The Korean Business Research Institute revealed their January 2019 brand reputation rankings for girl group individual members. Their findings are based on 111,810,359 pieces of data collected from December 17, 2018 to January 18, 2019, an increase of 4.75% from last month’s survey.
The data measures various indexes including participation (brands the celebrity has participated in or product consumption), media (media marketing worth), communication (ability to communicate with public) , and community (community’s perception of them/social marketing worth) of 432 girl group members to determine their brand reputation.
The Korean Business Research Institute revealed a new comprehensive list of January 2019 brand reputation rankings for girl groups. Their findings are based on 135,330,750 pieces of data collected from December 4, 2018 January 5 2019, an increase of 3.41% from last month’s survey.
The data measures various indexes including participation (brands the celebrity has participated in or product consumption), media (media marketing worth), communication (ability to communicate with public) , and community (community’s perception of them/social marketing worth) to determine their brand reputation.
Naver’s VLive has revealed the prize winners in its 2019 Global Top 10 event!
Online votes were held from December 17 to December 31 for the categories in this year’s awards. The Top 10 winners for Best Artist were announced, and the group in the No. 1 spot was awarded the overall Best Artist title.
Kwanghee paid a memorable visit to the SBS broadcasting studio on the latest episode of “We Will Channel You”!
Korean artists will be taking the stage at Coachella this year!
Coachella is an immensely popular music and arts festival held yearly at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California that features many genres of music including rock, indie, hip hop, and electronic dance music. In 2019, Coachella will kick-off on April 12 and end on April 21.
YG Entertainment congratulated BLACKPINK JISOO’s birthday.
Today(3rd), YG Entertainment uploaded an image poster created to celebrate JISOO’s birthday through their official blog.
JISOO’s outstanding visuals on the poster put the viewers in awe. Her outfit and accessories that emphasized her collarbone line made JISOO look even more glamorous. The photo presented her elegant, pure, and distinguished charms.
As the agency behind K-pop hits such as BIGBANG, 2NE1, WINNER, iKON, BLACKPINK, and more, YG Entertainment is an agency that countless trainees have dreamt of being a part of. Though the idol groups mentioned above are now full-fledged artists with various albums and awards under their belts, they were once young trainees, working hard each and every day to achieve their dreams of performing on stage.
YG Entertainment helped them to that stage, but they also had to give up certain things during their trainee years. Here are six things that trainees at YG need to contractually give up, as revealed by current YG artists.
2019 is the year of the golden pig! This is special as gold is a symbol of wealth and the pig is a symbol of luck. With these two lucky symbols combined, many people are hoping that their hopes and dreams come true in 2019.
The media outlet Sports Chosun spoke to many K-pop stars born in the year of the pig (24 years ago in 1995 or early 1996) about their best and worst memories from 2018 and their hopes for the new year. The idols also shared a new year’s message for their fans.
Following the breaking dating news, EXO’s Kai and BLACKPINK’s Jennie became the talk of the town again for their past posts that may have hinted at their relationship!
On January 1, local news tabloid Dispatch released a report that the two idols are dating. Soon afterwards, SM Entertainment confirmed the news in a brief statement, “Kai and Jennie have become fond of each other.”