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Starship Entertainment's Acourve changes name to Mind U + drops concept photos for debut
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Starship Entertainment's Acourve changes name to Mind U + drops concept photos for debut

A duo from Starship Entertainment is starting fresh with a new name. 

On April 17, the label announced that Go Dak and Jae Hee, who promoted as Acourve, have changed their name to Mind U due to copyright issues.

The duo is scheduled to release a collaboration single with Mad Clown on April 27. This will be their debut with the new name. The label also released concept photos of Mind U in which the boys are looking handsome with a soft vibe. 

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Mind U debut anew with 'Loved U' feat. Mad Clown
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Mind U debut anew with 'Loved U' feat. Mad Clown

Mind Uhave dropped the music video for their new track "Loved U" featuring Mad Clown.

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The Starship Entertainment duoGo DakandJae Hee previously promoted asAcourve, and they've changed their name toMind Udue to copyright issues. "Loved U" is their first track under the new name, and they've collaborated with Mad Clown for the song.

Check out the "Loved U" MV above!

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Apink Members Pull Off Adorable Look In Their 6th Debut Anniversary Teaser Image
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Apink Members Pull Off Adorable Look In Their 6th Debut Anniversary Teaser Image

Apink's fans must have been very excited to see their biases comeback with a new release. Recently, the members of veteran girl group surprise fans with an adorable teaser image for their upcoming comeback.

Apink announced on its official Twitter account that it will be releasing a special single titled "Always". They also posted a teaser image featuring all six Apink members wearing cute bunny hats that highlight their incredibly cute faces. Soompi reported, Apink also wrote a sweet message to fans with special hashtags. "Always" is scheduled to release on April 19 at 12 p.m. KST.

Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Ep.13-16: Glimpses of What Couldve Been
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Strong Woman Do Bong-soon Ep.13-16: Glimpses of What Couldve Been

After weeks of misguided comedy, meandering plot lines, and a misplaced prioritising of tone over characterisation, its finally a wrap for Strong Woman Do Bong-soon. This last quarter, especially the final episode, rights a few of its many wrongs. Perhaps its better late than never, but at the same time, its a sad reminder of how great the drama could have been if only it had remembered to focus on its heroine, her growth, and her relationships with the people around her.

This review contains spoilers for Episodes 13-16.

These 7 Idols Had Part-Time Jobs Before Their Debut That You Never Knew About
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These 7 Idols Had Part-Time Jobs Before Their Debut That You Never Knew About

Prior to becoming household names, 7 of Koreas top idols worked part-time jobs just like many other teenagers.

Many teenagers and college students will work part-time jobs to help alleviate the costs of school, tuition, food, and even rent, and idols were no exception. These are the jobs that 7 of Koreas top idol group members worked prior to becoming stars.

Im Siwan is known as the idol representative when talking about perfect sons. Since elementary school, he was the class president and always received top grades. Prior to debuting with ZE:A, he majored in mechanical engineering at Busan University. He also worked as a private tutor, helping students with English, mathematics, and physics.