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Jellyfish Entertainment Apologizes For Sketchbook Incident In VIXX Box Video
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Jellyfish Entertainment Apologizes For Sketchbook Incident In VIXX Box Video

On May 24 KST, VIXX released a preview for 2017 VIXX Box, a video that was supposed to commemorate the groups recent 5th anniversary. The preview announced that the full video would come later that day at 5 p.m.

However, the full video is currently not available anywhere on the channel.

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Screenshots online and on social media soon garnered attention and controversy due to swear words that VIXXs Ken had apparently written in a sketchbook during the video. This was speculated to be the reason that VIXX had quickly taken down the full video, leaving only the preview on the channel.

How Ravi & Jellyfish Entertainment Reacted To 'BOMB' MV Controversy
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How Ravi & Jellyfish Entertainment Reacted To 'BOMB' MV Controversy

VIXX's Ravi just dropped MV for his new song "BOMB" as his solo debut but it received a lot of controversies. He then said his apology for not being careful about some scenes in the MV.

On his Twitter account posted on Jan. 9, Ravi left a message for everyone that he was really sorry for some scenes in "BOMB" MV that caused discomfort. Some scenes on the music video contained objectification of women and he sincerely said his apology for not being careful, Soompireported.

VIXX's agency, Jellyfish Entertainment, also released their official statement saying that the agency took full responsibility on that. They also added that they promised to continue working hard and producing more good music.

This is what happens when you accidentally call Jessis hair fake
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This is what happens when you accidentally call Jessis hair fake

Rapper Jessi recently had a misunderstanding with a fan on Instagram when she didnt realize the fan was trying to compliment her.

Being able to interact with idols on social media platforms is a great way for fans to feel close to their favorite celebrities, but sometimes misunderstandings happen—and sometimes theyre absolutely hysterical.

Korean rapper Jessi recently took to Instagram to hint at her upcoming album in a cute post.

HeyDoes anyone sense an album? ☺️

Son Heung-min Meets Korean Youngsters with Hotspur Teammates
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Son Heung-min Meets Korean Youngsters with Hotspur Teammates

Son Heung-min and his teammates pose with girls at Paiwha Girls' High School in Seoul on Wednesday. From left, Son, Kevin Wimmer, Ben Davies and Kyle Walker /Newsis

Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur met Korean youngsters along with his teammates Kyle Walker, Kevin Wimmer and Ben Davies in Seoul on Wednesday.

The Hotspur players made a three-day visit here, which was organized by insurance group AIA, the official shirt partner of the English football club, to celebrate its 30th anniversary in Korea.

100% meets fans from all over the world with 'MAKESTAR' funded fanmeet
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100% meets fans from all over the world with 'MAKESTAR' funded fanmeet

100% met fans from all over the world.

The boys held a global fanmeeting on the 27th. They kicked off with "Better Day" and also performed debut song "BAD BOY", "Beat", "Guy Like Me", and "Sketch U", as well as Japanese songs "How to Cry" and "Eternal". Each member also had a solo song for the fans.

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The fanmeet was funded by MAKESTAR, and fans from all over the world contributed. 300% of the goal was met within 3 days, and fans from Korea, Japan, China, France, Brazil, Germany and more came to attend.