Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News for November 1, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about Jungkook’s upcoming Today Show performance, NEWJEANS set to perform at the 2023 Worlds, BLACKPINK’s Lisa’s Weibo account deletion, a controversy surrounding ZEROBASEONE member Ricky, 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.
BTS’ Jungkook to perform on The Today Show
In an exciting development for ARMYs worldwide, Jungkook has been announced as the next artist to perform live on The Today Show. This performance on November 8 at 8AM EST is part of the renowned Citi Concert Series. Jungkook will perform tracks from his upcoming album Golden, making it a historic moment for both him and the BTS fandom. Fans are eagerly awaiting to see what musical masterpiece he will deliver.
NEWJEANS gears up for 2023 Worlds
Rising K-pop sensation NEWJEANS is preparing to take the stage at the 2023 League of Legends World Championship. The group will be performing their hit track GODS, which is the anthem for the prestigious event. In addition, virtual boy group Heartsteel will also be ‘performing’ their song Paranoia. The gaming community and K-pop fans alike are buzzing with anticipation for what promises to be an electrifying performance.
ZEROBASEONE’s Ricky live session controversy
A recent live session featuring the members of ZEROBASEONE took an unexpected turn when the group’s manager publicly reprimanded Ricky. This incident has sparked significant controversy, with fans expressing their concerns and disappointment on various social media platforms. As a result, fans are rallying behind Ricky, showing their unwavering support.
EPIK HIGH and SEVENTEEN’s Hoshi collaboration
Legendary hip-hop trio, EPIK HIGH has released a new music video for their track Screen Time. The song speaks about emotions and memories associated with past relationships. It also features the soulful vocals of SEVENTEEN’s Hoshi. The collaboration has been well-received, with fans praising the seamless blend of rap verses and melodic choruses.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa’s Weibo account deleted
Following her recent performance at the Crazy Horse, Lisa, the Thai-born member of BLACKPINK, faced backlash from a section of Chinese netizens. Her Weibo account also appears to have also been deleted. While the exact reasons for the account’s termination is unclear, Blinks continue to rally behind her, offering support and love during this challenging time.
Stay tuned for more updates from the world of K-pop and entertainment!