K-pop idols are a source of inspiration for their fans in many areas of their lives, from their artistry to their make-up, lifestyles, and fashion. Idols take the opportunity to wear the latest trends and releases from their favourite labels - from renowned designers to indie brands - when off duty, and, until the coronavirus pandemic shut them down, their concerts were showcases for their personal style. When the health crisis put travelling and promotional tours on hold, Korean pop celebrities turned to social media to show off their fashion. Many K-pop stars have their own personal Instagram accounts, and with complete control over the content they post online, some took the opportunity to share their favourite looks. No matter your personal style, or whose music you are into, these 10 stylish K-pop idols are bound to inspire you. 1. Jennie from Blackpink Jennie's style inspires millions. An ambassador for Chanel, the Blackpink rapper not only likes the French … [Read more...] about 10 K-pop idols who rock fashion, from luxury to vintage to streetwear
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South Korean K-pop companies are increasingly eyeing the North and South American markets for their future plans. This week saw three power players in the K-pop world – Hybe, CJ ENM and SM Entertainment – confirm plans to move into the Americas to find talent via joint ventures with local partners. Hybe (formerly Big Hit Entertainment), which houses BTS among other popular South Korean acts, recently acquired Scooter Braun’s US-based Ithaca, which manages the likes of Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. According to Hybe, the expansion was both to support its artists as well as to develop “new global artists based on Ithaca Holdings’ expertise and network in the US music industry”. The confirmation of its plans to enter the US market arrived on May 4 during a shareholder update in which it also reported a strong first quarter 2021, with US$161 million (S$215 million) in revenues, up 29 per cent year-on-year, and operating profit up nine per cent over the same period. Its … [Read more...] about Will the next BTS come from the US? K-pop companies look West
You'll unlock the Destiny 2 Aspect of Destruction deeper in the Beyond Light storyline, and like the other Aspect, it will add essential abilities to your Stasis arsenal. Hunters will get a special dodge that slows nearby enemies, Titans can spawn melee-boosting Stasis shards by shattering crystals, and Warlocks can freeze nearby enemies by placing a rift. These are all powerful abilities in their own right and they make for some fun loadout possibilities, so we've prepared a full Destiny 2 Aspect of Destruction guide to help you unlock these powers as quickly as possible. Born in Darkness 4 Get 50 Stasis Kills Run Three Nightfall Strikes and defeat combatants affected by Stasis Defeat the House of Salvation in Creation Bring the Skeleton Key to the Exo Stranger Meet with Exo Stranger in Beyond Get 50 Stasis Kills While Guardians were busy in the Raid, Doctor Bray was busy researching. She’s completed decrypting Clovis Bray I’s journal and has news for … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 Beyond Light: Aspect of Destruction explained – how to continue mastering your Stasis subclass
The following interview is an excerpt from Daebak Weekly , BuzzFeed's K-pop newsletter. You can sign up for more here . The origins of South Korean supergroups might be a mystery to some in the West, but celebrities' references to their "trainee days" are as common knowledge in Asia as Kim Kardashian is to American pop cultural discourse. The search for K-pop stars begins with entertainment companies hosting auditions — domestically and abroad — when they announce plans for a new group. The top-ranking kids — yes, they are literally children and teenagers — are then invited to participate in a rigorous training process. While the notoriously tough basics of the trainee system (intense practice of vocals, dance, and English, as well as some kind of dieting) are generally known, the exact goings-on are not. The process can take anywhere from a few months to several years, but the end result always turns out a lineup of triple-threat groups with strategically built up … [Read more...] about She Entered The K-Pop Competition Show “Produce 101” To Become An Idol. Here’s What Happened Next.