in Britannica Encyclopedia

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PSY Is Now in Britannica Encyclopedia

World star PSY has recently been honored when his name was included in the oldest English-language encyclopedia Britannica.

On May 1, according to the online version of Britannica encyclopedia, PSY is introduced as a “South Korean singer and rapper.”

The introduction continues,

“Although he was originally known in his country as a controversial and satirical hip-hop artist, he achieved international fame in 2012 with the music video to his humorous pop song ‘Gangnam Style,’ which ultimately received a record-setting one billion views on the video-sharing Web site YouTube.”

Watch China’s viral music video that beats Gangnam Style at its own game

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Watch China’s viral music video that beats Gangnam Style at its own game

The song Little Apple from a music video made by the Chopsticks Brothers has taken China by storm ever since its release. This is also the song used in the hilarious parody video starring Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un that North Korea wants erased from the internet. But the adventures of grass root talent and music duo Chopsticks Brothers didn’t start with, or will it end with this unique music video.

This MV is actually a promotional short for a new movie called Old Boy: The Way Of The Dragon.Without any marquee stars or a big budget, the movie with a unique mix of comedy, action and music became a blockbuster within 4 days of its release despite strong competition from such big name movies as Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Baek Jiyoung to hold solo concert tour + reveals promotional teaser video

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Baek Jiyoung to hold solo concert tour + reveals promotional teaser video

Baek Jiyoung will be holding her very own solo concert tour soon and and a short video clip was also released for her concert tour, titled “Baek Jiyoung Show: That Woman”!

Marking her 15th anniversary since debut, Baek Jiyoung will be having a solo concert to celebrate with her fans! Including OST songs, she has released around a whopping 160 songs since her first song in 1999 with “Choice”, rising to the top of Korean music charts as the top female heart-touching vocalist.

T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment”

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T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment”

T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment” Written by Lo On July 31, 2014

Commitment was arguably the most buzzed-about Korean film of 2013. Partially because of the high concept of a reluctant teenager forced into espionage, but mostly because said teenager was played the one and only T.O.P. However, buzz and quality are usually not connected. How did Commitment hold up to its promised weight?

Spoilers Ahead

Commitment is a violent, gory shoot-’em-up filled with injuries and murder and an alarmingly cavalier attitude towards death. It really only bothers with the modern politics of the North-South divide because it’s a convenient backdrop for the blood and gore. This is not said as a criticism but a clarification. Many were disappointed by the rather small part the politics played in the film. They were expecting The Hunt for Red October and got The Boondock Saints. By the standards of a typical political thriller, Commitment leaves a lot to be desired. By the standards of an action flick, it doesn’t simply succeed. Commitment actually excels.

Lyn and VIXX’s Leo reveal MV for collaboration song “Blossom Tears”

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Lyn and VIXX’s Leo reveal MV for collaboration song “Blossom Tears”

In the fourth collaboration project for Jellyfish Entertainment CEO and producer Hwang Sejoon’s “Y.BIRD From Jellyfish Island” project, VIXX’s soft and soothing vocalist Leo has teamed up with ballad song diva Lyn!

The teaser video and concept pictures had fans anticipating the sad love song, and now, the wait is no longer! The song was released an hour before the music video, revealing a emotional and endearing tune. With a soft guitar rift and a heavy beat, the vocals of Lyn and Leo go back and forth, almost conversation-like, as the two voices intertwine gracefully highlighting the strong vocals of both singers. The song lyrics tell a love story about a woman who waits for her love, a man with a cruel fate.

The Plot Makes the MV: Part 1, “Sadness”

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The Plot Makes the MV: Part 1, “Sadness”

The Plot Makes the MV: Part 1, “Sadness” Written by Warda On August 12, 2014

Korean pop music has predominantly been identified through brightly colored, diabolically sweet, and epilepsy-inducing music videos. From DB5K’s “Balloons” all the way to “Gangnam Style,” you cannot argue that K-pop isn’t fun.

In spite of that, you also can’t say that K-pop is all fun and games either. Korean music warrants diversity, and what better place to show differences in ideologies, opinions, and points of view than a music video? The music industry is thriving in South Korea, and the “MV” stands to be a crucial vessel in which ideas are shipped across the airwaves. The aim is to use visual artistic expression (via video) to portray a story, evoking specific emotions in the audience watching, to a background of music. The popularity of such a practice has resulted in many an evolution taking place within this creative bubble.

2PM’s Junho Releases MV for Korean Version of “Feel”

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2PM’s Junho Releases MV for Korean Version of “Feel”

Junho fans, are you ready to see more of 2PM’s Junho?

On July 8, Junho released a music video for his Japanese solo track, “Feel,” and on August 13, he released a Korean version of “Feel.” This upbeat, electronic based song is the perfect song to listen to during the summer.

The song, “Feel,” is a love story describing how one’s ordinary life transforms 180 degrees after meeting one person. It talks about how lively their life has become and how they can’t live without that person.

