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  • Korean movie opening today 2015/02/11 in Korea

    2015/02/11, Source
    Korean movie opening today 2015/02/11 in Korea: "Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island",...More
  • Singer Jo Kwan-woo Stabbed But No Danger To Life

    2012/07/16, Source
    Singer Jo Kwan-woo has reportedly been stabbed by someone he knows, causing him serious injuries, but luckily he's in stable condition. According to reports, Jo was stabbed by someone he was working with at his own home at 1 AM on July 15th in Ilsan. The acquaintance, "A", had stabbed Jo in his neck area with a soju bottle,...More
  • Cube Entertainment Reveals Plans for 2012 Including 21-City Beast World Tour

    2011/12/27, Source
    The "Cube Entertainment Vision Briefing" press conference was held on December 26th at the Lotte Hotel in Seoul by Cube Entertainment. Plans for 2012 were discussed, related to Cube's major artists: Beast, 4minute, and G.na. Beast for instance will be going on a 21-city tour starting off in Seoul on February 4th. They'll move on to Berlin, London, Spain, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, Singapore, five cities in Japan, Bangkok, Shanghai, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. 14 countries and 21 cities have so far been confirmed, with talks still ongoing for Brazil and Argentina,...More

 

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