Over the weekend, BTS’ Jungkook continued smashing records while LOONA and IVE prepared for their upcoming concerts. Gallup Korea shares poll results for the country’s most influential artists of 2022Image via Getty ImagesIn 2007, research institute Gallup Korea began taking surveys to decide the country’s most influential celebrities. Meanwhile, singer Lim Young Woong was Korea’s top artist for those aged 40 or over. DAY6’s Young K covers Bobby Helms’s ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ to celebrate the holidaysImage via JYP EntertainmentChristmas came early for DAY6 fans. We’re less than a week away from the globe’s most beloved holiday (and all its variations), and DAY6’s Young K felt the need to spread the Christmas cheer with his own cover of Bobby Helms’ “Jingle Bell Rock.” For anyone interested, here’s Young K’s cover.
Red Velvet is a female Korean pop group composed of five members: Irene, Joy, Seulgi, Wendy, and Yeri. Red Velvet’s first single was titled “Happiness,” which landed at number four on Billboard’s World Digital Songs chart. If you have only recently become familiar with Red Velvet, and are looking to get to know each of its members a bit better, this is the place for you. WendySon Seung Wan, also known as Wendy, is the main vocalist of Red Velvet, and she’s 28 years old. Now that you know more about Red Velvet’s members, it’s time to dig into their group and solo discographies.2 months ago We Got This Covered
Here are some of the best Korean dramas to look out for in 2023. Squid Game (Season 2)The long-awaited second season of this global chart-topping phenomenon Squid Game is coming back to screens soon. The creator of the Korean drama, Hwang Dong-hyuk, predicts that the next batch of episodes won’t be ready for release until the end of 2023, at the earliest. As indicated by posts shared on social media, filming for All of Us Are Dead season two has already begun and will definitely premiere in 2023. The second season of the show is one of the most anticipated Korean dramas right now, especially as there are so many loose ends to tie up.1 month ago We Got This Covered
Check out our predictions below, and tune in on Tuesday the 10th to find out who the big winners are. FilmImage via A24Best Motion Picture, DramaNominees: Avatar: The Way of Water (20th Century Studios), Elvis (Warner Bros.), The Fabelmans (Universal Pictures), Tár (Focus Features), Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount Pictures). Spielberg has the odds here, but he also has a shelf full of Globes already. Who we think will win: Daniel KwanBest Screenplay, Motion PictureJonathan Hession/ Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. On one hand, you’ve got comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short.29 days ago We Got This Covered
Reading webtoons and webcomics online has continued to become an increasingly popular activity for comic fans. Many webtoon reading sites and apps are free, and some have subscription models that allow you to pay for certain perks. Whatever your preference is, here are seven of the best places to read webtoons online. NetcomicsImage via NetcomicsNetcomics is one of the best sites to read free comics as they have one of the largest collections of free webtoons. With components like their recommended section, Popular Comics, and New Releases, readers can stay up to date on the site and read the best works.2 months ago We Got This Covered
There’s no doubt K-Pop groups have some of the most dedicated fanbases in all of fandom. K-Pop fans will dutifully purchase albums, collect merch, and wave their favorite groups’ lightsticks at their concert. Before lightsticks, fans would wear colors associated with their fandom and bring the same-colored balloons to concerts. To recognize some of the industry’s top lightsticks, we’ve created a list ranking ten of our favorite K-Pop lightsticks based on creativity, design, and general vibes. The Caratbong lights up in the official fandom colors, Rose Quartz and Serenity, and features a stunning diamond-shaped light.1 month ago We Got This Covered
News surrounding BLACKPINK‘s possible transfer from the powerhouse YG Entertainment started flooding the internet earlier today. BLACKPINK is reportedly leaving YG Entertainment and will be moving to The Black Label. YG Entertainment has vehemently denied BLACKPINK’s transfer to The Black Label. “Don’t celebrate literally look at Somi,” one fan replied, referring to Somi’s own spaced-out singles and albums while under The Black Label. The old-school group was let go by YG Entertainment in favor of debuting BLACKPINK instead.1 month ago We Got This Covered
Expect spoken word performances, art-making, food, and live music, including a performance by Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles. 2022 Los Angeles Brewsology -> Los Angeles Brewsoloy returns to the California Science Center this Saturday with a selection of 150 beers and 50 breweries. Los Angeles Taco & Margarita Festival -> The Taco and Margarita Festival takes over The Torch at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Saturday with more than just tacos and margaritas. Korean Kimchi Festival LA -> The Korean Kimchi Festival comes to the courtyard of Ovation Hollywood this Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. The free event features kimchi making demos, tastings, kid friendly activities, influencer segments, stand up comedy and more.2 months ago We Like L.A.