KCON Announces 2nd Ticket Sales Date + Artist

We have some good news for all of you KCONers! In case you missed out on getting your KCON tickets for LA, you now have another chance to get them tomorrow!

On August 4 at 10 AM (PST), more tickets will be available to be purchased for KCON LA. KCON LA will be taking place August 18-20, with a convention featuring great panels and a full-blown concert with the hottest K-pop groups! You can grab your tickets here.

In addition to this announcement, KCON also dropped the awesome news that OH! MY GIRL will be stopping by KCON LA as a featured star guest!

Looks exciting! What kind of tickets will you be getting?

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KCON Reveals Final Artist Lineup & Announcements for KCON 2017 LA

KCON has unveiled the final artist lineup and announcements for KCON 2017 LA.

The final artists to join this year’s lineup are none other than GOT7 and Super Junior D&E (who were just released from the military this week)!

Furthermore, they have also posted the official, revised seating chart for the concert as well as daily lineup and a graphic depicting ticket prices including fees.


Tickets for the event go on sale tomorrow, July 14, at 10AM.

SEVENTEEN Releases Special Choreography Videos

SEVENTEEN has dropped a special surprise for their beloved fans in the form of two choreography videos!

Both videos are refreshing covers of timeless K-pop classics, the first one being Shinhwa‘s “Wild Eyes” and the second being Super Junior‘s “Happiness.” (Songs that only get better as the years pass by!)

What do you think of the choreography videos? Do they bring back priceless memories of Shinhwa and Suju?

Kyuhyun Releases MVs for ‘Still’ & ‘Blah Blah’

Super Junior‘s Kyuhyun has made a comeback with not one, but two MVs!

The first song is “Blah Blah” and the second is “Still,” both emotional ballads suited for the autumn season.

Kyuhyun is back with his 3rd mini album, “Waiting, Still,” with songs produced by Yoon Jong Shin and Sung Si Kyung.

He also released “At Gwanghwamun” in 2014 and “Fall, Once Again” in 2015.

Super Junior’s Ryeowook Collaborates with Bada for SM Station

Super Junior vocalist, Ryeowook, has collaborated with solo singer, Bada, for “Cosmic,” released on this week’s SM Station.

News came out that Ryeowook will be enlisting in the military very soon, so this is one of his last releases as an artist before he leaves to serve.

As expected, Bada and Ryeowook‘s beautiful voices create a harmony fitting for the song.

Check it out below, and don’t forget to give Ryeowook your best wishes!

Heechul and Jungmo (M&D) Release “Ulsanbawi”

M&D, comprised of Super Junior’s Heechul and the TRAX’s Jungmo, have taken on the trot genre with their 2nd mini album, “Goody Bag.”

The title song, “Ulsanbawi,” is a traditional trot song about someone who missed their chance to confess their love to a girl.

Both Heechul and Jungmo have participated in the creation of the album, with Heechul tackling songwriting and Jungmo assisting with songwriting and producing.

The pair have held many collaborations in the past and are known for their close friendship throughout their years of being labelmates.

Check out “Ulsanbawi” below!

[Event] Super Junior’s “Super Camp” Changes Cities and Line Up!

Updates on the Super Junior’s “Super Camp” in America are here!

After holding “Super Camp“, a series of fanmeetings all over Asia, it was recently announced by DreamMaker Entertainment that Super Junior will also hold “Super Camp”  all over America. A great opportunity to meet their American fans for their 10th Anniversary.

Unfortunately, “Super Camp” which was supposed to be held in Mexico, Chile and the United States will only happen in Mexico. The Los Angeles, New York and Santiago dates have been removed and cancelled.

The following dates and cities are the ones confirmed by DreamMaker:

  • Monterrey – July 3rd (Sun) 7PM
  • Mexico City – July 5th (Tue) 7PM

The original line up has also changed. Originally composed of Heechul, Yesung, Leetuk, Kangin and Kyuhyun, the line up has now changed to Heechul, Yesung, Leetuk, Ryeowook and Kyuhyun.

Fans think Kangin has been removed from the lineup due to his recent scandal involving his DUI accident last month, putting him in an indefinite hiatus. As for Ryeowook, he was suppose to enlist on June 14, but decided to postone to assist in the “Super Camp“.

Fortunetely, DreamMaker is still promising a lot of funny games, talks and amazing performances!

Stay tuned for more updates on the ticket sales!