Lee Sung-kyung is in Singapore! The actress, who starred in popular Korean drama “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo”, arrived at Changi Airport on Monday (16 October) evening dressed in a grey coat with simple white-and-black bottoms and paired with a crossbody bag.
SM Entertainment has come out to clarify that popular Korean pop group Girls’ Generation is not disbanding after three members’ contracts were not renewed.
Korean model-actor Park Seo-jun, who was last seen in the K-drama “Fight For My Way”, will be holding his first fan meeting in Singapore on 4 November, 7pm, at the Resorts World Theatre at Sentosa. According to a press release from UnUsUal Entertainment, all ticket holders are entitled to a hi-touch (gentle high five) session after the event. This is the first time he will be in Singapore.
It has been over a year since K-pop boyband Seventeen graced our shores. This time, the 13 boys are back with a full-scale concert, DIAMOND EDGE, showing Singapore Carats (the name of Seventeen's fans) how much they have grown both musically and performance-wise.
We’re so proud to announce that our homegrown talent will be featured in one of the world’s biggest event dedicated to Korean pop music.
BtoB's Yook Sung-jae revealed he wants a membership at ION Orchard to get shopping discounts. Read more about what he said at the press conference earlier today: BtoB's Yook Sung-jae at press conference for relaunch of ION Orchard's ION Sky
Actor and singer Yook Sung-jae, a member of K-pop boyband BtoB, made an appearance in Singapore at a press conference on Thursday (29 Sept) for the relaunch of ION Orchard’s observation deck ION Sky, ahead of his performance at ION Orchard’s eighth anniversary concert on Friday.
CL, former member of K-pop girl group 2NE1, at the press conference for the relaunch of ION Sky. Former 2NE1 member CL made a guest appearance at the relaunch of ION Orchard’s observation deck ION Sky, alongside Yook Sung-jae of K-pop boy group BtoB. At the press conference for the relaunch in Singapore on Thursday (28 September), the 26-year-old shared about her love for shopping and gave some fashion advice.
South Korean actor Lee Dong-wook was back in Singapore for his second visit this year, this time to attend the opening of Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster’s first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 Sept). The opening party of the Gentle Monster store in Singapore was also attended by local celebrities such as Joanne Peh, Lee Teng, Xu Bin, Derrick Hoh, Kelly Poon, Shigga Shay, Rozz Lee, and Hayley and Jayley Woo.
Korean designer eyewear brand, Gentle Monster, opened their first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store opening at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 September). Actor Lee Dong-wook (who played The Grim Reaper in popular K-drama 'Goblin') attended the opening event, which was also graced by local celebrities such as Joanne Peh, Lee Teng, Xu Bin, Derrick Hoh, Kelly Poon, Shigga Shay, Rozz Lee, and Hayley and Jayley Woo. Gentle Monster is known for its funky eyewear designs as well as their themed retail spaces in Shanghai, New York, and various locations in South Korea. The Singapore flagship store is named “samsara”, which means ‘cycle of life’ in Sanskrit. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
You may know him more commonly as L of popular K-pop boyband INFINITE, but this South Korean singer is also hoping to attract more fans as the actor Kim Myung-soo. This was one of the things the K-pop star shared while he was in Singapore on Friday (22 September) and Saturday (23 September). Kim made his debut in the Korean entertainment industry in 2010 as INFINITE’s L, but uses Kim Myung-soo for his acting jobs.
Just six months after their first concert in Singapore in April, K-pop girl group TWICE is back here again, supposedly to film their own reality show “TWICE TV”.
Popular K-pop boyband Wanna One looked a tad familiar as they attended a press conference for the media and a select group of fans on Friday (22 September), ahead of their first fan meeting in Singapore. Having to style eleven members of a K-pop boyband must be tough, so we can’t really blame their stylist or stylists for sticking to a monochrome theme. Fresh off their win for the New Korean Wave Rookie Award on Thursday (21 September), the temporary boyband from survival reality show “Produce 101 Season” is in Singapore for their first (and possibly last) fan meeting.
Maressa Zahirah was 22 years old when she got through the Singapore audition for the first season of TV program ‘K-pop Star Hunt’ in South Korea in 2011– and she was the oldest contestant in the competition. Maressa said the agents hinted that her age (she was 23 by then) was an issue.
Less than a year after holding a fan-meeting in Singapore in April, K-drama star Lee Dong-wook will be returning to Singapore on 26 September.
Just two days after ticket sales for Korean pop group Wanna One’s fan meeting in Singapore began on 2 Sept (Saturday), most of the ticket categories have been sold out, with only CAT 3 ($128) available for purchase. Earlier on Saturday (2 Sept), after sales had started, local concert promoter IME Singapore announced that they opened more seats for sale due to “overwhelming response”. IME Singapore announced on 28 Aug via their Facebook page that the popular 11-member group would be visiting Singapore for the first time.
South Korean actor Kang Ha-neul was in Singapore to promote his upcoming movie "Midnight Runners". More from the press conference here: Kang Ha-neul drew inspiration from The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon for 'Midnight Runners' Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
'Midnight Runners' director Jason Kim poses with star Kang Ha-neul and a cardboard cut-out of co-star Park Seo-jun at a press conference in Singapore. Find out what he had to say about his role here: Kang Ha-neul drew inspiration from The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon for 'Midnight Runners' 'Midnight Runners' opens in Singapore cinemas on 7 September.
While in Singapore on Thursday (31 Aug) to promote the movie ‘Midnight Runners’, South Korean actor Kang Ha-neul told the media that he took reference for his role from Sheldon Cooper, a popular character from the long-running American television sitcom, “The Big Bang Theory”.