Picking up on where we last left off in the idol diss duel drama started by Bobby of iKon, derived from various raps he penned for Show Me the Money 3, Ravi of Vixx had just fired back with a rap of his own, generating mixed reactions. Following Ravis timely yet unpolished retort, audiences waited to see if there would be a second respondent, namely from the most prolific rapper called out in Bobbys lyrics, the leader and anchor of BTS, Rap Monster.
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NCT's Ten broke it down for his "Dream in a Dream" choreography video!
SEE ALSO: 'SM Station' season 2 drops MV teaser for NCT Ten's 'Dream In A Dream'
Ten is the latest featured artist from 'SM Station', and "Dream in a Dream" is the second release of season 2 of the music project.It's also the first release for 'SM the Performance'.
Ten is known for his dancing, and it definitely shows in this dance practice video. Check it out above!
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Korean drama "Doctors" is available to preorder on DVD and Blu-ray with English subtitles on director's cut edition from YESASIA.
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Actor-turned idol Cha Joo Hyuk has been charged with possessing and also using ecstasy and marijuana. The idol allegedly purchased the drugs in 2016.
According to Koreaboo, the prosecution has filed an indictment versus the idol Cha Joo Hyuk. The prosecution stated that the idol bought 28 grams total of marijuana and 0.3 grams of the party drug ecstasy in April of 2016.
Soompi also reported that Cha Joo Hyuk purchased 3 marijuana joints from a woman referred only as Ms. Kang in March 16. The idol then allegedly smoked the marijuana sticks in his car at a basement parking garage.
If a K-drama is categorized as a romantic comedy (even though it may fall in other genres), there is a very likely chance that the drama will make use of the classic arrogant chaebol trope for the leading male character. Its a tried and true formula evident in Secret Garden, Oh My Venus, 1% of Something and very recently, Strong Woman Do Bong-soon. However one of these dramas execution of this trope is not like others. Enter Strong Woman, a rom-com about a supernaturally strong woman with a splash of crime and thriller. Park Bo-young plays the titular female lead and Park Hyung-sik plays the male lead opposite to her. And you guessed it, he too is a chaebol heir. But not in the traditional sense that many viewers have come to expect.