Tagged: snsd (girl’s generation)
Taeyeon’s brand new single, Happy, is finally out. Originally scheduled to release on Taeyeon’s birthday, until her father passed away on the very same day.
Despite the lack of full albums and minis that I listened to over the past year, my current iTunes list of chosen songs this year has a whopping +90 tracks, so yeah. It’s been a difficult task to try to reduce my list by nearly half, so there will definitely be a lot of cheating on this list.
Amy and long-time YAMMie Julyssa got together to reminisce about their time following Asian entertainment, but most of all— Kpop. Though life has continued in mysterious and amazing ways, YAM Magazine has been running for nearly 10 years.
The maknae — youngest member — of Girls’ Generation, Seohyun, has just made her solo debut with the single Don’t Say No, directed by Kim Ja-kyoung (김자경) for Flexible Pictures.
Taeyeon promotes the release of her second mini, Why, with the release of Starlight and self-titled song, both in charge of Röntgen (뢴트겐).
Girls’ Generation are back with a fifth studio album and to promote they have released Lion Heart and You Think. Two songs of very different sound and style.
I am back! And what way to be back but with a list of the best Kpop releases of the last month? Kpop has been very active this summer and there’s been interesting comebacks...
I began a simple news post over on my main website, and it started to turn into a discussion about debuts in the United States in general. So I decided to bring the discussion over hear to YAM to see what everyone else thought.
A rundown of the best tracks from Korea this year, along with a look at Japan and Taiwan. WARNING: Girls aplenty!
SNSD’s TaeYeon sings Bye, the theme song for the South Korean and China co-production film titled Mr. Go, which stars Chinese child star Jiao Xu.