Nuest W To Greet Fans As A Full Unit For The First Time Since Produce 101

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NU'EST W to greet fans as a full unit for the first time since 'Produce 101'
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NU'EST W to greet fans as a full unit for the first time since 'Produce 101'

Fans will be able to see NU'EST W as a full unit of four for the first time since 'Produce 101'.

Ever since 'Produce 101' ended, fans only had seen NU'EST in bits and pieces - JR, Aron, and Ren had solo 'V' app broadcast as well as unit ones, and JR and Ren had a CF as well as a photoshoot together, but Baekho had mainly stayed out of the spotlight for various reasons.

SEE ALSO: NU'EST W drop teaser for their special single 'If You'

However, NU'EST W will be having a mini concert live on the 'V' app as a full unit of four at 11PM KST on the 25th, just a few hours after the release of their unit song "If You" release. This will be the first times fans will get to see the unit as a whole since the end of 'Produce 101'.

NUEST W To Hold 1st Fan Meeting As Unit Group To Thank Fans For Love And Support
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NUEST W To Hold 1st Fan Meeting As Unit Group To Thank Fans For Love And Support

NUEST W is preparing a special event for their fans!

On August 4, it was announced that NUEST W will be holding their 2017 NUEST W Fan Meeting L.O.Λ.E DREAM' event on August 26 and 27.

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The unit group released their first special single album If You on July 25, which has since enjoyed a great amount of success. Already known for their love for their fans, NUEST W has decided to prepare the upcoming event to repay fans for their love and support.

INFINITE greet fans for the first time as 6-members on 'V Live'!
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INFINITE greet fans for the first time as 6-members on 'V Live'!

On September 14, INFINITE greeted fans for the first time as 6-members via Naver's 'V Live'!

The members got together in the corner of a brightly lit room, dressed in clean white shirts and black pants. About their upcoming activities, INFINITE said, "We can't just mull around and not do anything. We won't be having an album yet, but we will begin promoting soon." 

SEE ALSO: Insider shares INFINITE's comeback plans as a group of 6

The group originally planned to have a 7-member comeback in May, but due to Sunggyu's injury as well as the group's contract renewals, the comeback was pushed back. The group has since become 6-members, with all 6 members focussing more on individual activities for the time being. 

Sad Story Of 'Produce 101' Season 2 Kim Yong Jin Getting Lack Of Screen Time
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Sad Story Of 'Produce 101' Season 2 Kim Yong Jin Getting Lack Of Screen Time

K-Pop is a big industry in Korea. Nowadays, many more youngsters want to be a K-Pop star. But it is not always easy to be one. Kim Yong Jin is one of many trainees who want to be an idol. Being in "Produce 101" with many competitors, his parents helped him to be known more.

Kim Yong Jin's parents were seen handed out flyers for his son so that people would vote for him. They did it because he got really short screen time, AllKpopreported. Among 98 contestants, it is hard to have much screen time. The contestant must stand out among others to be able to get more attention.

'Produce 101' fans protest the creation of a 'concert team' out of trainees #12-35
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'Produce 101' fans protest the creation of a 'concert team' out of trainees #12-35

'Produce 101' season 2 fans are furious at the announcement of a 'concert team'.

The concert team will be made from boys whose final ranks are #12-#35. These 24 boys will only be at the concert for the next two years, and will act as backup dancers for the top 11 boys while not even being able to debut.

SEE ALSO: 11-year-old Han Byul from 'K-Pop Star 6' signs with YG Entertainment

Fans are furious at the announcement, and a petition has been created, signed by over 7,500 fans in 17 hours. The final goal of the petition is 10,000 fans. The petition reads, "The trainees are not a way to make money, but people. They can't be used however the program sees fit just because they were on the show."