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YG Entertainment signs two PDs from 'Show Me The Money'
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YG Entertainment signs two PDs from 'Show Me The Money'

YG Entertainment has recruited 2 more PDs, in order to implement their plans to take on more tv productions in the future.

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It's been revealed on April 21 that two PDs from Mnet's 'Show Me The Money', Lee Sang Yoon PD and Choi Hyo Jin PD, have decided to leave Mnet, finding a new home under YG Entertainment instead. The label also signed Park Jun Soo PD of Mnet's 'God of Music' last January.

Stay tuned for additional updates on YGE's tv productions in the future!

YG Entertainment Signs Show Me The Money PD And More
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YG Entertainment Signs Show Me The Money PD And More

On April 21, a source stated that Choi Hyo Jin PD (producing director) from Show Me The Money 5 recently signed on with YG Entertainment.

It has also been reported that after Choi Hyo Jin PD signed with YG Entertainment, other Mnet PDs followed in her footsteps. A contract is said to be imminent with Han Dong Chul PD, who managed YG Entertainments survival variety shows such as WIN and Mix Match.

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Other Mnet PDs reportedly joining YG Entertainment include Park Joon Soo PD of mockumentary show God of Music, and Lee Sang Yoon PD, also from Show Me The Money. A powerful contents production team is said to be forming with these recent additions.

Show Me the Money 6 Expects To Hold Most Auditions Ever, Including Auditions In New York City For 1st Time
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Show Me the Money 6 Expects To Hold Most Auditions Ever, Including Auditions In New York City For 1st Time

The upcoming season of Mnets Show Me the Money is drawing more participants than ever before.

For Show Me the Money 5, approximately 9,000 people auditioned to have a chance to compete on the show. Show Me the Money 6, has over 12,000 people interested in auditioning for the show—the largest applicant pool the show has ever had.

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As a result of the huge number of applicants, the first round of auditions in Korea are planned to take place over the course of two days. First round auditions are scheduled to take place on April 29-30 at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon.

Couples in This Chinese Village Are Getting Divorced To Make Money
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Couples in This Chinese Village Are Getting Divorced To Make Money

One hundred and sixty couples in a Chinese town filed for divorce, and you would never guess why.

Jiangbei village in Nanjings Gao Xin district has seen a mass increase in divorce, as 160 of the villages couples filed for it in order to receive relocation compensation from the government.

According to Chinese media sources, the villages land was being expropriated as it had recently been chosen to be redeveloped. Each household or family would be compensated with a 220-square-meters house, but if the couple were to get divorced, the household is considered as two separate families, and each person would receive an additional 70-square-meter house, on top of 131,000 RMB (approximately $19,009 USD).

'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers
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'Show Me The Money 6' Will Have Auditions Both In Korea & US To Get The Best Rappers

"Show Me The Money" is a show about a competition among rappers. This program in Mnet started in 2012 and it has been already five seasons so far. For the sixth season, the show will have an audition in Korea and US to get the best rappers among applicants.

"Show Me The Money" has graduated many good rappers so far. This show is a proof of the rising popularity of hip hop in South Korea. For the new season of the show, there have been many applicants who want to take part in the show. There are about 12,000 applicants and the numbers are still growing, Soompireported.