More than 50 million fans tuned into a virtual concert series by BTS over the weekend.
Two former K-pop stars had their prison sentences for gang-rape and spycam crimes significantly reduced on Tuesday, after a scandal that rocked South Korea last year.
Today, 50-year-old Korean-American singer Yang Joon-il is enjoying an unlikely comeback, re-discovered by the YouTube and social media generation through online clips.
Tushar is an Australian songwriter and record producer of Indian-origin, who co-wrote "Home" for the K-pop super band BTS, and also worked with words to create Demi Lovato's "Sober" and Chris Brown's "Zero". He has also worked with the K-pop stars Blackpink, besides deejay Steve Aoki and Backstreet Boys.
A K-pop superstar, beauty queens and TV personalities are among a growing wave of celebrities backing Thailand's pro-democracy movement, sending out messages of support to millions of followers on social media.
Fans of BTS tuned in to an online concert by the K-pop boyband on Saturday, holding their signature light sticks and sharing messages in a chatroom.
Blackpink’s rapper, Lalisa Manoban topped the Twitter with the hashtag #WeLoveYouLisa in much countries where the fans of Lisa tweeted millions of tweets around the world to express their strong love for her.
BTS will perform at the MTV Music Awards for the first time ever. The K-pop band will be featured during the ceremony on 30 August, MTV announced on Tuesday.
The British singer said she was drugged at a restaurant on her birthday before being held captive in her own home and taken to a foreign country. The 35-year-old Welsh singer, whose full name is Aimee Duffy, first revealed her ordeal in February and revealed more details of being kidnapped on her web page.