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Watch: EXID Brings The Laughs As They Play The Random Play Dance Game On Weekly Idol
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Watch: EXID Brings The Laughs As They Play The Random Play Dance Game On Weekly Idol

During their appearance on the April 19 broadcast of Weekly Idol, EXID took on the infamous random play dance challenge to test whether they knew their choreography or not.

The members seemed to be a bit nervous, saying that they considered all of them a little hopeless at immediately remembering dance moves. With the punishment set as being hit with a toy hammer by Defconn looming over their heads, EXID got the music started.

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'Produce 101' releases the behind the scenes clip of the trainees' performance at Nexen vs. LG game
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'Produce 101' releases the behind the scenes clip of the trainees' performance at Nexen vs. LG game

Mnet 'Produce 101' season 2 released a behind the scenes clip. 

Back on March 31, the trainees on the competition program performed ''Pick Me'' and threw the opening pitch at the Nexen vs. LG  baseball game. On April 19, Mnet released the behind the scenes clip that captures the preparation process for the event. 

SEE ALSO: 'Produce 101' season 2 trainees perform 'Pick Me' and throw first pitch at Nexen vs. LG baseball game

Check it out in the clip above!

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BTS News: BTS Video Game Will Be Availble In Multiple Languages; Android, IPhone Versions To Release Soon
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BTS News: BTS Video Game Will Be Availble In Multiple Languages; Android, IPhone Versions To Release Soon

It wasn't too long ago that a small studio developed a video game demo for "To the Edge of the Sky," a game based on K-pop group BTS with characters inspired by its members Rap Monster, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, Suga, J-Hope and V. According to Aeon Dream Studio, the team behind the fan-made demo, the game was intended to bring BTS closer to their international fans and now they're making it available in different languages as well.

According to an interview with SBS Pop Asia, Aeon Dream Studios developers have announced that they're making the BTS game "To the Edge of the Sky" available in Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, German, French, and Polish. They're also planning to release the game in Russian, Thai, Dutch and Danish with the help of BTS ARMY translators.

Lee Hae Ri Reveals The Secret To Davichis Longevity
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Lee Hae Ri Reveals The Secret To Davichis Longevity

Davichis Lee Hae Ri talked about how fellow member Kang Min Kyung has been supporting her solo activities.

During the April 22 episode of Yoo Hee Yeols Sketchbook, Lee Hae Ri appeared as a guest and revealed, Kang Min Kyung kept asking me why I wasnt releasing a solo album. I dont know if shes trying to leave me, but she urged me a lot to make a solo debut.

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Shes been supporting me a lot these days. I think this [encouragement] is the secret to our groups longevity, Lee Hae Ri added.

New K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE gives the 'nugu' groups a chance to perform overseas
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New K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE gives the 'nugu' groups a chance to perform overseas

Hundreds of K-Pop idols debut each year with great hopes and dreams. Unfortunately, not all of them get to shine brightly. Many groups, who are also commonly referred to as the 'nugus', struggle to make their name known in the competitive industry, and many ultimately face inevitable disbandment without giving a fair opportunity to show their great talents. 

A new K-Pop fan meet tour company SHOW[K]ASE aims to give these 'nugu' groups a chance to shine.

SHOW[K]ASE launched and operated by Studio PAV MC brings rookie and relatively unknown K-Pop artists to the United States; not only to major U.S. cities but also to more local areas. Unlike other ordinary K-Pop events, SHOW[K]ASE will create a more intimate event, allowing fans to directly interact with idols and truly get to know them.