Category Archives: BoA News

BoA & Yunho’s (TVXQ) Chemistry

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Posted: Monday February 23, 2015 @ 5:49 a.m PST


BoA & Yunho (TVXQ) – Only One
I know that these two aren’t in the original MV of ‘Only one’ but who can deny the ridiculous amount of chemistry the two had on stage together it almost makes you think that they are more than just friends.

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BoA ‘s 2015 Comeback Album

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Source:Koreaboo –  Star News

Media: Koreaboo –  Star News

Posted: Thursday January 1, 2015 @ 6:57 p.m PST


BoA will be making a comeback in 2015 with a Korean album, to commemorate her 15th anniversary with plans to surprise her fans with a “special gift”.

Boa debuted at the age of 14 in August of 2000 with the first official album “ID Peace B” and has released multiple albums in Japan as well as Korea. Her last Korean album was her 7th official album, “Only One”, in 2012.

She debuted in Japan in 2001 and since her first official Japanese album was released on March 2002, she has placed herself on the Oricon Charts multiple times. Many of her singles have also won first place on the charts.

SM Entertainment revealed on December 31st that the artist will be releasing a new album revealing, “We cannot specify when at the moment but BoA will be releasing a new album in Korea next year. The music will be such that only BoA can pull off.”

Stay tuned for more details on her comeback!


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BoA Plays Yeonae Who Never Succeeds To Date A Man For A Long Time

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Source: Hancinema  / By Lee Sun-min []

Media: Hancinema

Posted: Thursday September 5, 2013 @6:21 p.m. PST


Singer BoA has said she is taking on challenges to expand her presence on the entertainment scene. The performer tried out acting, on KBS TV drama “Hope for Love“, for the first time recently. Her episodes are scheduled to air Wednesday and Thursday.

In the drama, BoA plays a girl named Yeonae who has superior looks but never succeeds to date a man for a long time.

“As I started my career early, I sometimes had to face some moments [where I felt] that I have to settle at where I AM., said BoA.

“I thought my youth was going to a waste, so I wanted to take a challenge on a new thing and climb up the ladder again”.

She then added that there is no rule that singers should only sing and not act.

“Comedians sing too, but people especially have prejudice over singers taking an acting job”.

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BoA Rejected As An Actress

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Source: Korea Joong Ang Daily By Lee Sun-min

Media: Korea Joong Ang Daily

Posted: Friday August 2, 2013 @1:49 p.m. PST


K-pop icon BoA says she long wanted to try out acting, but she was too famous as a singer to get the chance.

“I’ve constantly thought about derailing the life I have as the singer BoA over the past 13 years,” she said in a recent filming of the SBS talk show “Thank You” (which airs tonight).

“I tried for a long time to move into acting, but I was rejected in the casting process so many times as people said it was too burdensome to take me due to the image I have as a singer.”

The singer finally got a chance to act thanks to the 3-D dance movie “Make Your Move 3D,” which recently opened in Europe. It has not received a release date for Korea.

BoA also gets the chance to try out her acting skills in the two-episode KBS drama “Expect Dating,” which is scheduled for release next month.


BoA and Derek Hough “Make Your Move 3D” Fea. TVXQ Yunho

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Media Credit: Koreaboo

Posted: Monday June 24, 2013 @ 1:09 p.m PST





It has been over two years since the initial announcement of BoA’s film debut for the dance flick, “COBU 3D.”

Re-titled to “Make Your Move 3D,” a two-minute official trailer for was finally revealed online, quickly exploring Aya (BoA) and Donny’s (Derek Hough) budding relationship throughout the story line.

BoA takes on a variety of dance genres including tap dancing.

“Make Your Move 3D” is a Romeo and Juliet-type romance as Aya and Donny find themselves between their brother’s rivalry regarding their underground club in New York.

TVXQ’s Yunho is also known to have made a cameo appearance.

An official release date for the United States and South Korea has yet to be announced. According to IMDb, the movie will be released in Norway on July 12th, Belgium on July 24th, Denmark and the Netherlands on July 25th, and Italy on August 15th.

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Hong Kong Fans Ask K-Pop Artists To Boycott The “Hong Kong Dome Festival”

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Media Credit Koreaboo

Posted: Sunday June 23, 2013 @ 5:12 a.m PST


On July 1st, the “Hong Kong Dome Festival” outdoor concert will be held at the Kai Tak Development Site, lasting four hours long, and will features artists BoA, SHINee, EXO, f(x), Super Junior-M’s Henry, and local bands Mr and RubberBand.

Unfortunately, the event has been shrouded in controversy.

A pro-democracy protest rally is held annually on July 1st in Hong Kong, and Hong Kong fans have argued that their government has purposely arranged the concert in efforts to derail young people from the protest, which will focus on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.

Tickets for concerts in Hong Kong is said to average about 1,000 Hong Kong dollars (145,000 won or approximately 128 USD); but tickets for the “Hong Kong Dome Festival” were sold for 99 Hong Kong dollars (14,000 won or approximately 12 USD).

And thus, fans have been requesting K-Pop artists, who are scheduled to attend – BoA, SHINee, f(x), EXO and Super Junior-M’s Henry – through their Facebook page to boycott the upcoming concert.

One fan writes, “I love your songs and dance, but please do not go to Hong Kong on 1/ 7. BoA, please DO NOT make the show in HK on July 1. The government wants to use your fame to sidetrack the democratic event. Please consider, you are living in a country WITH democracy while we are not.”

“The concert you are attending is held at the same time as the march and I would really hate to see that you will be involved in some devious plot to try to undermine the Hong Kong people’s will to say No to a government which was not chosen by its people. Please rethink your decision to attend this concert,” posts a SHINee fan.

