Pledis Entertainment Announces Blacklist For Seventeen Fans

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Pledis Entertainment will take legal action to protect Seventeen from malicious commenters
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Pledis Entertainment will take legal action to protect Seventeen from malicious commenters

Pledis Entertainment is taking legal action for Seventeen.

On June 5, the agency shared a notice announcing their plans for legal action on their website. The announcement stated, "We have decided to proceed with legal action as we can no longer keep silent on false information, malicious posts, comments, and other acts defaming the character of Seventeen and its members."

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Pledis Entertainment stated that they will do their best to protect Seventeen and emphasized they will continue to respond with strict legal action against the malicious acts from now on. 

Seventeen share how the treatment by Pledis Entertainment changed with their increase in popularity
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Seventeen share how the treatment by Pledis Entertainment changed with their increase in popularity

Seventeen talked about the changes that came along with their increase in popularity. 

The boy group guested on the June 21 episode of 'Weekly Idol'. The MCs commented, "It's been a year and 7 months. You guys have grown a lot", and asked, "It feels like the treatment by your label (Pledis Entertainment) would've changed with your rapid growth in popularity. How is it?"

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Seventeen answered, "Now we have 2 cars. In the past, we used to share the car with staff members but we no longer do." The boys continued, "And we moved into a new dorm. The 13 members used to share 1 bathroom but now we have 3 rooms and also have 3 bathrooms."

Pledis Entertainment responds to Seventeen's November comeback reports
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Pledis Entertainment responds to Seventeen's November comeback reports

Ilgan Sportshad reported that Seventeen would be coming back as a full group in November with their 2nd full album. However, Pledis Entertainment quickly denied the reports, saying, "Seventeen has been preparing for a comeback as a full group, but no date has been confirmed."

SEE ALSO: Seventeen unit leaders to band together for 'Change Up'

As NU'EST Wfrom the same label would probably be done with comeback promotions by mid-November, it seems plausible that Seventeen might come back by then even if no dates are confirmed yet.

Big Hit Entertainment announces possibility of BTS brother group
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Big Hit Entertainment announces possibility of BTS brother group

Bang Shi Hyuk revealed some of the future plans for BTS and upcoming groups in the company.

Big Hit Entertainments CEO Bang Shi Hyuk recently held an interview and talked about BTSs future as well as future plans within the company.

First, Bang Shi Hyuk talked about potentially creating a BTS unit group, and how the members currently want to focus on the group.

There is always the possibility of BTS promoting as a unit. But the members decision and opinion are very important. Right now though, both the members and myself are focusing on the group as a whole.

TWICE Announces Special Treat For Fans Along With New Comeback Teaser
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TWICE Announces Special Treat For Fans Along With New Comeback Teaser

Along with their latest comeback teaser for Signal, JYP Entertainment girl group TWICE revealed that they will be holding an encore TWICELAND concert following the incredible success of their first concert tour. 

Following the release of their first teaser for Signal, which featured a photo of the girls in western school uniforms, TWICE unveiled their comeback schedule for the upcoming release.

In addition to teasing fans with what looks like a space-theme, however, the teaser also included a note that encore concerts for TWICELAND would be held on June 17th and 18th at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium.