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Netizens dig up old photos of 'Produce 101' season 2 trainee Ong Sung Woo modeling for a wedding hall
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Netizens dig up old photos of 'Produce 101' season 2 trainee Ong Sung Woo modeling for a wedding hall

Fans of 'Produce 101' season 2 trainee Ong Sung Woo had to endure a bit of a heartache after discovering old photos of the trainee modeling at a wedding hall. 

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It looks like the Fantagio trainee had quite a few wedding photoshoots modeling as a handsome groom before 'Produce 101'. Photos of Ong Sung Woo showing skinship with a female model particularly seemed to affect fans' hearts, especially a cut of him captured mid-kiss. After sharing the old photos just below, one netizen commented, "Crazy crazy crazy........ I couldn't believe my eyes for a bit... It's okay, it's just a wedding part-time job......... It was just Ong's business...... ^^ Yup man I'm okay.......... Yeah........... I'm good......."

Netizens angered that Kim Jong Hyun didn't make it in the top 11 on 'Produce 101' season 2
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Netizens angered that Kim Jong Hyun didn't make it in the top 11 on 'Produce 101' season 2

Pledis Entertainment trainee Kim Jong Hyun didn't make it into the top 11 on 'Produce 101' season 2 and netizens are furious.

The last episode aired live on June 16. Finally, the 11 members of the new boy group Wanna One is confirmed. However, many viewers are unhappy with the outcome, especially in the ranking of Kim Jong Hyun. 

The NU'EST member, who has been gaining much love for his outstanding leadership and talent on the show, placed 14th in the final round. 

SEE ALSO: [SPOILER] Which trainees are the FINAL 11 on 'Produce 101' season 2?

5 K-Pop girl groups make it on Billboard's '100 Greatest Girl Group Songs Of All Time' List
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5 K-Pop girl groups make it on Billboard's '100 Greatest Girl Group Songs Of All Time' List

Recently, Billboard revealed their list of the '100 Greatest Girl Group Songs Of All Time'. The list included five idol girl groups representing K-Pop.  

Starting at number 88, first generation girl group Fin.K.L made their name known with the title song "Now" released in 2000.  Taking charge of 70th place was Red Velvet with "Dumb Dumb" released in 2015.  The description states, "There are pop hooks that grab you, and then there are hooks that strangle you and absolutely refuse to let go. Red Velvet's "Dumb Dumb" epitomizes that latter, with the quirky quintet repeating the word "dumb" more than 200 times throughout this single..."  Standing strong at 59th was f(x)'s "Rum Pum Pum Pum" from 2013.

12 Kpop Boy Groups Who Need to Make a Comeback
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12 Kpop Boy Groups Who Need to Make a Comeback

In K-pop, many artists come and go. There can be as many as 50 new groups debuting in one year. Many groups disband after only one release! These days if a group does not continuously promote, they will be soon forgotten about. This is a sad reality in K-pop.

However, there are some groups, who despite not promoting in Korea during long hiatuses, are still holding on together as a group. They may even randomly perform at events every so often. Some do better in Japan and decide to stay there. However, fans can't help but feel the ache to see them in Korea again.

Which K-Pop Groups Received The Worst Threats From Netizens?
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Which K-Pop Groups Received The Worst Threats From Netizens?

Unfortunately, there are many crazy K-Pop fans out there. Some so crazy that they even threaten to kill certain idols and K-Pop groups. While it is absolutely disturbing, each threat is interestingly different and targeted towards these specific idols. Check out the list of threats that will leave you with chills and goosebumps!

There were recent rumors of an Ilbe user stating they were going to throw acid at TWICE when they arrived at an airport in Japan. The disturbing post read, "TWICE has abandoned Korea and is earning a ton of money in Japan". The post included a photo of the line of Japanese fans who'd come to see TWICE. The poster wrote in the post, "Yeah, money is good. Money is the best. Never come to Korea. I'll be waiting for you at the airport with 10 L of hydrochloric acid."