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Meghan Trainor and The Kings Face: A Tale of Two Plagiarism Stories
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Meghan Trainor and The Kings Face: A Tale of Two Plagiarism Stories

Plagiarism in the Korean media industry has reared its head again in two different cases recently. One involves music and is an international allegation while the other deals with a movie versus a television show that is utilizing the same subject matter.

In the first situation, Meghan Trainor’s song “All About That Bass” has come under fire for its similarities to Koyote’s 2006 track “Happy Mode.” In the second matter, Jupiter Films has started legal action against KBS claiming the TV series The King’s Face, which has yet to be released, is infringing on their 2013 movie The Face Reader.

Sechskies' Kang Sung Hoon says he can't forget the time an H.O.T fan spat on his face
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Sechskies' Kang Sung Hoon says he can't forget the time an H.O.T fan spat on his face

Kang Sung Hoon of Sechskiestalked about an unforgettable memory with an H.O.T fan.

On the June 1 episode of 'Life Bar', Sechskies joined as the guest and chatted about their immense fandom, rivalry with H.O.T, and more.

During the talk, the MCs asked if their fans really got into fights with the fans of H.O.T. Eun Ji Wonresponded, "It's just rumored among the fans. I've never seen it myself."

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BIGBANG's T.O.P. Could Face 5 Years In Prison? Government Conspiracy Involved In Rapper's Drug Charges?
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BIGBANG's T.O.P. Could Face 5 Years In Prison? Government Conspiracy Involved In Rapper's Drug Charges?

As more details about the investigation on BIGBANG T.O.P's drug investigation surfaces, netizens believe that a government conspiracy may be involved in the recent developments. Many users on social media are expecting that T.O.P may not get out of the drug charges as quickly as previous YG artists because of this.

According to a report by All K-pop, some netizens have started bringing out similar drug scandals involving BIGBANG leader G-Dragon and former 2NE1 member Park Bom several years back. It can be recalled that G-Dragon was also investigated for marijuana use in 2011 but eventually received a suspension of the indictment. Unlike T.O.P, however, G-Dragon denied using the drug at all. In 2014, former 2NE1 member Park Bom was found to have tried to smuggle in amphetamines from the US back in 2010 but the case was suspended by prosecutors. At the time, YG Boss Yang Hyun Suk explained in a lengthy social media post that Park Bom was receiving the drugs to treat a medical condition and that they were prescribed by her doctors.

According To Koreans, Your Pinky Finger Can Reveal Your Personality Secrets
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According To Koreans, Your Pinky Finger Can Reveal Your Personality Secrets

Koreans believe many traits are indicators of what personality a person has, including the length of their pinky fingers!

There are three different pinky finger lengths people have in relation to their first knuckle on their ring finger.

The pinky finger can be exactly at the first knuckle line, extend beyond the line, or be shorter than the line. Each of these lengths correlates with a totally different type of personality, especially in how one communicates and interacts with the world around them.

Don’t drink soju with Koreans until you know these important rules
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Don’t drink soju with Koreans until you know these important rules

Shaking your soju bottle before drinking it is an absolute must in South Korea. But, do you know why this is?

Soju is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in the world. Before starting to drink, its common practice to hit the neck of the bottle before drinking. Yet, many who follow this tradition still dont know why they do it!

The modern soju bottle uses a metal cap, while in the past, it would be closed with a cork. The custom of shaking the bottle comes from when these cheaply made corks were used. Parts of the cork would disintegrate and fall into the drink, so it was common for people to shake the bottle. This would cause the disintegrated parts of the cork to rise to the top. People would also hit the neck of the bottle to get rid of the crumbs of the cork powder.