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Father works at a convenience store for 7 consecutive years and counting to pay for children's surgical fees
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Father works at a convenience store for 7 consecutive years and counting to pay for children's surgical fees

MBC's 'Good Neighbors' recently introduced a heartfelt story following siblings Hyomin (18)and Hyungmin (15)suffering from hereditary multiple exostoses.

Hereditary multiple exostoses is a rare condition where lumps and tumors form around the bones of a child during development leading to deformity and other serious medical problems.

Unfortunately, Hyomin and Hyungmin are both suffering from the painful condition. They toil through restless nights from the sharp pain like thousands of needles pricking their entire body as their parents try to curb the agony by embracing the children in tears.

New K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE gives the 'nugu' groups a chance to perform overseas
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New K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE gives the 'nugu' groups a chance to perform overseas

Hundreds of K-Pop idols debut each year with great hopes and dreams. Unfortunately, not all of them get to shine brightly. Many groups, who are also commonly referred to as the 'nugus', struggle to make their name known in the competitive industry, and many ultimately face inevitable disbandment without giving a fair opportunity to show their great talents. 

A new K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE aims to give these 'nugu' groups a chance to shine.

SHOW[K]ASE launched and operated by Studio PAV MC brings rookie and relatively unknown K-Pop artists to the United States; not only to major U.S. cities but also to more local areas. Unlike other ordinary K-Pop events, SHOW[K]ASE will create a more intimate event, allowing fans to directly interact with idols and truly get to know them. 

Produce 101 criticized again for discriminating between groups
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Produce 101 criticized again for discriminating between groups

Mnet and Produce 101 Season 2 are once again under controversy, this time over the scoring system of the team versus team battles.

The most recent episode of Produce 101 Season 2 showed the trainees breaking off into teams and competing against each other, seeing which team can better cover some of K-Pops most famous boy group songs.

The first competition was between the groups who chose to perform 2PMs 10 Points Out of 10 and when the results were shown, it was shown that team 2 had more overall votes, claiming the victory.