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Netizen claims figurines of the final Wanna One members were made before the show's last episode
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Netizen claims figurines of the final Wanna One members were made before the show's last episode

Rumors of Wanna Onebeing pre-determined have resurfaced, due to one netizen's claims that he/she worked at Mnet.

After 'Produce 101' season 2 finished airing, the netizen in question wrote a post online about the issue. The post read, "I was in the 'Produce 101' staff starting from season 1, but I left yesterday, f*ck lol. I couldn't do it because it was so dirty. It's true that the overall director had pre-determined the debuting team after the 3rd eliminations. If you actually combine the text votes and online votes, the debuting team is completely different from what it is now. It was like this in season 1, too lol. If it was just purely on votes, the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places all change, andKim Jong Hyun (JR), Ahn Hyung Seob, and Yu Seon Hoall make it. Ahn Hyung Seob could have made it, but Yue Huablocked it. Anyway, it was a really dirty 6 months, you trash main PD. I've quit so I'm not scared of anything~ And you don't have to believe me if you don't want to, lol. If I have one thing to offer, it's that they already made the figurines of the 11 members even before the final debut team was determined. ^^ Just wait, you're gonna see the figurines soon."

Japanese Media Claims 4 BIGBANG Members Plan To Enlist Next Spring
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Japanese Media Claims 4 BIGBANG Members Plan To Enlist Next Spring

On September 21, Japanese media outlets announced that G-Dragon, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri are planning to enlist in the military by next spring. According to their reports, G-Dragon and Taeyang have already arranged to enlist by then. The reports also state that while Daesung and Seungri would be able to delay enlistment, they decided to enlist with the older members of the group in order to return as a group as soon as possible.

During Daesungs concert in Japan in August, he announced, I may have a long hiatus after my activities this year. However, I think this is the best decision for BIGBANGs new beginning.

Insider claims G-Dragon will release a new song or new album by June
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Insider claims G-Dragon will release a new song or new album by June

YG Entertainment confirmed that G-Dragon is working on new songs but did not give exact details on dates.

G-Dragon recently posted pictures of himself sporting a beard and mustache, possibly hinting at a new style. Insiders have since revealed that the reason he grew out his facial hair was because he has been too busy recording his solo songs, which may be released as either a single or an album prior to his solo concert on June 10.

G-Dragon was working on his song throughout the night and up until the morning of the 18th. He is busy working on his solo album every day so unfortunately he does not have time to shave. These days he does not go out anywhere except the studio so his facial hair naturally grows out.

Trump Claims Korea Actually Used To Be Part of China
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Trump Claims Korea Actually Used To Be Part of China

Koreans were disturbed with a claim that their country was part of China reportedly stated by U.S President Donald Trump

A report by The Korea Times recently featured a statement made by U.S President Donald Trump. The American President was reportedly quoted on the statement when he met Chinese President Xi Jin Ping last April 12th

The statement was from his interview with The Wall Street Journal.

“Xi Jin Ping then went into the history of China and Korea. Not North Korea, Korea. And you know, you’re talking about thousands of years and many wars. And Korea actually used to be part of China.”

BTS Fans Outraged at Universal Music Group Due To Alleged Unfair Copyright Claims
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BTS Fans Outraged at Universal Music Group Due To Alleged Unfair Copyright Claims

BTS fans have taken out their outrage with Universal Music Group to Twitter with the hashtag #UMGDontTouchBTS.

BTS signed with Def Jam Records, (a subsidiary of Universal Music Group) for their overseas Japanese activities.

The record label, however, started to block and remove the videos that were affiliated with BTS’s Blood, Sweat, and Tears, claiming the legal rights to parodies, lyric videos, reaction videos, and more.