[Today’s K-pop] Jay Park satisfied with the collaboration with IU

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Jay Park talked about his new digital single “Ganadara,” which features IU.

It is the first time that the two musicians have teamed up, with the single being released on Friday.

“She said, ‘Let’s work together someday when there’s an opportunity,’ and I immediately started doing the song and asked her (to collaborate),” he said. He said she was the ultimate professional and he loved her vocal tone, describing the result as “perfect”.

In the second verse, they were singing together and ad-libbing when she burst out laughing during her role, he said, and in the end he loved it so much the laughter became part of the song.

“When you think of the two of us, it can be hard to imagine what a vibe the combination would be,” he admitted, adding that it’s a sweet song that makes the most of their vocals.

Separately, IU postponed the release of their documentary for a week. It was to be unveiled on March 16.

Drippin will debut in Japan in May

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(Credit: Woollim Entertainment)

Boy band Drippin will officially debut in Japan on May 18 with the single “So Good”, according to agency Woollim Entertainment on Friday.

The seven-piece act debuted in 2020 and already has an official fan club in Japan.

The group’s third EP “Villain” in January had a dark hero theme and ranked among the top 10 iTunes K-pop albums in nine regions.

Last month, the group aired “White Dream: Drippin’s Special Ski Camp,” showing them having fun together and bonding while challenging each other in winter sports.

BTS’s ‘Boy in Luv’ Music Video Surpasses 400 Million Views

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(Credit: Big Hit Music)

The music video for BTS’ “Boy in Luv” surpassed 400 million views on YouTube on Thursday, the group’s label Big Hit Music noted on Friday.

Combined with views from the label’s official account, the number exceeds 450 million, the firm said.

The song is the lead track from their second EP ‘Skool Luv Affair’, released in 2014. The septet became a contender for the number one spot on a TV music show for the first time with the song, eight months after the band’s debut . .

The group now has 17 videos that have passed the milestone.

On Thursday, BTS held an in-person concert in Seoul, their first standalone concert in Korea in about 2½ years. Attendance was limited to 15,000 fans, but it was the largest in Korea since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The night concerts continue until Saturday.

Rocket Punch will host a fan meeting in April

(Credit: Woollim Entertainment)

(Credit: Woollim Entertainment)

Rocket Punch will welcome fans in person at fan events next month, agency Woollim Entertainment announced on Friday.

The event, titled “Punch Time 2,” will be held in Seoul on April 2 and 3. It’s been almost 2 and a half years since the band’s first fan meeting. It will also be streamed live for fans around the world.

The group released their fourth EP, “Yellow Punch”, in February. The six-track EP ranked in the top 10 on iTunes Top Albums charts in five regions and K-pop Albums charts in eight regions.

The six-member group debuted in 2019 and officially entered Japan in July last year.

By Hwang You-mee
(glamazon@heraldcorp.com)

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