Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News for October 31, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about SEVENTEEN topping the Oricon charts, LE SSERAFIM breaking Spotify records, STRAY KIDS’ successful Dome Tour, and more. 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.
SEVENTEEN tops Oricon Weekly Album Rankings
SEVENTEEN has once again proven their immense popularity in the Japanese music scene. Their latest album, Seventeenth Heaven, has clinched the top position on Oricon’s Weekly Album Rankings. This significant milestone is a testament to their consistent musical evolution and their ability to resonate with fans not just in Korea but also internationally.
LE SSERAFIM’s Perfect Night dominates Spotify
LE SSERAFIM is making waves on the global stage. Their track Perfect Night has skyrocketed on Spotify’s Global Chart, demonstrating their international appeal and the captivating nature of their music. Their earlier hit Eve, Psyche & The Bluebeard’s Wife also broke 100 million streams, making it a double achievement for the group.
Yang Se-Jong leaves Blossom Entertainment
Doona! star Yang Se-Jong, along with fellow actors Kwak Sun-Young (Moving), and Kim Gun-Woo (The Glory), have left their agency Blossom Entertainment. According to Blossom Entertainment, the artists are set to join a new, yet-to-be-named agency that was established by former staff members, marking a significant change in the Korean entertainment industry landscape.
Concerns over rapper Jessi’s health
Fans and the public have expressed concern over rapper Jessi after she canceled her entire broadcast schedule. Reports indicate that Jessi missed scheduled rehearsals for various music shows. Her label, More Vision, has confirmed that the rapper is currently facing health issues, leading to widespread speculation and concern among her fanbase.
STRAY KIDS’ remarkable Dome Tour
STRAY KIDS have successfully concluded a significant 5-city, 10-performance dome tour in both Korea and Japan. They are also the first 4th generation K-pop boy group to perform dome tours in four Japanese cities. Fans are celebrating this achievement, which highlights their exponential growth in the music industry. The group will also be releasing their upcoming mini-album Rock Star on November 10.
Stay tuned for more updates from the world of K-pop and entertainment!