AOAs Chanmi Releases Teaser For New Dance Performance Project
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AOAs Chanmi Releases Teaser For New Dance Performance Project

AOAs Chanmi has something new in store!

On June 26, FNC Entertainment released a teaser poster for Look at Mi, which they described as a dance performance project by AOA member Chanmi.

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LOOK AT MI D-2 POSTER OPEN!

DANCE PERFORMANCE PROJECT

6월 28일을 기대해주세요! #LOOKATMI #룩엣미 #CHANMI #찬미 #AOA #에이오에이 pic.twitter.com/bVAhxYkNiL

FNC Ent. (@FNC_ENT) June 26, 2017

Crush Drops Preview Of Tracks For Upcoming Release Outside
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Crush Drops Preview Of Tracks For Upcoming Release Outside

A highlight medley has been revealed for Crushs upcoming release!

On June 26 at 6 p.m. KST, his agency Amoeba Culture uploaded short clips of each of the three tracks Summer Love, Outside, and Dont Be Shy.

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As previously announced, Beenzino will be featuring in the title track Outside. It is also revealed through the preview that rapper Sik-K will feature in the third track, Dont Be Shy.

Outside is Crushs first release since wonderlust back in October 2016 and will be put out on June 30 at 6 p.m. KST.

Watch: Crush Drops Preview Of Tracks For Upcoming Release Outside
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Watch: Crush Drops Preview Of Tracks For Upcoming Release Outside

A highlight medley has been revealed for Crushs upcoming release!

On June 26 at 6 p.m. KST, his agency Amoeba Culture uploaded short clips of each of the three tracks Summer Love, Outside, and Dont Be Shy.

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As previously announced, Beenzino will be featuring in the title track Outside. It is also revealed through the preview that rapper Sik-K will feature in the third track, Dont Be Shy.

Outside is Crushs first release since wonderlust back in October 2016 and will be put out on June 30 at 6 p.m. KST.

A Pink Are All Smiles In New MV 'FIVE'
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A Pink Are All Smiles In New MV 'FIVE'

The wait is over as the cute and lovely ladies of A Pink have returned to the K-Pop scene with their latest MV "FIVE."

As always the song is elegant and charming as the girls look more delicate than ever! Their concept is angelic and sweet as the girls sing about time stopping and being together with someone they love after taking a break. The catchy chorus of "1, 2, 3, 4, 5" and the beckoning whisper of "Come back, come here" will instantly catch listeners attention! If it isn't just the fun lyrics, the energetic dance will win your heart as well!

Lookout Features Intense Face-Off Between The Characters Of Kim Young Kwang And His Enemy
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Lookout Features Intense Face-Off Between The Characters Of Kim Young Kwang And His Enemy

In a new episode of Lookout, Kim Young Kwangs character, Jang Do Han, confronts his archenemy Yoon Seung Ro (Choi Moo Sung).

On June 26, the production team of MBCs Lookout revealed stills of Jang Do Han and Yoon Seung Ro staring at each other with hostile expressions. Yoon Seung Ro is holding up Jang Do Hans face, which adds even more tension to the photos.

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In Lookout, Jang Do Han wants revenge against corrupted prosecutor Yoon Seung Ro. Contrary to the roles they are playing, Kim Young Kwang and Choi Moo Sung get along well on set. The two actors are known to care for each other, with Choi Moo Sung offering plenty of advice and compliments for Kim Young Kwang as a senior actor.

13 Girl Group Debuts First Half of 2017
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13 Girl Group Debuts First Half of 2017

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Every year new groups are constantly debuting. Let's take a look at 13 girl groups that have released a music video and/or performed on weekly music shows. The group's styles all range from as cute as the new youngest girl group, BONUSbaby, tough like H.U.B or sexy like A-SEED! Check out the video below and see if your favorite is mentioned here. If not tell us about them in the comments! There are many upcoming girl groups for the second half of 2017, so make sure to stick around with KpopStarz so that you do not miss them!

‘Produce 101’s Kim Yong Guk says trainees not in Wanna One are depressed during concert practice
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‘Produce 101’s Kim Yong Guk says trainees not in Wanna One are depressed during concert practice

'Produce 101' trainee Kim Yong Guk's words have rekindled concerns about the 'Produce 101' concert.

The 'concert team' had been heavily protested by fans who had been worried that the 24 boys who didn't make it into the top 11 would merely end up being back up dancers for the 11. While Mnethad stated that would not be the case, Chun Entertainment's Kim Yong Guk (Jin Long Guo)'s words during a live interview is causing concerns again.

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Rapper Wale Hints At Potential Second Collaboration With BTSs Rap Monster
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Rapper Wale Hints At Potential Second Collaboration With BTSs Rap Monster

BTSs Rap Monster and rapper Wale seem to be planning to team up to make new music again!

The American rapper and BTS leader previously collaborated on the track Change, which was released back in March. Rap Monster recently performed a bit of the song for fans during a live broadcast on Navers V Live, and fans sent a clip of his cute performance to Wale himself.

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@Wale look? rapmon sing Change how cute he was♥ pic.twitter.com/8ecdIPhJZa

[HanCinema’s Drama Review] “Lookout” Episodes 9 and 10
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[HanCinema’s Drama Review] “Lookout” Episodes 9 and 10

Do-han has a lot to take care of in this pair of episodes of "Lookout". Soo-ji's headstrong influence is powerful enough to convince even the skeptical Bo-mi that what's right needs to be done. This pits our justice fighters directly against Chief Prosecutor Yoon who is wily enough to be a worthy opponent.

Do-han manipulated Chief Oh who is discarded by Chief Prosecutor Yoon with very little fanfare. Yoon covered up all of Oh's wrongdoing, a show of his power. Now Do-han is taken in by Yoon who believes Do-han's vows of loyalty. This new role has Do-han working hard to maintain his smarmy persona as well as his role as Leader. Until now, we've understood his motivations, but he's been hard to like. But when we see him tearfully empathize with Soo-jin in secret, he becomes a human; a very, very fallible human. My hope is that he will reveal himself to the justice fighters and that they will all actively work together. It would be good for him to have people on which he can rely.

[HanCinema’s Drama Review] “Radiant Office” Episode 11
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[HanCinema’s Drama Review] “Radiant Office” Episode 11

The gumption that Ho-won found when she thought she was terminally ill continues to show itself, protecting her from the twisted workings of selfish people at the work place. That quality earns her the respect of Woo-jin, her friends, and most of her co-workers. In Korean society her behavior is unusual and I'm proud of her despite the fact that she's a fictional character. We need women like her standing up for women's rights, company worker rights, and people's rights in general.

Ho-won's outspoken nature wins her the admiration and respect of her boss, Woo-jin. He admires her honestly and her ability to learn from her mistakes. His strengths in talking straight don't earn him friends on the management level, but Ho-won very much respects not having to read into everything he says. The two have a mutual understanding of one another, and it's a beautiful start to a slow blooming romance. Woo-jin's understanding goes farther than his romantic interest -- he also takes care of Gi-taek and Kang-ho, two hard working young men. He works with integrity unlike many of the people in the company. His fellow manager, Park Sang-man, sucks up to earn points with the higher ups and just as quickly betrays to ensure his place in the company power rankings. He drags Jo Seok-kyeong, the hard-working female team lead, into his antics because he convinces her there is no other way for her to move up than to work in shady dealings. It is sad because her strength early on was her key point. But it is reflective of what women have to do to stay in the game in a money, power, and male driven society.