Nichkhun will come back from his hiatus and take part in MBC’s “KOICA’s Dream!” The team headed for Tanzania and began their journey to help those that are underprivileged. The members of the team are scheduled to return back to South Korea on the 21st of October. According to, Koreaboo.
According to allkpop, Super Junior’s Leeteuk, 8eight’s Lee Hyun, and Mighty Mouth’s Sanchu’s enlistment dates have all been finalized and it seems we will have to get ready to say goodbye to the three stars this October.
8eight’s Lee Hyun will be entering first as his enlistment date is on October 8th. Leeteuk and Sanchu will then enter for their basic training for five weeks on October 30th.
All three will be serving as active duty soldiers for 21 months after their basic training.
According to Artistwiki, Kim KyongJae (Eli) was born March13, 1991. Kim height is 180cm, his weight is 60kg. His talent consist of Taekwondo Kung Fu English Chinese Rap. He lived in Washington DC so he is very fluent in English, he moved to Beijing to study so he can communicate in Mandarin.
U-KISS is a 7-member boy band They debuted with their song 어리지 않아 (Not Young) in Japan in The Power of Atamix 2008 August 15, 2008 Consolidated fan cafes attracted around 50 000 visitors in just two days after they are established
The group targets not only in Korea but throughout Asia music industry group members are from America, Macau and China together members speak four different languages – English Mandarin Japanese and Korean boys’ ages range from 15 to 21
U-Kiss under NH Media same company as Yang Dong Geun and Paran is in
U-kiss released their first single N-generation September 3, 2008 and contains the hit song 어리지 않아 (Not Young)
After years of silent envy, East Coast K-pop fans finally caught a break with the crazy amount of K-pop concerts in the fall of 2011. But now it’s the West Coast’s time once again, and in a big way.
SM Entertainment’s stable of huge artists like Girls’ Generation, Super Junior, and TVXQ will be traveling to Los Angeles, California for a second time after their first appearance back in 2010. While the Hollywood Bowl and Staples Center get most of the attention from K-pop artists in SoCal, the venue this time around will be the Honda Center.
LA will be only the first stop of many for the tour which kicks off on May 20. The tour is also set to go to Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, and various other Asian venues.
Speculation as to whether EXO will be at the concert in LA is all over the place, but there hasn’t been any official word as to the lineup of artists set to attend. The LA concert is also to be held jointly with MBC, with a broadcast titled “MBC Korean Music Wave in LA-SMTOWN SPECIAL!” to air sometime after the concert.
Tickets go on sale April 5, so be sure to get yours as soon as possible! Stay tuned for lineup details!
UPDATE: [SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR III in LOS ANGELES] VENUE: Honda Center, Anaheim CA DATE: Sunday, May 20th 2012 7PM Co-Sponsors: S.M. Entertainment, MBC Co-Presenters: AEG Live, Powerhouse Ticket sales are available on www.ticketmaster.com and www.powerhouselive.net