Crush Receives Dog Owner Training On There Is No Such Thing As A Bad Dog

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Crush receives dog owner training on 'There is No Such Thing as a Bad Dog'
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Crush receives dog owner training on 'There is No Such Thing as a Bad Dog'

Crush recently made an appearance on EBS's 'There is No Such Thing as a Bad Dog' season 2, where he got dog training advice after revealing his dog's aggressive tendencies. 

During the broadcast, the singer revealed that his dog, Dooyou (soy milk), is aggressive towards other people. In front of his owner, the dog is lovable and cute, but when it comes to meeting new people, Dooyou will turn into a devil to the extent where he bites people's fingers.

Crush further shared an instance when his father came to visit, and the dog bit his father's nose. Hearing the situation, dog behavior specialist Kang Hyung Wook stated that Dooyou's timid nature results in more aggressive behavior toward strangers due to Dooyou's intentions to keep Crush and his home safe from danger. As a result, Crush received training to fix his dog's behavior. 

G-Friend Is No Girl Crush with “Fingertip”
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G-Friend Is No Girl Crush with “Fingertip”

Riding on today’s fourth wave of feminism, the idea of having a “girl crush” is something that’s become wildly popular in recent years. Just from Twitter alone I’m reminded through every #WCW (Woman Crush Wednesday) of who my fellow females look up to: Maggie Cheung, Kiko Mizuhara, Susan Sontag, Emma Watson, Michelle Obama, etc. The list goes on and on. What unites the candidates is the veneration women have for them, or the desire to wield the same awe-inspiring combination of intelligence/beauty/badassery their girl crushes already possess.

Yoo Seung Ho and INFINITE's L hint at their first encounter in new stills from 'Monarch - Owner of the Mask'
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Yoo Seung Ho and INFINITE's L hint at their first encounter in new stills from 'Monarch - Owner of the Mask'

'Monarch - Owner of the Mask', awaiting its premiere this May, revealed new stills of lead actors Yoo Seung Ho and INFINITE's L!

The two actors will be playing two men born into very different circumstances, but who happen to share the same name Lee Sun, in the upcoming drama. Yoo Seung Ho plays the role of the crown prince Lee Sun, who fights against a powerful organization opposed to the royalty. INFINITE's L plays a lowly working class son named Lee Sun, with a genius brain he's unable to put to any use because of his status.

B1A4's Baro receives praise for his autistic role in drama special 'Viva Ensemble'
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B1A4's Baro receives praise for his autistic role in drama special 'Viva Ensemble'

B1A4's Baro received praise for his acting in the KBS2 drama special 'Viva Ensemble'.

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The one-episode drama, which aired on April 20 to commemorate Disabled Person's Day in Korea, told the story of a genius conductor Seo Ki Chan (played by Jung Tae Woo). He becomes a conductor to an orchestra made up of youths with autism, and after getting to know and understand the kids in his orchestra, the 'Viva Ensemble', he puts on a memorable performance. 

Reddy sings 'Do My Thing' live with Cheetah & Paloalto on 'Dingo Music'
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Reddy sings 'Do My Thing' live with Cheetah & Paloalto on 'Dingo Music'

Releasing his first full album in three years titled 'Universe,' rapper Reddy performed "Do My Thing" live featuring Cheetah and Paloalto on 'Dingo Music.'

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The trio lounge on the couch singing "Do My Thing" under dim lights, presenting a cool and hip vibe.

Check out the performance above, it might be the highlight of your day.

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