FT Island’s Lee Hong Ki Jumps for ‘Passionate Goodbye’ MV
Lending not just his acting skills but his voice as well, FT Island’s Lee Hong Gi sang for his upcoming movie, Passionate Goodbye.
On May 15, Lee Hong Gi unveiled the music video for Jump, part of the soundtrack for Passionate Goodbye. In the movie, Lee Hong Gi plays a rebellious singer who gets sentenced to community service at a hospice.
Although annoyed at first, Lee Hong Gi begins to open to the patients, who have a final dream of setting up a band together.
Lee Hyori returns as one of the "Bad Girls" with hilarious MV + 'Monochrome' album
The diva is back! Lee Hyori has officially stepped out of her long break away from the music scene with her 5th album 'Monochrome' and her title track "Bad Girls"!
She's already proven her presence by topping charts with her pre-release "Miss Korea" without any promotions for the song, so she's expected to reign as queen with her full comeback!
"Bad Girls", her title track, is a dance song that features analog band sounds composed by a Norwegian team, with the lyrics written by Hyori herself. In addition to the title song, the sexy songstress also participated in writing 9 other songs, pouring her all into her comeback.
So check out the album below as well as her music video with a cameo by Leessang's Gil, and catch her first stage through her comeback show '2HYORI Show' airing on the 22nd!
Lee Hyori proves 30s are the new 20s in a sexy pictorial for 'Cosmopolitan'
Lee Hyori has been loving her 'monochrome' album concept and mesmerized fans with her chic black-and-white fashion for 'Cosmopolitan'.
Lee Hyori turns heads with her fierce eye makeup and jet black hairstyle, while proving that 30s are the new 20s as she effortlessly looks sexy in her simple, structured outfits.
In an interview with the magazine, the veteran singer also revealed the turning points in her life to be her plagiarism controversy and dating her boyfriend Lee Sang Soon. Lee Hyori and Lee Sang Soon have been happily dating for the past three years and her guitarist boyfriend also took part in steering the musical direction of Lee Hyori's new album.
Lee Hyori shared, "I think it's important that you always express yourself freely and understand the various situations that come upon you because of it."
The queen has now returned to her rightful K-pop throne with her 5th album 'Monochrome'!
In the midst of the controversy between Block B and their agency, Stardom Entertainment, it has been reported that the agency's former CEO, Mr. Lee, has been found dead in his home's basement on the 20th after what appears to be suicide.
Mr. Lee has been under much attention after Block B filed their lawsuit against the agency citing that they have not been paid for a year and that Lee had even received money from the members' parents. The agency responded through their official statement that Lee indeed received money from the parents and had run off with it afterwards, and stated that they were planning to take legal action against him as well.
An individual who knew him said, "He's been having a hard time due to issues related to the lawsuit... He hadn't been seen recently."
A wake has been set up at a hospital in Seoul, and his funeral will take place on the 22nd.
A suspicious dead body was discovered in a car belonging to Son Ho Young (33).
According to the police on the 21st, the body of a dead woman was found in a car registered under Son Ho Young.
The police reported, "The car was found near the Seoul Gangnam Misung Apartments on the 15th. It was towed because there was a report that there was an illegal car in that location. However, no owner appeared to claim it after a few days, so we examined the inside of the car, and discovered a dead body. We verified the owner of the car, and it was Son Ho Young. We called Son Ho Young late this afternoon to investigate this matter."
The police are currently leaning toward suicide as a possible answer. The police stated, "We found a written will in the car, so we believe this is suicide."
Son Ho Young's label said, "It is Son Ho Young's car. It's also true that he is close with the deceased female, and it's also true that he was under police investigations for this. He had met up with her often but that became less frequent because he was preparing for his album. Shortly thereafter, she suddenly cut off all contact with him, and both her family and he were worried about her. The police call then came for him for the investigation."
Currently, there is no concrete decision by the police and the case is ongoing.
Son Ho Young's label releases official statement about body in his car, reveals woman was his girlfriend
There was a huge shock when news erupted that a dead woman's body was found in Son Ho Young's car. Now, more details have emerged through an official statement released by his label, CJ E&M.
CJ E&M said, "Son Ho Young was investigated by the Gangnam Police Station related to the dead woman's body being found in his car. After participating in the investigation, he just returned home recently. He was investigated from 10-12PM on the 21st, and he had no idea about the situation until he was contacted by the police. Currently, he's so shocked that he can't even make a statement. We ask for your understanding in the matter."
On the many rumors surrounding the identity of the woman, they said, "There are many rumors that the woman is a celebrity that Son Ho Young had dated before. We checked, and we are even more cautious to say anything because she is a non-celebrity who had been dating Son Ho Young seriously for about a year."
On her suicide, the label said, "Recently, they had a small argument because he became busy for his album preparations. However, it was not a situation that should have grown into this. They didn't break up, and they were doing fine, so Son Ho Young is in shock more than anything because of this sudden situation."
The car is Son Ho Young's own car, but she borrowed it often in order to practice her driving. On his future schedules, his label said, "He won't be able to participate in any formal schedules."