However, organizers of the “Hong Kong Dome Festival” deny the event was organized to clash with the protest. PIA chairwoman Florence Chan said to South China Morning Post (SCMP), “July 1 has become a day for Hongkongers to express their demands to the government. We picked this day because we wanted to show the government that we need a mega venue in Hong Kong so that we can stay competitive in the region.”

She adds that the Hong Kong Colisseum** has a capacity for 12,500, and has constantly been overbooked. “We need a venue with a capacity of 25,000 to 30,000.”

The West Kowloon Cultural District is known to have plans for an 18,000 capacity venue that will only come into fruition depending on the budget. Chan explains the the low price tickets to the music festival was “to help show public demand for mega shows (SCMP).”

Civil Human Rights Front’s Jackie Hung Ling-yu insists that the concert is sponsored by property developers to dissuade young people into participating in this year’s protest rally, but says that “the ploy would be in vain and protesters would take to the streets as usual (SCMP).”

A Facebook Page has been set up and has already attracted nearly 6,000 likes.

While there has been no word if any of the SM Entertainment artists will boycott the concert at the heed of fans, local Hong Kong bands Mr and RubberBand have recently announced that they will still participate, but will donate their earnings from the concert to charity.

RubberBand posted their decision via Facebook and Sina’s Weibo, “We offer our sincere apology to fans who are disappointed in us. After a few days of consideration, we have come to the conclusion that we can voice our opinion on any stage, wherever it is (SCMP).”

“After the event, we will [join] the march. We call upon all those who care about Hong Kong’s freedom and political development to take to the streets and express their views on that day (SCMP).”

Mr writes, “To those of you who have attacked and discredited the performers [at Dome Festival], we do not make this decision out of fear of you. I want you to know your comments bring no positive impact on society, the economy or yourself (SCMP).”

**in comparison, Tokyo Dome (Japan) has a capacity of 55,000; Kaohsiung (Taiwan) seats 40,000; Singapore Sports Hub seats 55,000.

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BoA “Between Heaven and Hell” For (KBS) Drama “Shark”

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Source: Koreaboo

Media Credit: Koreaboo /KBS

Posted: Wednesday June 5, 2013 @ 2:34 p.m PST




BoA recently sang a track titled “Between Heaven and Hell” for the new KBS drama “Shark,” and the music video for this song has finally been released.

The music video for “Between Heaven and Hell” contains scenes from the drama itself and focuses on the childhood of the main characters, specifically the close relationship that develops between the male and female protagonist. Both the scenes in the music video and the song’s melancholic tone hint at the drama’s tragic story line.

Starring actor Kim Namgil and actress Son Yejin, “Shark” is a drama about a man (Kim Namgil) who decides to take revenge for his family, even if it means sacrificing the woman he loves (Son Yejin). The drama airs every Monday and Tuesday on KBS.

BoA In Concert May 18, May 25, June 1, 2013

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Source: Koreaboo

Media Credit: Koreaboo –  Sports Seoul

Posted: Saturday April 13, 2013 @ 12:23 a.m PST





BoA will be extending her concert tour to Taiwan on May 18th at the The National Taiwan University Gymnasium. Following her stop in Taiwan, she will return to South Korea to perform in Daegu’s EXCO on May 25th and Busan on June 1st at the KBS Hall.

BoA held two successful consecutive concerts in January, resulting in the extension of her concert tour.

Tickets for the Daegu concert will be on sale starting April 18th and the busan concert starting April 25th via G Market.


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BoA Special Live 2013~ Here I Am January 26th and 27th

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Source: Koreaboo

Posted: Wednesday January 23, 2013 @6:12 p.m PST



 BoA will be releasing the track “Disturbance” which is described as a combination of neo-soul and pop, paired with lyrical melodies and smooth vocals. BoA reportedly participated in the composition of the track and will be released digitally on January 28th.

Meanwhile, BoA will be holding her first solo concert “BoA Special Live 2013~ Here I Am” on January 26th and 27th at the Olympic Hall, Seoul. According to, Koreaboo.

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Super Junior, BoA, and More Performs On Music Bank

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Source: KBS World Facebook

Posted: Thursday August 9, 2012 @11:38 p.m. PST


On Friday August 10, 2012 on  KBS World’s Music Bank at 18:10 KST, Super Junior, BoA, SISTAR, and more will perform. Check your local listing.



Saturday Night – Crayon Pop

Racer – Chaos

Different, Different – Park Moojin

Dreaming I – F.CUZ

Unfinished – December

Spectrum – TASTY

You Know Me – TASTY

I’m Missin’ You – D-UNIT



Into The Storm (She’s Gone) – Supernova

I Hate You (feat. Yong Junhyung of BEAST) – Eru

MAYDAY (feat. Kim Changryeol) – Mario

Busan Vacance (with Jung Junha) – SKULL & HAHA

Party(XXO) – GLAM

No Mercy – B.A.P

HOT BOY – BigStar

Me first (ft. Bang Yongguk of B.A.P) – Gilmi

Love Style – Boyfriend

Will You Go out with Me? – Teen Top

Aftermath – ZE:A

Spy – Super Junior

Loving U – SISTAR

Beautiful Night – BEAST

Only One (with Eunhyuk of Super Junior) – BoA

BoA’s Show “4354” Featuring Yunho (TVXQ)

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Source & Media Credit: Koreaboo

Posted: Saturday July 28, 2012 @ 12: 20 a.m PST


K-pop sensation BoA in her comeback show “4354”  featuring TVXQ Yunho. This a come for BoA who has been away for 2 Years.

Actress  Lee Yeonhee stated that BoA wasn’t taking care of her body.  BoA, however, retorted, “But I exercise!” to which Lee Yeonhee pointed out that BoA complained after a bit of exercise according to Koreaboo.