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EXO's D.O. wins 'Rookie of the Year' at the '2017 Korean Movie Shining Star Awards'
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EXO's D.O. wins 'Rookie of the Year' at the '2017 Korean Movie Shining Star Awards'

EXO's D.O.won the Rookie of the Year Award at the '2017 Korean Movie Shining Star Awards'!

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On July 4, D.O. has managed to take the Rookie of the Year Award at the award show through his film 'Hyung'. He said, "I will experience more and work harder to become an even better actor in the future." He has been gaining much praise for his acting skills for the past couple years and is now winning awards that give him the recognition he deserves.

Oh My Girl perform a 68-year-old Korean song on 'Immortal Song'
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Oh My Girl perform a 68-year-old Korean song on 'Immortal Song'

Oh My Girl returned to the old school days on the July 15 composer Park Shi Choon special of 'Immortal Song'.

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In '60s school uniforms, Oh My Girl covered Baek Nan Ah's 68-year-old song "Sweet 18", which is a perfect song for the rookie girl group. Before performing on stage, Oh My Girl said, "It's a song released in 1949, but all our members knew it," remarking on the longevity of the song.

The audience loved Oh My Girl's throwback to the old hit as well as their stage outfits, but it was married couple Yoo Sung Eun and Bong Goo who took the final win.

[Photos] Rockin' new poster and image for the upcoming Korean documentary
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[Photos] Rockin' new poster and image for the upcoming Korean documentary "Bamseom Pirates Seoul Inferno"

Rockin' new poster and image for the upcoming Korean documentary "Bamseom Pirates Seoul Inferno" (2017)

Directed by Jung Yoon-suk-I

The Bamseom Pirates from Korea make music appropriate to our sick society: a hundred songs in ten minutes, that kind of thing. This at times noisy, but also sparkling, activist and often humorous documentary reports on the resistance offered by these punk musicians to hypocritical, conservative money-grabbers and their often violent hold on society.

Korean army votes on which female idol could survive guerrilla training
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Korean army votes on which female idol could survive guerrilla training

Korean soldiers voted Gugudans Sejeong as the top female idol who would do well in receiving guerilla training.

Guerilla training is a high-intensity training program involving tactics, strategy, and organization in warfare, and a group consisting of 1276 military personnel voted on which female idol member would do well in receiving the training.

The poll was conducted by The Korea Defense Daily, Koreas military newspaper, and almost a quarter of participants (24.8%) voted Gugudans Sejeong would do very well based on her physical strength and vibrant personality.

Dumbfoundead Breaks into the Korean Scene with Foreigner
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Dumbfoundead Breaks into the Korean Scene with Foreigner

Dumbfoundead, Dummy, Parker no matter what you call him, it’s been established that Dumbfoundead is known for his battle raps and lyricism. It should come as no surprise then, that Foreigner, his first album under Korean record label Born Ctzn, continues to show just how clever Dumbfoundead really is. With tracks that meld Korean and English, plus a title track that puts the exclamation point on the message of the album, Foreigner may be the hip-hop album this year needed.