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Netizens find the debut concept of YG's new 'girl group' hilarious
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Netizens find the debut concept of YG's new 'girl group' hilarious

All the buzz on online communities have been about 'Neon Pink', allegedly a new "girl group" debuting under YG Entertainment as Black Pink's hoobaes!

SEE ALSO: WINNER revealed as the #1 winner of last week's 'Inkigayo'!

The "girl group" members in question are none other than the 4 WINNER members, who were spotted wearing bright, neon pink wigs during a fansign event!

Netizens divided up the members by what they would be in charge of after "debuting", such as the member who is kind to kids as well as the only member sporting a two-tone hair style (aka Kang Seung Yoon):

5 Simple Tricks Koreans Use To Find Their Skin Tone
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5 Simple Tricks Koreans Use To Find Their Skin Tone

Koreans have come up with these 5 special methods to find the perfect skin tone.

When it comes to makeup, Koreans go above and beyond in order to find the perfect shades that best suit their skin tones.

Ranging from simple hacks to more elaborate procedures, here are 5 methods that Koreans use in order to find their perfect color scheme.

Heres how they get it right everytime.

The the most basic trick in the book that Koreans use is the simple vein test.

Amazing K-Beauty Products You May Find At Your Local Store
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Amazing K-Beauty Products You May Find At Your Local Store

Its time to pull out those $5 coupons that CVS always hands out because they just might be selling your favorite Korean beauty products.

Over the past year or so, Korean beauty products have entered the US Market in the beauty sections of mainstream stores such as Sephora, Nordstrom, and Target.

CVS is the latest retailer – with arguably the largest reach – to embrace Korean beauty, selling over 100 products in 2,100 of its 7,900 stores, as well as online.

Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore
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Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore

Young South Koreans are moving away from the idea that everyone should get married.

Statistics Korea recently surveyed 38,600 South Koreans aged 13 and older on their views concerning young couples and marriage. Results of the survey showed that more than half, 51.4%, of South Koreans between the ages of 13 and 24 believe that marriage is not a necessary practice for them.

More than half of young South Koreans dont think marriage is necessary