K-pop News 251123: ENHYPEN, BLACKPINK and more

Hello, K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News for November 25, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about ENHYPEN and their amazing sales record for ORANGE BLOOD, celebrities out in style to support Breast Cancer Awareness and BLACKPINK’s latest record-breaking achievement. Let’s begin …

ENHYPEN’s Remarkable Sales Achievement

K-pop News 251123: ENHYPEN

ENHYPEN has set a new personal record with their latest mini-album ORANGE BLOOD. The album, featuring the hit Sweet Venom, sold over 1.8 million copies in its first week, surpassing their previous album DARK BLOOD. This milestone cements ENHYPEN’s growing influence in the K-pop industry.

Celebrities Rally for Breast Cancer Awareness

The 18th W Korea Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, held at Seoul’s Four Seasons Hotel, saw a gathering of top celebrities, including BTS’s RM and BLACKPINK’s Jennie. This annual event, part of the “LOVE YOUR W” campaign, raises funds for breast cancer screenings and treatments for those in need. The star-studded attendance highlighted the entertainment industry’s commitment to social causes.

BLACKPINK’s Unprecedented MelOn Achievement

K-pop News 251123: BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK continues to break records, becoming the first girl group with three songs surpassing 6 million unique listeners on MelOn. Their tracks As If It’s Your Last, DDU-DU DDU-DU, and Playing with Fire have achieved this feat, showcasing BLACKPINK’s enduring popularity even during their group hiatus.

J.Y. Park’s Golden Girls Set for Debut

The Golden Girls, J.Y. Park’s latest project, is gearing up for a spectacular debut. Comprising veteran singers Park Mi-Kyung, Shin Hyo-Bum, Lee Eun-Mi, and Insooni, the group showcased their exceptional talents at a recent showcase. Their journey, documented in a series, has captured the attention of fans and netizens alike.

SM’s Upcoming SMTOWN LIVE 2024 in Tokyo

SM Entertainment announces an impressive lineup for SMTOWN LIVE 2024: SMCU Palace in Tokyo. Scheduled for February 21-22, 2024 at the Tokyo Dome, the event will feature artists like Kangta, TVXQ, Super Junior, and more. This concert continues the legacy of SMTOWN LIVE, drawing fans from across the globe.

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