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  1. Which idols do netizens think have the best live performances? A netizen picked out the idol groups that had the best live performances, and the majority of the netizens are agreeing with the list. They included the following idols: 1. BTOB 2. SHINee 3. Highlight 4. MAMAMOO 5. BTS 6. NU'EST 7. Lovelyz 8. INFINITE 9. iKON 10. Black Pink 11. GOT7 12. VIXX 13. Pentagon 14. Big Bang 15. G-Friend 16. WINNER 17. B1A4 18. TVXQ 19. B.A.P 20. Golden Child 21. KARD 22. Block B Do you agree with the list?
  2. Tony Moly hosted a fansign with BTOB recently. However, many fans are furious at how things were handled. Apparently, much of the 80 fans who had been chosen for the fansign were not present, so Tony Moly just let the fans who were around to watch the fansign in. BTOB also had a schedule right after the fansign, but they were asked for more autographs by the staff on-site, who had a list ready to receive multiple autographs. Fans commented, "We're not blaming the fans who were there for getting chosen. We're blaming Tony Moly for not having a back-up list of people who actually bought the items and qualified for the fansign." They also commented, "This wasn't a fansign, but an event for the employees," "There were employees that had a whole list ready on their phone to get autographs," and "This is a brand that plays around with the idol and their fans." Questions about the fairness of those chosen were also brought up. Tony Moly had issued an apology on the day of the event, stating that because of the sudden heavy rain, many fans had not been able to attend, and that they had to unavoidably choose fans who were there to fill up the spot. However, controversy continued, and in a phone call with Segye Ilbo, the company explained, "It's true that if you bought certain items, you had more of a chance to be chosen. If you fulfilled the requirements, one person could enter multiple times. All of the fans were chosen fairly through a program. Early on the day of the fansign, many fans said they could not attend. It was our first time where over half of those chosen could not come, so we were also surprised. But it's an exaggeration to say about 70 people were not there." The company also explained, "The signatures were already agreed by the members to promote the brand. The members arrived very shortly before the fansign and we didn't have time, so we didn't have a choice but to get the signatures after the event was over." On fans on-site being allowed in as substitutes, the company said, "It was hard for us to check everyone's purchase history. We just chose them on the spot. We are also sorry for causing so much concern to the fans." Source
  3. 9 Groups Whose Contracts Are Expiring Next Year 1. B.A.P B.A.P debuted in 2012 with TS Entertainment. In 2014, B.A.P filed a lawsuit against TS Entertainment, wishing to nullify their contract due to unfair working conditions and profit distribution. In 2015, B.A.P and TS Entertainment reached a settlement but, given the history between the two parties, fans’ concerns about B.A.P’s upcoming contract expiration are understandable. 2. VIXX VIXX debuted with Jellyfish Entertainment in 2012. No disputes between the two parties have been reported and the VIXX members have expressed their desire to continue on as a group. 3. NU’EST NU’EST debuted in 2012 under Pledis Entertainment. No publicized disputes between the group and their label have occurred, but the past few months have not been easy for either party due to Baekho‘s sexual assault charges (which have since been dropped). Fans worry that NU’EST’s contract may not be renewed since the group has been on an on-and-off hiatus and has not produced a full studio album since Bridge the World in 2015. 4. BTOB BTOB was formed in 2012 by Cube Entertainment. Under the label, BTOB has gained success, and the group has given no indication that they would not be willing to renew their contract with Cube. In spite of this, fans are forced to remember 4MINUTE, another successful Cube group that disbanded after their seven-year contract came to an end. 5. Wanna One Wanna One was formed by CJ E&M through Produce 101 and debuted under YMC Entertainment and CJ E&M in 2017. The popular group has been active for less than a year, but their contract is already set to end on December 31, 2018. On January 31, a news outlet reported that Wanna One’s contract may be extended to February 2019. In response, YMC stated that although an extension was brought up during a meeting, it has not been discussed in-depth. 6. EXID EXID debuted in 2012 under AB Entertainment and is currently under AB Entertainment and Banana Culture Entertainment. At this time it is unknown whether EXID’s contract will be renewed. 7. AOA AOA debuted in 2012 under FNC Entertainment. Two of the group’s eight original members have parted ways with FNC, but fans hope that the remaining six members will be able to continue their group activities in 2019. 8. Hello Venus Hello Venus was formed in 2012 by Tricell Media. The group’s debut was strong, but group activities began to dwindle as members embarked on solo activities. Since Hello Venus has not produced a full studio since The Mystery of Venus in 2016, fans fear the contract may not be renewed. 9. FIESTAR FIESTAR debuted in 2012 under Kakao M (formerly LOEN Entertainment). For two years, Fiestar produced music under LOEN’s sub-label Collabodadi before Collabodadi was dissolved and Fiestar was returned to the LOEN Tree. So far, it is uncertain whether or not Fiestar’s contract will be renewed under Kakao M. https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/9-groups-whose-contracts-expiring-next-year/
  4. Article: 'Sugarman 2' BtoB Yook Sungjae, "It's been hard to stay in contact with Joy since WGM"Source: Sports Chosun via Nate1. [+592, -55] So why is Joy on 'Sugarman 2' again ㅠㅠ ㅋㅋ2. [+339, -19] All business ㅎㅎ3. [+271, -21] It's been years since WGM and they're still being asked about it?4. [+37, -11] I honestly can see Joy going down Sulli's path...5. [+35, -6] Joy is so bad at MCing though...6. [+34, -18] I remember Sungjae totally not being into her ㅋㅋ it was actually so obvious that it made viewers feel embarrassed for her7. [+33, -5] Useless member of 'Sugarman 1' = Sandara Park, useless member of 'Sugarman 2' = Joy!8. [+20, -9] Joy-ya~ don't smile if you don't want to, it's so unnatural when you force yourself to9. [+13, -5] Stop asking them that;; it's been years since they left the show11. [+12, -3] You would think they would at least remain friends after going through a show like that together but I guess everything's strictly business-