In a recent turn of events that has taken the internet by storm, a series of protest trucks were spotted outside the HYBE headquarters, the renowned entertainment company behind the global K-pop sensation, BTS. The trucks, adorned with banners, criticized HYBE for alleged discrimination against certain BTS members and purported negligence in protecting them from malicious online comments and baseless rumors.
BTS, the globally renowned group, has reaffirmed their journey with HYBE·Big Hit Music by renewing their contracts. At the heart of this commitment, cherished by countless fans, lies the deep trust between Bang Si-Hyuk and the members.
K-pop idols have undeniably become a global phenomenon. K-Trot singers are also receiving more love than ever before. In response, News1 has launched [Star1Pick], a one-stop platform where fans can find the latest photos, news articles, and trending videos of these stars. News1, in conjunction with [Star1Pick], introduces the top 5 figures from 'K-pop Idols' and 'K-pop Trot Stars' who have garnered the most attention over the past two weeks, aiming to provide fans with the latest information and utmost enjoyment.
In the dynamic realm of K-Pop, where visuals and settings play a pivotal role in storytelling, it's intriguing to observe how different artists can metamorphose a singular location into a myriad of mesmerizing tales. This phenomenon was recently exemplified by two of the industry's titans, BTS and ITZY, as they both chose the same filming backdrop but spun entirely different narratives.
BTS's Jungkook continues his box-office success streak. Last month, Jungkook's debut solo single "Seven" clinched the number one spot on Billboard's 'Global 200' and 'Excludes U.S.' charts for four consecutive weeks.