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SHINee’s Taemin To Hold First Korean Solo Concert
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SHINee’s Taemin To Hold First Korean Solo Concert

SHINees Taemin will be holding a solo concert in Korea!

SM Entertainment revealed that his solo concert titled OFF-SICK will be held from August 26 to 27 at Olympic Hall in Seouls Olympic Park. Ticketing details will be announced at a later date.

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He recently completed his first solo concert in Japan to sold out crowds on July 1 and 2 at the Nippon Budokan, but this will be his first in Korea.

Meanwhile, Taemins second Japanese mini album Flame of Love will be released on July 18.

Rare Clip Shows Korean Sex Slaves Late in World War II
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Rare Clip Shows Korean Sex Slaves Late in World War II

A still from a video clip showing Korean women who were forced into sexual slavery for Japanese troops in World War II

A rare 18-second film clip went on public display for the first time Wednesday showing Korean women who were forced into sexual slavery for Japanese troops in World War II.

The footage, which shows a group of clearly distressed young women lined up against a wall, is valuable evidence against persistent denials from Tokyo.

Taken in 1944, the film shows seven women who had been taken prisoner in China's Yunnan Province near the border with Burma after U.S. and Chinese troops liberated the region from occupying Japanese forces. A Chinese officer is seen talking with one of the women, while the others avert their eyes in silence.

The Korean Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers makes formal opposition against idol audition shows
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The Korean Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers makes formal opposition against idol audition shows

The Korean Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (KOSCAP) has issued their official opposition against idol audition shows.

Shows such as 'Produce 101' and 'The Unit' take celebrity management and production power from individual labels and gives them instead to broadcasting stations, the KOSCAP claimed. If this continues to become the popular trend, KOSCAP and many smaller labels argued that the only labels who will survive the battle will be the giant labels such as YG, JYP, and SM. The monopoly on the entertainment industry then will be handed over to a company such as CJ EM, who is already a giant company.