Archive for DBSK

[01.21.09] VIPs play nasty

Posted in Big Bang, Dong Bang Shin Ki with tags , , , on January 22, 2009 by koala41


Yet another incident of useless fanwars and fans with way too much time on their hands.

Dong Bang Shin Ki and Big Bang are having their concerts in Korea at similar times and according to Sports Seoul, some VIPs — who can’t stand to another winning boy band compete with theirs — reserved DBSK concert tickets without actually paying for them and thus preventing actual fans from purchasing them.

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[01.16.09] SM Artistes Barred Indefinitely From KBS Music Bank

Posted in KPop with tags , , , on January 17, 2009 by koala41

Update: At least KBS was not sneaky about this. Despite the ban from appearing on Music Bank, So Nyeo Shi Dae still managed to win the K-Chart for Gee, their first win since their comeback over Baek Ji Young and K.Will.

BoA, DBSK, etc will not be appearing on KBS Music Bank indefinitely after SM Entertainment were served with a notice from KBS this month. This apparently was because of DBSK no-show at KBS Gayo Daechuk last year.


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2008 MKMF is One Giant Party for the Major Entertainment Companies?

Posted in Mnet KM Music Festival 2008 with tags , , , , , on November 18, 2008 by koala41

The dust have settled and the conclusion of the 10th Mnet Korea Music Festival (MKMF) this past Saturday have seen deserving singers who have worked really hard over the past year receiving awards as recognition. But there has been mumurings that the 2008 MKMF is just an internal party for YG Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, SM Entertainment and MNET Media. The distribution of the awards has been described as distributing pork by some fans.


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Wonder Girls, Big Bang, DBSK Share The Big Awards at 2008 MKMF

Posted in Big Bang, Jewelry, Lee Hyo Ri, Mnet KM Music Festival 2008, Wonder Girls with tags , , , , , on November 18, 2008 by koala41

The 2008 Mnet Korean Music Festival (MKMF) took place last night at Seoul’s Jamsil stadium with it being hailed as the biggest-ever in it’s 10 year history. From the red carpet to the awards ceremony, the entire festival lasted 6 hours. Not only that, it was broadcast live in Korea, China and Japan at the same time which meant that much more watched the event for the first time in history. But the most important thing was who will walk away with the big awards.


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