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Watch: Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Cover Super Junior, BTS, SHINee, SEVENTEEN, Infinite, BEAST + On-Site Ranking
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Watch: Produce 101 Season 2 Trainees Cover Super Junior, BTS, SHINee, SEVENTEEN, Infinite, BEAST + On-Site Ranking

The latest episode of Mnets Produce 101 Season 2, which aired April 28 KST, saw the continuation of group battles covering popular songs from K-pop boy groups.

Last week, contestants performed 2PMs 10 Out of 10 and EXOs hit song Call Me Baby. This week, viewers saw performances of Super Juniors Sorry Sorry, BTSs Boy in Luv, SHINees Replay, SEVENTEENs Mansae, Infinites Be Mine, and BEASTs Shock.

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While many expected the Avengers (Group 1 performing Boy in Luv) team to win the overall group battle on-site scoring, the Group 1 that performed SEVENTEENs Mansae (Park Woo Dam, Joo Won Tak, Kim Yeon Guk, Woo Jin Young, Kim Tae Dong) took first place, despite an unexpected member loss, and Park Woo Dam, the main vocal of the group, ranked first for the contestants. He commented, I thought people would only like good-looking trainees, but thank you.

Former BEAST Member Jang Hyunseung Reportedly Preparing For Solo Album
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Former BEAST Member Jang Hyunseung Reportedly Preparing For Solo Album

It looks like Jang Hyunseung will be returning as a solo artist soon!

It has been reported that the former BEAST member has recently started working on his second solo album. Although he worked with famous producer Black Eyed Pilseung for his first solo mini-album My back in 2015, he will be collaborating with rookie composers this time to try out some diverse styles of music.

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Previously, Cube Entertainment announced that BEAST would be reformed with Jang Hyunseung and two other new members, which he denied. His most recent activity in the music scene was a collaboration track with singer Oh Ye Ri.

[Photos] Added new poster and stills for the Korean documentary 'Blue Butterfly Effect'
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[Photos] Added new poster and stills for the Korean documentary 'Blue Butterfly Effect'

Added new poster and stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Blue Butterfly Effect" (2017)

Directed by Park Moon-chil

"Is a missile more important than people?

"Nowhere in Korea is possible as long as our children are in it!"

A struggle occurred in the relatively conservative district of Kyeongsang-do, Seongju because of the THAAD deployment. In the center of it, were young mothers. The struggle started out of worry that their children will be harmed by the radioactive rays, although the more they learn about it, THAAD is a weapon that this country doesn't need. These women who were indifferent to social matters are now leaders demanding for peace and founded a community to fight against what they don't believe in. However, the governor of Seongju betrays the people and gives into the THAAD deplayment and the struggle hits a wall...

Upcoming Korean documentary
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Upcoming Korean documentary "Blue Butterfly Effect"

Added the upcoming Korean documentary "Blue Butterfly Effect"'s page to HanCinema database

"Blue Butterfly Effect" (2017)

Directed by Park Moon-chil

"Is a missile more important than people?

"Nowhere in Korea is possible as long as our children are in it!"

A struggle occurred in the relatively conservative district of Kyeongsang-do, Seongju because of the THAAD deployment. In the center of it, were young mothers. The struggle started out of worry that their children will be harmed by the radioactive rays, although the more they learn about it, THAAD is a weapon that this country doesn't need. These women who were indifferent to social matters are now leaders demanding for peace and founded a community to fight against what they don't believe in. However, the governor of Seongju betrays the people and gives into the THAAD deplayment and the struggle hits a wall...

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[HanCinema's Film Review] "Blue Butterfly Effect"

The THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) missile system is, we are assured, necessary to defend against the North Koreans. There's just one problem- THAAD has to be physically placed somewhere in South Korea. And former President Park Geun-hye's administration chose poorly when they decided to place THAAD near Seongju, a location with enough of a local population to push back against the prospect of an advanced electromagnetic weapons system being deployed near their children.

"Blue Butterly Effect" is immediately focused on the local anti-THAAD movement in Seongju, which increased their awareness through blue butterfly ribbons which dispersed among activist communities in southeastern Korea and beyond. But the documentary is also valuable as a sort of window into what exactly the South Korean left has been doing under the last couple of conservative administrations. Which is, mostly, get mad at the government for making big decisions arbitrarily without consulting or even thinking they need to consult the people in the communities most immediately affected.