On February 12, former TVXQ and current JYJ member Kim Jaejoong released his 2nd solo album- No. X. ‘NO.X’ is Jaejoong’s first release since 2013. Jaejoong wrote the lyrics to 9 of the tracks and even self-composed some of the… Continue Reading
On the fifth day of Korea Joa project, we had a chance to visit SMTOWN! Are you a fan of SM Entertainment’s artistes? If you are, then you must have heard about SMTOWN at COEX Artium. It’s truly a heaven… Continue Reading
Cheers! Another giveaway from K-popped! K-Pop Now! takes a fun look at Korea’s high-energy pop music, and is written for its growing legion of fans. It features all the famous groups and solos singers, and takes an insider’s look at how… Continue Reading
2013 almost come to an end. Let’s have a minute to go through what happened in Malaysia’s Kpop scene this year. 2013 is the busiest year for Kpop fans (well, not that we’re complaining). The continuous flow of Korean stars coming… Continue Reading
It was a hot day in Kuala Lumpur that day, but the temperature in the Topaz Room of The Saujana Hotel was even hotter as two men decked in black suits entered the room, garnering cheers from the members of… Continue Reading
TVXQ won over the hearts of Cassiopeias (TVXQ fanclub name) AGAIN as they performed a spectacular comeback performance in Malaysia on May 18. Stadium Malawati Shah Alam transforms into a sea of pearl red throughout the 3 hour performance.
TVXQ is back! The duo — Uknow Yunho and Max Changmin — will be performing live in our country on May 18. The pair will make a stop in Malaysia as part of their brand new TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR.
After its first successful run in February 2012, the Universal K-Pop Crazy Party is back again this year! The invite-only event will be held on 24 March 2013 (Sunday) from 2pm onwards at Bentley Music Auditorium in Mutiara Damansara.
JYJ, comprising of former TVXQ members Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu, have landed another endorsement deal, this time round with cosmetics brand, Tony Moly!
On June 23, thousands of K-pop fans flocked to Asia-World Arena, Hong Kong’s largest performance venue to watch their favourite Korean artistes perform live. This is surely a sign of K-pop’s phenomenal rise in popularity.