(Photo : SM Entertainment)This week in Korean tune news headlines saw wins, new titles, and lawsuit losses from K-pop groups.
f(x) Call Fanclub After Seven Years
At their concert remaining week, K-pop womanteam f(x) printed that their fan club will officially be called "MeU." The announcement got here seven years because the SM Entertainment girl neighborhood officially debuted in 2009 with the song "La Cha Ta."
The news of f(x)'s legitimate fan club name was once long overdue, since the lady group's fanaticshad been clamouring for a name for several years. The title comes as f(x) develops their identity as a 4 member act, following the departure of former member Sulli.
CNBLUE Fined For Unauthorized Crying Nut Cover
Last week, K-pop rock band changed intopassed down a fine via the Seoul Central Court relating to a functionality from 2010. The boy band was fined 15 million KRW (around $12,500 USD) for appearing Crying Nut's song "Deadly Offspring" on a huge number oftimes without receiving permission. The court's resolution was in regard to a performance on Mnet's "M! Countdown" where CNBLUE lip-synced to Crying Nut's song.
GFriend Take HouseVarious Music Presentations
Following emergingrepute since their debut in 2015 with the song "Glass Beads" and a viral video featuring participants of the gang slipping on levelall through a performance, 2016 started out in a large way for K-pop girl organization GFriend. The group took domicilea couple of wins on weekly Korean music displays for their newest song, "Rough," proving that they've staying energy and controlled to capture South Korea's attention as an act known for their candy musical tasteand strong dance routines.
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