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Just as it used to be about to hit 150 million views, Girls’ Generations‘ music video for “Gee” has been removed by skill of YouTube because of a copyright claim.
While the hasn’t been a transparent explanation why for the copyright understand and video removal, many are speculating that it's miles due to the YouTube’s new paid video provider “YouTube Red.” Video partners who do now not settle for the hot terms of service chance having their videos unavailable in spaces or maybe disappear.
“Gee,” like many of SM Entertainment‘s older music videos, became uploaded by their older sment YouTube account. They switched over to their SMTOWN YouTube account in 2011 and reuploaded many in their videos. The reupload of “Gee” on that channel” has lower than one million views.
On September 28, in birthday celebration of Chuseok, KBS posted a video on their legitimate Facebook of the preferred Song triplets from “Superman Returns” with the caption, “Which triplets video gained the most view counts?”
The clip that has the most view counts on YouTube is published to be one of Song Manse and his intoxicating cuteness. The clip no longer handiest displays his childlike glee whilst jumping around yet also captures his healthy appetite. Fanatics can not assist but fall in love with Manse back after staring at the video.
Tao currently had his Chinese solo music video blocked from YouTube on his legitimate channel because of a copyright claim via SM Entertainment, and now the firm is taking further steps to block other copies of the music video from the website online.
Tao has introduced solo activities in China after leaving his team EXO without achieving an agreement with SM Entertainment. On July 23, he released a solo album named “T.A.O.” At the similar time, he also uploaded a music video for the name track on YouTube and other webwebsite onlines.
in step with megastar News, SM Entertainment will now be making requests for re-uploaded versions of Tao’s music video to be blocked on YouTube. here is because Tao is still bound to his contract with SM Entertainment.
The film"s casting agency first saw Korean-American actress Stella Choe in the video "What Kind Of Asian Are You?" It"s a funny video that deals with a serious subject, the assumption that Asian Americans are somehow less American than anyone else. In Choe"s video a man assumes she must be from "somewhere else" and starts to talk to her about Asian food even though she was born in the USA. She begins talking to him as if he was British because she ironically assumes his ancestors probably came from Britain. The popular video was shared on many a Facebook page.
Choe and a friend made the video for fun. Chose has acted for a while but never landed a big role. She had no idea the video would serve as an audition piece and land her a role in a Korean box office hit. The YouTube video won her an audition with another 200 actresses and a few months later learned that she won the part.
In "Ode To My Father" Choe plays the American-born daughter of a Korean woman adopted by a family in the U.S. During the Korean War the woman was separated from her brother and the other members of her family. Her long-lost brother, who remained in Korea, finally sees her on a television program that helps to reunite families separated by the war. He recognizes her from her story and the siblings meet once more.
Another program k-drama lovers may enjoy is Fridays with Feiii, which features makeup tutorials inspired by k-drama actors and actresses in the latest dramas. For example, you can learn the basics of Krystals innocent yet alluring look in My Lovable Girl, Baek Jin Hees casual look in Pride and Prejudice or even learn how to give yourself a Birth of a Beauty makeover by watching Fridays with Feiii. Host Feiii uses easy-to-find cosmetics to achieve these k-celeb looks and shows you how to apply them.
Another program on theYouTube channel is Street Style Seoul. On the program Kelly and Kevin conduct street interviews highlighting the fashion seen on Seouls streets and talk about how these looks relate to the styles worn by actors on Korean dramas and k-pop celebrities such s G-Dragon.
The content provider has other series in the works including one featuring English K-drama soundtracks, a K-pop/Korean music news show with K-pop YouTubers and DramaFever news.
Released this past June, PSY’s “Hangover” MV currently has 164 million views on YouTube. The MV features world-class hip hop artist, Snoop Dogg. The two of them depict scenes of consuming copious amounts of alcohol and the effects of a hangover. The collaboration with Snoop Dogg, who now goes by the name, Snoop Lion, was one of the most highly anticipated music video for 2014. The music video did not fail to disappoint viewers as the two artists came together to deliver a comedic music video.
PSY is widely known for his “Gangnam Style” music video, which has recently broken the YouTube counter with over two billion hits.
EXO-K’s “Overdose” was the runner-up, and Girl’s Generation’s “Mr. Mr.” came in third for most viewed K-pop videos.
Shoeboxwill be the group"s second album release under YG Entertainment and eighth overall. Members Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz join forces with a long list of additional featured for the album including Big Bang member and label mate Taeyang, Dynamic Duo"s Gaeko, Jay Park, Younha, and Kim Jong Wan from the group Nell. Rappers and longtime collaborators MYK and Yankie will also appear on the album.
Epik High will drop an additional two music videos along with the Shoeboxrelease for "Spoiler" and "Happen Ending" and in addition to the usual route of network music show performances, will hold their first concert together in more than five years on November 15.
"Eyes, Nose, Lips" has captured many people' hearts with its simple yet sentimental piano melody which helps emphasize on Taeyang's vocal. Ever since the release date, the song immediately topped various online music charts not only in domestic but also in overseas countries.
Since the release of Tablo’s rendition of Taeyang’s “Eyes, Nose, Lips” on YG Entertainment’s official Youtube channel last June 25th, it was revealed that Tablo managed exceed 1 million views in just less than two days.