K-pop News 211123: G-Dragon, OMEGA X, ENHYPEN and more

Today’s K-pop news roundup has the latest updates from the Korean pop music scene. From G-Dragon’s legal encounters to Ahn Hyo-Seop’s triumphant tour and ENHYPEN’s groundbreaking American TV debut, let’s get to the news!

G-Dragon Cleared of Drug Allegations Amid Police Scrutiny

K-pop News 211123: G-Dragon

G-Dragon, a prominent figure in the K-pop industry, has been cleared of drug use allegations. Recent tests conducted on his hair and fingernails have returned negative results, as confirmed by the National Institute of Forensic Science.

Despite this, the Incheon Police Agency’s drug crime investigation unit has faced criticism for their reliance on the testimony of a questionable witness. The police, however, maintain that their investigation was justified despite the absence of drug traces.

DreamNote’s Boni on Hiatus Due to Tailbone Injury

Boni, a member of the girl group DREAMNOTE, will be taking a break from her activities following a tailbone injury. Idea Music Entertainment Korea revealed that Boni sustained the injury while practising dance. Doctors have recommended that she limit her movement to facilitate a more effective recovery. The label has committed to keeping fans informed about her return.

OMEGA X Releases JUNK FOOD Performance MV

K-pop News 211123: OMEGA X

OMEGA X has unveiled a performance music video for their latest track, JUNK FOOD. The song, a trap hip-hop track with an addictive melody, is the title song of their third mini-album iykyk.

Ahn Hyo-Seop’s Asian Tour: A Resounding Success

Actor Ahn Hyo-Seop has achieved remarkable success with his Asian tour, THE PRESENT SHOW – Here and Now. Selling out venues in Tokyo, Nagoya, and other major cities across Asia, Ahn Hyo-Seop has captivated fans with his piano skills and engaging performances. The tour, which started in Seoul, will return there for a grand finale featuring a new all-band format.

ENHYPEN Set for Good Morning America Debut

K-pop News 211123: ENHYPEN

K-pop group ENHYPEN will make their morning TV debut in the United States on Good Morning America (GMA) on November 24. They will perform the English version of Sweet Venom and participate in an interview. This appearance is part of their American venture, which includes participating in the iconic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

That wraps up our K-Pop News Roundup for November 21, 2023. Keep the K-pop love alive, and see you in our next roundup!

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