Sm Entertainment Addresses Rumors About Sulli On The Cover Of Playboys Founding Issue In Korea

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SM Entertainment addresses rumors about Sulli on the cover of 'Playboy's founding issue in Korea
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SM Entertainment addresses rumors about Sulli on the cover of 'Playboy's founding issue in Korea

SM Entertainmentdenied rumors that Sulliwould be posing on the founding issue of Korea's 'Playboy' magazine.

The Korean version of 'Playboy' will launch this September, and rumors have been going around that Sulli would be decorating the cover of it with a semi-nude photoshoot. Reports claimed the idol-turned-actress would be sporting a shocking concept for the magazine.

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SM Entertainment And Korean Playboy Magazine Respond To Reports That Sulli Will Be 1st Cover Model
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SM Entertainment And Korean Playboy Magazine Respond To Reports That Sulli Will Be 1st Cover Model

Following reports that Sulli will be the cover model for the first issue of the Korean edition of Playboy magazine, both SM Entertainment and the magazine have responded.

SM Entertainment stated on July 26, “[The reports] that say things such as that Sulli will be the first cover model for ‘Playboy’ and that she has shot photos are all groundless.”

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A source from Playboy has also stated, “It’s true that we will be publishing the first Korean edition some time in August, but it’s not true that Sulli will be appearing as the cover model.” They explained that released content that many had assumed to be an interview with Sulli was actually an interview with another celebrity.

JYPE addresses rumors that TWICE's comeback promotions will be limited
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JYPE addresses rumors that TWICE's comeback promotions will be limited

An exclusive report earlier had claimed that TWICE, who plan on making a comeback toward the end of May, would only be able to promote for about 2 weeks due to their Japanese debut.

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JYP Entertainment promptly stepped up to address the report, stating, "It's true that TWICE plan on a comeback for May, but no specific date has been confirmed... It is false that the promotions will only last 2 weeks. They plan on promoting so that fans will be able to enjoy TWICE's album more [than that]."

YG Entertainment responds to rumors of upcoming G-Dragon track
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YG Entertainment responds to rumors of upcoming G-Dragon track

YG Entertainment has responded to rumors about G-Dragon's upcoming release.

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On April 18, the agency said, "G-Dragon is consistently working on his solo album. Nothing's been decided about his new track. He's been working on it at YG and at Black Label Studio." Considering the Big Bang member is also working at Black Label Studio, it's likely he'll be collaborating with producer Teddy or his team.

G-Dragon also shared the photo below of himself hard at work in the studio. He has a completely different look going on with a beard and a newsboy cap. 

tvN Addresses Rumors Of Doing A Remake Of Popular Japanese Drama
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tvN Addresses Rumors Of Doing A Remake Of Popular Japanese Drama

tvN was rumored to be doing a Korean remake of the Japanese drama The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.

On April 29, however, tvN revealed that nothing had been confirmed regarding the production of the remake.

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The Smile Has Left Your Eyes, which aired on Fuji TV back in 2002, centered around a fateful love story. The popular drama starred Kimura Takuya and Akashiya Sanma.