Tagged: hwang soo ah (director)
Brown Eyed Girls are back with a brand new album, brand new image and brand new sound with their first comeback single Brave New World (신세계).
The single of SHINee’s repackaged album, Married To The Music, is a funky song accompanied by an even funnier music video
Korean singer Son GaIn is back with a brand new mini-album exploring religious imagery. The first single of the album titled Paradise Lost explores the idea of rapture right after the first temptation.
And as promised by the beginning of the week, here’s Seo Taiji’s own version of Sogyeok-dong (소격동).
The father of modern Kpop Seo Taiji collaborates with IU for the release of the ethereal synth Sogyeok-dong (소격동), a central neighborhood in South Korea, home to a military agency that forced college students to undertake moral education during the 80s.
GaIn continues the promotion of her latest EP with the release of Truth or Dare (진실 혹은 대담).
Well, BEG’s maknae hasn’t exactly shied away from controversy, so she’s back with a brand new solo track with the cleverly titled Fxxk U.
South Korean singer IU has just released her third studio album titled Modern Times, and has been promoting the album with lead single The Red Shoes (분홍신), alongside longtime collaborators Hwang Soo Ah, Kim Eana and Lee Min-Soo.
My favorite Kpop girl group bias is back since… officially 2011, with the single and tribute to Tarantino’s Kill Bill.
Korean group Sunny Hill collaborates with Hareem in Darling of All Hearts (만인의 연인), an amalgam of folksy dance pop with dashes of polka- and I sense some Irish punch, at the hand of Kim Eana.