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Soyu and Dasom Renew with Starship, Bora and Hyorin Leave
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Soyu and Dasom Renew with Starship, Bora and Hyorin Leave

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Former SISTAR member Bora has signed with Hook Entertainment home of Lee Seung Gi, as an actress and entertainer. Following this news, Starship Entertainment has released an official statement stating that Dasom and Soyu has renewed their contracts with Starship.

The company issued an official press release stating,

SISTAR members Soyou and Dasom have both renewed their contracts with their original company, Starship Entertainment.We are so happy to continue our relationship with Soyou and Dasom, which we have built together on trust accumulated over the years. We plan to give Soyou and Dasom our full support so that they may continue to grow and flourish.

This Rookie Idol Looks Extreme Hot Walking In Public
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This Rookie Idol Looks Extreme Hot Walking In Public

Laysha Goeun shows off her effortless beauty as she turns everyones head even while simply walking down the street.

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When she walks, Goeun doesnt have to try to look good, as her beauty is effortlessly shown by just walking.

Goeun walks straight and upright with her head up with great confidence.

Goeun makes sure to put power in her steps with long strides and her chest slightly forward.

Kim Kang Woo and Highlight's Kikwang are denim bros. for 'Vogue'!
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Kim Kang Woo and Highlight's Kikwang are denim bros. for 'Vogue'!

On May 25, 'Vogue Korea' unveiled photos from their latest June issue featuring actor Kim Kang Woo and Highlight's Kikwang, looking fierce!

With the concept of 'FIGHT', both men demonstrated their unique charisma as they posed face to face, ready for battle. The 'Circle' co-stars also illustrated a mirror image of themselves in trendy denim wear, staring intently at each other. Kim Kang Woo looked suave in a white suit whereas Kikwang presented a villainousaura in a shiny gold jacket.

SEE ALSO: Highlight's Kikwang admits it's difficult to act like a man living in the future in his new drama 'Circle'

Gov't to Hire 12,000 More Public Servants
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Gov't to Hire 12,000 More Public Servants

The government on Thursday pledged to hire 12,000 new public-sector workers in the first half of the year but without saying where they are needed and how it will pay for them.

A presidential advisory committee and the Ministry of Strategy and Finance said they plan to secure the necessary funding through a supplementary budget in June, but the main opposition party is against the plan.

The government said it will announce the new hiring quota next month and public service exams will be held in October. The government wants to hire around 1,500 new firefighters and an equal number of police officers, social workers and non-commissioned military officers as well as 3,000 more administrative workers.

Female Idols Drinking in the Public Eye
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Female Idols Drinking in the Public Eye

In the world of K-pop, alcohol hides behind a closed door, waiting to strike an idol to her knees in controversy. The bizarre part is that scandals that arise out of alcohol are seemingly random: drinking solo is gradually becoming more socially accepted, while celebrity Instagram posts with alcohol regularly incite controversy. This inconsistent vitriol demonstrates the complexity of the relationship between female idols and alcohol.

Internationally, South Korea has developed a notorious relationship with alcohol. In fact, they drink twice as much liquor as Russians and have the most alcoholics. According to Chosun Ilbo, almost 6 million Koreans drink alcohol every day to the tune of 9.52 million bottles of beer and 8.96 million bottles of soju per day. Drinking is a cultural thing: its something you do with coworkers and friends  a bonding exercise and social activity that can act as a way for people to get ahead in the workforce. Coworkers often go out for BBQ every month, and sometimes more frequently in gatherings known as hoesik. While a chance for coworkers to bond, there is also regularly intense peer pressure from elders to drink and saying no is rarely an option.