Popular South Korean star Kim Woo-bin has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, reports said on Wednesday.
South Korean celebrity couple Kim Tae-hee and Rain are expecting their first child, according to media reports. Kim Tae-hee’s agency, Lua Entertainment, reportedly released a statement on Tuesday (23 May) saying that the 37-year-old actress is 15 weeks pregnant and will be focusing on her health for the time being. Kim Tae-hee and Rain tied the knot on 19 January.
All tickets to the popular Korean show 'Music Bank' world tour in Singapore were sold out less than two hours after going on sale at 10am on Tuesday.
Beyond the gleaming towers of modern high-tech Seoul, it is the dark past of South Korea's years of dictatorship, violence and upheaval that have inspired the country's staggering rise as a cinematic powerhouse. No fewer than five South Korean movies are showing in the elite selection of this year's Cannes film festival. Films about bloody crimes, gangsters and corruption, often with a political edge, have swept box offices and film awards, winning praise for gritty stories about the dark underbelly of society.
Thanks to a massive fan base that stretches around the globe, BTS was able to overtake pop superstars like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez and capture the Top Social Artist award.
South Korean actress Lee Sung-kyung dished out some of her favourite make-up tips at Ion Orchard, but also remembered to cater to fans of her most recent show.
Barely three months since their last concert in Singapore, popular Korean boy group EXO is set to return to the island again. This time, the group will be making a guest appearance at shoe brand Skechers’ “Sweet Monster K-pop dance competition 2017” on 10 June. Skechers Singapore published a Facebook post on Thursday (18 May) announcing details of the dance competition as well as an appearance by EXO, who are also brand ambassadors .
Fans of BIGBANG’s G-dragon gifted the K-pop star a forest on Korea’s Jeju Island for his upcoming 29th birthday.
Tickets to the Singapore stop for ‘Music Bank’, one of Korea’s most popular music shows, will go on sale on 23 May at 10am, local promoter Launch Group announced on Tuesday (16 May). The star-studded show was previously announced to be stopping by Singapore as part of the 10th Music Bank World Tour on 4 August. To be held at the Suntec Convention Hall 601-604, the ‘Music Bank’ World Tour in Singapore will see a line-up of popular K-pop groups, CNBLUE, SHINee, Red Velvet, Mamamoo and BTS, who were recently confirmed to be attending the 2017 Billboard Music Awards.
Popular Korean model-actress Lee Sung-kyung will be in Singapore for a promotional event for Korean beauty and cosmetics brand Laneige on 20 May 2017.
Popular K-pop boy band SEVENTEEN will be performing in Singapore on 29 September as part of their "DIAMOND EDGE" world tour.
Tickets to G-Dragon's "“ACT III, M.O.T.T.E” 2017 concert in Singapore range from $148 to $348 and will go on sale on 20 May at 12pm via SportsHub's website.
Just a day before his official comeback to the Korean music scene on Wednesday (10 May), Korean rapper PSY revealed five track covers from his long-awaited eighth album, "4x2=8".
Popular Korean-American singer-songwriter Eric Nam is set to perform in Singapore for the first time on 30 July (Saturday), 6pm at The MES Theatre at Mediacorp.
It's been a few days since Korean hip-hop music label AOMG (Above Ordinary Music Group) had their first concert in Singapore on Monday (1 May), but rapper Simon Dominic is still the talk of the town.
Two female students were arrested on Sunday (30 April) for misusing their boarding passes to meet Korean hip-hop artist Simon Dominic at Singapore Changi Airport's transit area.
Fans of popular Korean drama “Strong Woman Do Bong-soon” gathered around the Plaza Singapura atrium on Saturday (29 April) to meet main leads Park Hyung-sik and Park Bo-young.
Fans of the popular cable drama from JTBC, “Strong Woman Do Bong-soon”, gathered around Plaza Singapura atrium (level 1) on Saturday (29 April) to meet it's main leads, Park Hyung Shik and Park Bo-young. After watching a romantic snippet from the drama, fans started to tease the couple by shouting (in Korean), “Kiss, kiss, kiss”. Flustered, Bo-young responded to the fans’ request by asking them to watch the drama instead for the kiss scene.
Hyung-shik was very eager to share that they had chicken rice for lunch (he even stood up from his seat enthusiastically). Bo-young said that she came back with her sister for a vacation after visiting Singapore in 2015 to promote her previous drama, "Oh My Ghost". She also shared with us her love for kaya toast, laksa and bak kut teh.
A day before their first concert in Singapore, popular South Korean girl group TWICE spoke of their enjoyment of a famous local dish.
A day before their first ever concert in Singapore, members of popular South Korean girl group TWICE met with the media at a press conference on 28 April.
Popular Korean music show "Music Bank" will be having its first concert in Singapore on 4 August, with actor Park Bo-gum and Red Velvet's Irene returning as hosts.
IME Singapore announced on Facebook on Tuesday (25 April) that G-Dragon, who is one out five of South Korea’s mega popular K-pop group Big Bang, will be performing in Singapore on 24 and 25 June at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Singapore viewers eyeing the Korean drama remake of the 2001 box-office hit "My Sassy Girl" will be able to catch the premiere on 29 May at the same time it airs in South Korea.