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FTISLANDs Lee Hong Ki Talks About His Falling Popularity And Being Forgotten
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FTISLANDs Lee Hong Ki Talks About His Falling Popularity And Being Forgotten

FTISLANDs Lee Hong Ki confessed that he now realizes how precious his fans are.

On the May 14 broadcast of tvNs The Life Academy, Lee Hong Ki and Jeon Hye Bin had a conversation with each other.

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Lee Hong Ki revealed that he just did a live broadcast on his social media for 30 minutes before she came and said, Fans really seem to like it when I do that.

When asked, Dont you have a lot of fans [following you around] when you go outside? Lee Hong Ki replied, No. Its past the times now when I had fans follow me around. When I was young, I didnt know that things like that happened because I was popular. I thought it was something that just obviously happened. But after some time, I realized, Ah, thats what that was.'

Rain Talks About His Career As A Dancing Singer Nearing Its End + Reveals Plans To Comeback This Year
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Rain Talks About His Career As A Dancing Singer Nearing Its End + Reveals Plans To Comeback This Year

Rain attended the Viral Fest Asia 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand and answered a few interview questions before performing at the event.

He began saying, I think my career as a dancing singer is nearing its end. Thats why I want to gift my fans with an even better song.

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Dancing performers reach a peak in their careers like athletes. Personally, I dont want to dance anymore when my body becomes too slow. Ive always thought about quitting dancing when my body becomes unable to follow the beat. But in my next album, I want to show a dance that comes from my experience. One that my juniors cant follow. Ill probably able to show this fierce side to me about one or two times more, he explained.

Singer Kim Jung Min claims his popularity was as great as G-Dragon in the past?
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Singer Kim Jung Min claims his popularity was as great as G-Dragon in the past?

Singer/actorKim Jung Min talked about his immense popularity in the olden days on 'Video Star'!

On the June 13 episode, Kim Jung Min said, "My popularity was crazy back then. It was on G-Dragon's level." To this, the other guests commented, "It wasn't that much. Don't believe him."

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However, Kim Jung Min continued, "My popularity was amazing in the 90s. I sold 100,000 copies of the 'Sad Promise' album,"and added, "I did split the earnings with the agency, but I was able to purchase a house with that one album alone."

BLACKPINK Thanks Fans For YouTube Milestones And Talks About The Reason For International Popularity
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BLACKPINK Thanks Fans For YouTube Milestones And Talks About The Reason For International Popularity

During a recent interview, BLACKPINK talked about their soaring international popularity.

The group recently made a comeback with their new song As If Its Your Last on June 22, which achieved the impressive feat of hitting No. 1 on the iTunes top song charts in 18 countries.

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When it was mentioned to BLACKPINK that they now have three music videos that have reached 100 million views, Jisoo replied, We were on a break while our videos reached 100 million views, so we haven’t been able to talk to the fans about it properly. We are so grateful. Jisoo went on to say that the achievements motivated them for their new music video, and have made them want to try new things.

Takada Kenta Talks About Experience On Produce 101 Season 2 And JBJs Unexpected Popularity
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Takada Kenta Talks About Experience On Produce 101 Season 2 And JBJs Unexpected Popularity

Former Produce 101 Season 2 trainee Takada Kenta took time to talk about his experience on the popular survival program as well as the unexpected popularity of JBJ.

When asked whether it was difficult and lonely to be on the show, especially as the only Japanese trainee, Takada Kenta responded in an unexpectedly positive manner and said, Actually, people didnt realize I was Japanese initially. They only asked if I was Japanese after I put on my name tag. There were many people who started up conversations with me first and others who asked me to help them learn Japanese. I also had my first experience with communal living through the program, and it was a lot of fun. If I was asked to appear on the show again, I would definitely want to.