Jo Kwon Discusses The Possibility Of 2am Reunion

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Jo Kwon discusses the possibility of 2AM reunion
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Jo Kwon discusses the possibility of 2AM reunion

On July 25, Jo Kwon made a guest appearance on MBC FM4U '2 O'Clock Date with Ji Suk Jin', where he discussed the possibility of 2AM members reuniting.

When asked about the likelihood of the group getting back together, he responded, "We are all under different agencies. I'm the only one left at JYP but when we were signing the contracts, the labels agreed to support 2AM promotions when all four of us have the time and wish to promote." 

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SISTAR Discusses Breakup And Possibility Of Future Reunion In New Interview
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SISTAR Discusses Breakup And Possibility Of Future Reunion In New Interview

On June 1, SISTAR sat down for an interview to talk about their impending disbandment.

Regarding their breakup, Bora commented, It was our decision, but it is sad for us, too. However, we have lived for each other for seven years, so we decided to now go down paths to focus more on our individual selves.

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The members shared, We are not disbanding because we are sure of our future plans. Even if we promoted for a few more years, we would have been stuck in the same difficult situation, so we mustered up courage to make this decision now. They added, Honestly, we didnt have trouble with our agency or discord among the members. We have happily worked together for seven years, so we will now support each other on our individual paths. Age is not crucial when taking on a new challenge, but its impossible not to take it into consideration.

'Coffee Prince' Season 2 News: 'Coffee Prince' 10th Anniversary Presents Real Possibility Of Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun Hye Reunion
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'Coffee Prince' Season 2 News: 'Coffee Prince' 10th Anniversary Presents Real Possibility Of Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun Hye Reunion

Itsbeen 10 years since the phenomenally successful "Coffee Prince" aired on Korean television and captivated viewers not only locally but internationally as well. Fans have been clamoring for a second season with Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye for years but will this milestone anniversary finally trigger the much awaited "Coffee Prince" Season 2?

It can be recalled that way back in 2007, MBC was already considering the development of "Coffee Prince" Season 2. However, at the time, Gong Yoo was set to enlist for the military so any possible sequels filmed at the time would not include him, and this would defeat the purpose of the sequel.

WINNER Discusses A Possible Reunion With Nam Taehyun Some Day
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WINNER Discusses A Possible Reunion With Nam Taehyun Some Day

The WINNER members revealed that a reunion with Nam Taehyun may be possible if all the cards fall into place.

WINNER recently held an interview with Sportsworld, where they talked about how the group has changed since the departure of Nam Taehyun. First they discussed how the group dynamic shifted after Taehyun left. With 4 members instead of 5, they mentioned the difficulties of not having a set center.

Idol groups are generally centered around odd numbers of members because they want to make their performance around the center. We were worried at first when we reorganized our group and became 4 members. With no center, it became harder to concentrate [on choreography] and it became difficult.

WINNER Addresses The Possibility Of A Reunion With Nam Taehyun
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WINNER Addresses The Possibility Of A Reunion With Nam Taehyun

The WINNER members revealed that a reunion with Nam Taehyun may be possible if all the cards fall into place.

WINNER recently held an interview with Sportsworld, where they talked about how the group has changed since the departure of Nam Taehyun. First they discussed how the group dynamic shifted after Taehyun left. With 4 members instead of 5, they mentioned the difficulties of not having a set center.

Idol groups are generally centered around odd numbers of members because they want to make their performance around the center. We were worried at first when we reorganized our group and became 4 members. With no center, it became harder to concentrate [on choreography] and it became difficult.