K-pop cover dance groups overstep the line

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K-pop cover dance groups overstep the line

The number of malicious rumors, negative Internet comments and copycat cover dance groups a K-pop act spawns are often used as a measure of popularity in the world of contemporary Korean music.But while scandalous rumors and hurtful comments are not always welcome, Yu Hye-na, a spokesperson for WM Entertainment”s B1A4, says being emulated by cover dance groups suggests the band is doing a good job.“We kind of feel flattered and grateful”, said Yu.“Cover dance” is a term that describes the act of mimicking a K-pop group”s moves while “cover dance group” refers to a tribute ensemble that imitates a K-pop act as closely as possible.Cover dance groups have been around for years, ever since K-pop began to diversify into different channels, but some walk a fine line between homage and plagiarism, giving the nation”s entertainment industry a headache.For instance, a copycat version of B1A4 debuted in China under the name “Fighter” in 2012. The Chinese boy group was a carbon copy of the original Korean boy band, imitating even tiny details such as the members” stage outfits, which are accented with hot pink.The teaser images the Chinese group released ahead of its debut were also identical to those of B1A4.“As far as I know, we would have to go to the country and sue the group”, said Yu. “I assume that it is not a big deal for big companies, but it”s quite hard for a small company like us”.Major players such as SM Entertainment, YG Entertainment and JYP Entertainment, Korea”s big three music agencies, have all also had similar issues with imitation groups in recent years.

Boys Republic Reveal What It's Like to Be K-Pop Idols At MTV World Stage Malaysia

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Boys Republic Reveal What It's Like to Be K-Pop Idols At MTV World Stage Malaysia


(Photo : Emi/Liza)

With colourful neon lights shining across the Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon together with blazing firepower ligniting the stage, you have seen their amazing debut at the MTV World Stage Malaysia 2014. Boys Republic 2nd visit to Malaysia certainly went beyond the sugar-candy K-pop performance in that prestige World Stage. This five-membered group consists of Onejunn, Sunwoo Sungjun, Minsu and Suwoong also shared some interesting stories and revealed some facts exclusively for their fans.

12 of the best k-drama style music videos

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12 of the best k-drama style music videos

We all love watching Korean dramas. Most of us are probably even guilty of neglecting the real world from time to time so we can go on K-drama benders and marathon our favorite shows.

They suck you in, make you laugh and cry, and keep you glued to your seat because you just HAVE to know if your favorite couple is going to end up together, or if the handsome spy is going to survive until the end. But K-dramas aren’t just exclusive to TV. Here’s a list of some of the best music videos with K-drama style plots!

12 Amazing K-Drama Style Music Videos By K-Pop Idols

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12 Amazing K-Drama Style Music Videos By K-Pop Idols

We all love watching Korean dramas. Most of us are probably even guilty of neglecting the real world from time to time so we can go on K-drama benders and marathon our favorite shows.

They suck you in, make you laugh and cry, and keep you glued to your seat because you just HAVE to know if your favorite couple is going to end up together, or if the handsome spy is going to survive until the end. But K-dramas aren’t just exclusive to TV. Here’s a list of some of the best music videos with K-drama style plots!

LIVE UPDATE: Korean idols send condolences over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

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LIVE UPDATE: Korean idols send condolences over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

A number of celebrities have sent their condolences, expressing their sadness on their respective social networking accounts following the fatal car crash that took the life of Ladies’ Code’s EunB’s life, and now just recently RiSe. On September 3rd, Ladies’ Code were involved in a major car accident after their van slipped down a slippery road, hitting the expressway’s wall. A total of seven passengers including the driver were revealed to be in the van.

Throughout the coverage of the accident, it was revealed that EunB, aged 22, passed away on the scene. Now, news has been revealed that member RiSe has also passed away, after receiving numerous surgeries.

Osen releases emotional narrative on Ladies’ Code RiSe and her family at hospital

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Osen releases emotional narrative on Ladies’ Code RiSe and her family at hospital

Osen has released a short narrative telling the story of RiSe from start to finish, for 105 hours. In the narrative, they talk about RiSe’ mother and the heartbreaking cries she made while waiting for RiSe to wake up.

Girl group ladies’ code RiSe passed away. After fighting endlessly for 105 hours, RiSe sadly did not wake up.

Ladies Code were on their way back home from Daegu after a music program recording, around 1:30 am, where they were involved in a tragic accident that resulted death of EunB.

LIVE: Idols send heartbreaking messages on Twitter over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

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LIVE: Idols send heartbreaking messages on Twitter over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

A number of celebrities have sent their condolences, expressing their sadness on their respective social networking accounts following the fatal car crash that took the life of Ladies’ Code’s EunB’s life, and now just recently RiSe. On September 3rd, Ladies’ Code were involved in a major car accident after their van slipped down a slippery road, hitting the expressway’s wall. A total of seven passengers including the driver were revealed to be in the van.

Throughout the coverage of the accident, it was revealed that EunB, aged 22, passed away on the scene. Now, news has been revealed that member RiSe has also passed away, after receiving numerous surgeries.