Did Block Bs Jaehyo Ever Get Envious Of Zicos Success

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Block Bs Jaehyo Opens Up About What He Thinks Of Zicos Success
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Block Bs Jaehyo Opens Up About What He Thinks Of Zicos Success

Block Bs Jaehyo talked about what he thinks about Zicos popularity with the general public as a fellow group member.

On August 29, MBC Every1s Video Star aired the National Idol Special! Show, Home Champion special featuring guests Kim Chung Ha, Block Bs Jaehyo, B1A4s Shinwoo and Gongchan, Crayon Pops Ellin, and FIESTARs Yezi.

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During their discussion, Jaehyo received a question asking if he was ever jealous of Zico being the most well-known member of the group.

Did Block B's Jaehyo ever get envious of Zico's success?
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Did Block B's Jaehyo ever get envious of Zico's success?

Block B's Jaehyo shared thoughts on fellow member Zico's outstanding success.

On the August 29 airing of 'Video Star', the MCs mentioned Zico's vital role in the group and asked Jaehyo, "Zico works really hard. Have you ever gotten envious of him?"

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Jaehyo responded, "Never. Zico writes our songs, distributes the parts, and also does the producing. Zico's success is Block B's success." 

Watch: San E Thanks Bolbbalgan4 For Success Of Chart Topping Track Mohae + Making Video
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Watch: San E Thanks Bolbbalgan4 For Success Of Chart Topping Track Mohae + Making Video

On May 23, San E released a new track titled Mohae and, as of 1 a.m. KST on May 24, the track has been holding steady at the top of various major music charts. San E expressed that he had preoccupations when releasing his track, as it would be competing against popular artists like PSY, TWICE, and IU.

One of the reasons for the songs success is the harmonious synergy between San E and talented duo Bolbbalgan4, who featured on the track. Both teams are known for their unique and pleasing sounds, which led to a memorable collaboration. Furthermore, the song tells a refreshingly witty story of a text message conversation between a man and woman, which many listeners found themselves relating to.

TWICE's JYP Entertainment to Buy New Building Along with Group's Success
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TWICE's JYP Entertainment to Buy New Building Along with Group's Success

JYP Entertainment is getting a new building. And the label is mainly reaping the rewards of their artist TWICE's global earnings.

According to a report by Koreaboo, the value of the label's stocks exponentially along with the skyrocketing success of the nine-member K-pop girl group since they debuted in 2015. Based on records, the profits of JYPE doubled from last year's numbers and their business profits rose by 442 percent which is a tremendous achievement for any business.

Because of TWICE's growing popularity since they released their first single "Like OOH-AHH," "Cheer Up," "TT," "Knock Knock" and now "Signal", JYP Entertainment managed to cash in on the girls' success in the Korean and international markets. The first half of 2017 has not even finished but JYP has already net ₩21.9 billion KRW in sales profits and ₩3.8 billion KRW in business profits. This translates to a combined estimated total of almost $23 million USD.

SEVENTEEN Experiences Explosive Success With Sales For Their Latest Comeback Album Al1
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SEVENTEEN Experiences Explosive Success With Sales For Their Latest Comeback Album Al1

SEVENTEEN continues to rise in the ranks of K-pop artists and have shown a great deal of growth both in their music style and in popularity as well.

Their latest album, Al1, was released on May 22 at 6 p.m. KST and has experienced a great deal of success both domestically and internationally. The album topped Hanteos album charts and has sold well over 80,000 copies, as of 1:30 p.m. KST on the third day since the albums release, according to Dispatch. In comparison, their previous mini-album Going Seventeen sold 50,000 albums in three days.