K-pop News 301023: G-Dragon, Hyunjin, Mingyu and more

Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News for October 30, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about MBC and HYBE ending their 4-year dispute, a new update to G-Dragon’s drug investigation, as well as news about Hyunjin, Mingyu and an upcoming boy group. Dive into this week’s K-pop News Digest to catch up on the most buzzworthy moments and milestones that have captured the hearts of fans worldwide.

MBC and HYBE end long-standing dispute

K-pop News MBC and HYBE end long-standing dispute

In a major development, MBC and HYBE have agreed to end their 4-year-long feud. The dispute began in 2019 when BTS couldn’t make it to the MBC Gayo Daejejeon. This absence led to a series of events where MBC excluded HYBE artists from their various events and broadcasts. With the hatchet buried, fans can now anticipate seeing their favorite HYBE artists gracing MBC shows in the near future. ENHYPEN is expected to be among the first groups to feature on upcoming MBC programs.

Update on G-Dragon’s drug investigation

Update on G-Dragon's drug investigation

The ongoing drug-related investigation involving BIGBANG’s G-Dragon has seen a new update. His legal representatives have stepped forward to shed light on the matter. It should be noted that G-Dragon has firmly denied any involvement. His legal team is ensuring full cooperation with the authorities to clear his name and address the allegations.

STRAY KIDS’ Hyunjin stuns at Versace event

STRAY KIDS' Hyunjin stuns at Versace event

Fans have been raving about STRAY KIDS’ member Hyunjin’s stunning visuals at the Versace store in Tokyo earlier today. Hyunjin, who is also the global brand ambassador for the Italian fashion house, made a special appearance at the brand’s outlet in Ginza. He waved to a crowd of excited fans and signed billboards at the store featuring his ad campaign. Versace CEO Donatella Versace later shared a photo of Hyunjin on her Instagram account with the message: “I can’t wait to see you star in our Holiday campaign on November 6th!”

SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu makes a comeback

SEVENTEEN's Mingyu makes a comeback

Fans of SEVENTEEN have a reason to rejoice as Mingyu, one of the group’s prominent members, is set to return to group activities. Mingyu had taken a short break from his commitments due to an unexpected lower back pain issue. Fortunately, his recovery was swift. Mingyu is now ready to rejoin SEVENTEEN’s packed schedule, much to the delight of fans worldwide.

Cube Entertainment to debut new K-pop boy group

K-pop News Cube Entertainment to debut new boy group
Cube Entertainment

Preparations are in full swing at Cube Entertainment as they plan to launch a brand-new boy group in early 2024. The group, which has been given the working name ‘nowadays’, will feature five talented members. The group reportedly comprises a few known artists, as well as fresh trainees. This debut is particularly significant as it’s Cube’s first major boy group launch since PENTAGON back in 2016.

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