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YMC Entertainment Reveals Plans For Produce 101 Season 2 Boy Groups Debut
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YMC Entertainment Reveals Plans For Produce 101 Season 2 Boy Groups Debut

The 11 members of the Produce 101 Season 2 group that will be formed through tonights finale are planned to make their debut in August at the latest.

A source from YMC Entertainment, who will be managing the group, told news outlet Yonhap News on June 16, Although the goal is for them to debut at the end of July, it is very likely that it will be August as we are striving for perfection.

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Weve been constantly collecting songs and we have a lot, but their song will be selected based on which final members are chosen, the source continued. After season twos Final Concert at the beginning of July is over, well be focusing on preparation for the album including recording, choreography practice, filming the music video, etc.

YMC Entertainment Shares Plans For Produce 101 Season 2 Boy Groups Debut
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YMC Entertainment Shares Plans For Produce 101 Season 2 Boy Groups Debut

The 11 members of the Produce 101 Season 2 group that will be formed through tonights finale are planned to make their debut in August at the latest.

A source from YMC Entertainment, who will be managing the group, told news outlet Yonhap News on June 16, Although the goal is for them to debut at the end of July, it is very likely that it will be August as we are striving for perfection.

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Weve been constantly collecting songs and we have a lot, but their song will be selected based on which final members are chosen, the source continued. After season twos Final Concert at the beginning of July is over, well be focusing on preparation for the album including recording, choreography practice, filming the music video, etc.

Entertainment Agency Executives Vote On Most Influential Figures And Groups In K-Pop
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Entertainment Agency Executives Vote On Most Influential Figures And Groups In K-Pop

Media outlet Sports Seoul has surveyed executives from 32 entertainment agencies on the most influential people in K-pop.

The survey was conducted from June 8 to 15, and each participant wrote their votes for the top three in four different categories. Each first place answer got three points, second place got two, and third place got one. With this format, the total score for each category was 192, and the highest that an individual or group could get was 96.

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Fans Capture This Entertainment Company Reusing Clothes For Boy Groups
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Fans Capture This Entertainment Company Reusing Clothes For Boy Groups

Fans have eagle eyes when it comes to K-Pop idols and their fashion! Recently, this entertainment company has become a bit of a spectacle for reusing clothing among their boy groups.

Cube Entertainment's popular boy groups Pentagon and BTOB were noticed for sharing this one item among their concept items. Pants!

BTOB were seen sporting these slimming black pants with red stripes back in 2014 during their concert on 'CubeTV.' Now the group was captured wearing the same outfit for their 2017 concert as well. But who doesn't re-wear pants, right? However, this is what gets interesting.

Big Hit Entertainment releases official statement on blackmail involving agency and artists
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Big Hit Entertainment releases official statement on blackmail involving agency and artists

Big Hit Entertainmentmade an official statement concerning blackmail made against both the agency and its artists.

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On September 6, it was revealed CEO Lee of a marketing and contracting firm was sentenced to one year in prison by the Seoul Central District Court. The CEO was charged with blackmailing Big Hit Entertainment by threatening to reveal information about the agency's alleged illegal marketing practices and its artists.