Cnblues Yong Hwas Concept For That Girl Upsets Feminists

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CNBLUE's Yong Hwa's Concept For 'That Girl' Upsets Feminists?
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CNBLUE's Yong Hwa's Concept For 'That Girl' Upsets Feminists?

Unfortunately, it appears that CNBLUE's talented lead singer Yong Hwa struck a cord of anger with fans over his new song "That Girl." This reason why might leave you in shocking agreement or utter disbelief.

Yong Hwa's song "That Girl" is a fun, light hearted, pop rock track that features AOMG rapper Loco and contains lots of energy and flirty lyrics. However, some fans felt that the flirty lyrics towards a "girly, girl" wasn't winning over the ladies at all.

Fans criticized the song saying that the lyrics belittled women and reference Korea's typical social hierarchywithin gender roles. The strong criticism appeared due to the emphasis on a women's delicate and girly image being better than any other. Listeners felt the lyrics reflected that traditionalframe and expectations society and families have put on women, making the pressuring label fun and charming instead of a serious issue.

Netizens find the debut concept of YG's new 'girl group' hilarious
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Netizens find the debut concept of YG's new 'girl group' hilarious

All the buzz on online communities have been about 'Neon Pink', allegedly a new "girl group" debuting under YG Entertainment as Black Pink's hoobaes!

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The "girl group" members in question are none other than the 4 WINNER members, who were spotted wearing bright, neon pink wigs during a fansign event!

Netizens divided up the members by what they would be in charge of after "debuting", such as the member who is kind to kids as well as the only member sporting a two-tone hair style (aka Kang Seung Yoon):

Cute Concept Girl Group Dances Get More Challenging
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Cute Concept Girl Group Dances Get More Challenging

When most people think of the choreography of cute concept girl groups, they imagine trend gesture-focused choreography with simplistic moves, which can often be seen as inferior to the more difficult choreographies of many boy groups, resulting in the false perception that these groups lack strong dancers. However, some girl groups as of late have been challenging these assumptions. GFriend’s “Fingertip,” Oh My Girl’s “Coloring Book,” and Red Velvet’s “Rookie” all employ choreography that is markedly more physically demanding than what most have come to associate with cute concept girl groups. Yet groups such as Twice, Gugudan, and I.O.I demonstrate that trend gesture choreography has not completely died out.

Fans Of CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa And Lee Jung Shin Make Generous Donations To Children In Need
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Fans Of CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa And Lee Jung Shin Make Generous Donations To Children In Need

CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa and Lee Jung Shin have some generous fans!

It has been revealed that Jung Yong Hwa and his fan clubs have donated 1,100 kilograms (approximately 2,400 pounds) of rice to children in need. The donation has been made to commemorate the 2017 CNBLUE LIVE Between Us in SEOUL concert that had been held on June 3 and June 4. Jung Yong Hwa and his fans are known for their philanthropy, consistently donating and volunteering every year.

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CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa Confirms Solo Comeback
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CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa Confirms Solo Comeback

On June 19, reports revealed that CNBLUEs Jung Yong Hwa is preparing to release a solo album in July.

The singer last released his solo track One Fine Day in January 2015 making his upcoming release a comeback in approximately a year and six months.

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Following CNBLUEs recent activities, Jung Yong Hwa has been focusing on his solo album since March. He intends to release music that is different from CNBLUEs style. It was previously revealed that Jung Yong Hwa has been working with songwriters from New York.