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JYP Entertainment Announces Title And Logo Of Upcoming Boy Group Survival Program
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JYP Entertainment Announces Title And Logo Of Upcoming Boy Group Survival Program

JYP Entertainment and Mnets new boy group survival program has finally announced its title!

On September 21, JYP Entertainment revealed their new program will be titled Stray Kids, which refers to idols who have left home, and also captures the mindset of being free from standardization and stereotypes. The program is receiving a lot of interest, as the agency and Mnet have also previously created survival programs which have resulted in groups such as 2PM, GOT7, and TWICE.

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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.

Jellyfish Entertainment Apologizes For Sketchbook Incident In VIXX Box Video
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Jellyfish Entertainment Apologizes For Sketchbook Incident In VIXX Box Video

On May 24 KST, VIXX released a preview for 2017 VIXX Box, a video that was supposed to commemorate the groups recent 5th anniversary. The preview announced that the full video would come later that day at 5 p.m.

However, the full video is currently not available anywhere on the channel.

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Screenshots online and on social media soon garnered attention and controversy due to swear words that VIXXs Ken had apparently written in a sketchbook during the video. This was speculated to be the reason that VIXX had quickly taken down the full video, leaving only the preview on the channel.

How Ravi & Jellyfish Entertainment Reacted To 'BOMB' MV Controversy
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How Ravi & Jellyfish Entertainment Reacted To 'BOMB' MV Controversy

VIXX's Ravi just dropped MV for his new song "BOMB" as his solo debut but it received a lot of controversies. He then said his apology for not being careful about some scenes in the MV.

On his Twitter account posted on Jan. 9, Ravi left a message for everyone that he was really sorry for some scenes in "BOMB" MV that caused discomfort. Some scenes on the music video contained objectification of women and he sincerely said his apology for not being careful, Soompireported.

VIXX's agency, Jellyfish Entertainment, also released their official statement saying that the agency took full responsibility on that. They also added that they promised to continue working hard and producing more good music.

Produce 101 Season 2 Announces Top 35 + Reveals Tentative Group Lineups For Next Challenge
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Produce 101 Season 2 Announces Top 35 + Reveals Tentative Group Lineups For Next Challenge

The time has come once again, where we must unfortunately bid farewell to many talented trainees on Produce 101 Season 2.

On the May 26 broadcast of the show, the top 35 contestants who will be moving on to the next challenge were revealed. The ranking is based on the combination of online votes and live audience voting from the previous position-based challenge. Any bonuses earned by top contenders in each team and category during the previous challenge were also added to the final score.