Sunday, May 22nd, 2022

DAY6’s Jae Leaves Group

Jae has parted ways with DAY6 and JYP Entertainment.

On January 1, JYP Entertainment released the following statement:

Hello, this is JYP Entertainment.

First of all, we sincerely apologize for causing concern with sudden news to My Day, who shows much support for DAY6.

Jae, who has been a member of DAY6 until now, left the team as of December 31, 2021, and his contract was terminated. We exchanged deep conversations with Jae for a long time, and following careful discussion, we decided to respect the artist’s opinion and conclude our exclusive contract

Although our relationship with Jae has come to an end, JYP Entertainment will also cheer on Jae’s future activities with his new start.

We promise to continue full support and efforts for DAY6’s activities, and we ask for continuous love and support from My Day.

Thank you.

Melon has shared a closer look at the artists and songs that received the most love from its younger listeners this year!

As it prepares to wrap up 2021, Melon—Korea’s largest streaming service—has analyzed the favorite artists and songs of its Gen Z listeners by demographic. Using data from January 1 to November 21, Melon has released lists of the top 10 favorite artists of male and female listeners in their teens and twenties in 2021.

IU was overwhelmingly the most popular artist of the year among younger listeners, sweeping the No. 1 spot for every demographic except teenage females. Meanwhile, NCT also had an incredible year, with their various units claiming four of the top 10 spots on the list of teenage females’ favorite artists for 2021.

2021 SBS Gayo Daejeon kicked off on Christmas night!

Hosted by SHINee’s Key, ITZY’s Yuna, and Boom, 2021 SBS Gayo Daejeon is being broadcast live from the Namdong Gymnasium in Incheon on December 25, starting at 6 p.m. KST.

Before the dazzling performances from the lineup of 25 artists and special collaborations, 2021 SBS Gayo Daejeon launched with a glamorous (and holiday-themed) red carpet.

With a premise of three women in hospice coming together to murder someone, “The One and Only” seemed like it was going to be an incredible drama from the start. With an all-star cast starring Ahn Eun Jin, Red Velvet’s Joy, Kang Ye Won, and Kim Kyung Nam, the premiere episodes lived up to all expectations and then some. It mixed the perfect amount of intrigue, suspense, and human connection in a nice pretty little bow. Below, we’ve curated a list of all the things we loved.

Although this is a romance drama, the standout relationship of the show is between Pyo In Sook (Ahn Eun Jin), Kang Se Yeon (Kang Ye Won), and Sung Mi Do (Joy). While Pyo In Sook and Sung Mi Do get off on the entirely wrong foot, it takes mere seconds for Sung Mi Do to step up and be supportive once it’s revealed that Pyo In Sook’s grandma Yook Sung Ja (Go Doo Shim) has been beaten badly by her neighbor who then moved on to his daughter Ha San Ah (Seo Yeon Woo). Kang Se Yeon is quick to join as well and sets the murder plot into motion by asking if it would be okay to take one person with them since they are terminally ill.

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