Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News for December 15, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about NEWJEANS’ remix album, TWICE’s comeback, Jessica and Amber dropping their new song, Wonyoung going viral for her height, and more. Check out today’s K-pop News Digest to catch up on the most buzzworthy moments and milestones that have captured the hearts of fans worldwide.
NEWJEANS teases NJWMX remix album
NEWJEANS is set to release their NJWMX remix album, captivating fans with a cozy and nostalgic teaser. The album features 12 tracks, which are remixes of some of their biggest hits. These include tracks such as Attention, OMG, Ditto and Hype Boy. Fans are looking forward to hearing new versions of their favorite tracks when the album drops on December 19 6PM KST.
TWICE announces comeback with I Got You
TWICE is making a grand comeback, teasing fans with the image for their pre-release single I Got You. The announcement has sparked excitement among ONCEs, who are eagerly looking forward to the group’s new music. They are also anticipating the vibrant energy TWICE is known to bring with each release.
Jessica and Amber drop new MV Get It? Got It? Good
Jessica has released her music video for Get it? Got it? Good, featuring f(x)’s Amber. The MV, set in an empty warehouse, sees the two performing with a small group of dancers. Fans praised the song and the MV’s simple concept, saying it highlights Jessica’s unique vocals and Amber’s impressive raps. Check it out below:
Fans amazed by IVE member Wonyoung’s height
IVE’s Wonyoung has gone viral for her ‘height chemistry’ with actor Rowoon at KBS’s Music Bank Global Festival. Wonyoung (who is 1.78cm tall), and Rowoon, one of Korea’s tallest stars at 1.91cm, were both hosts at the prestigious event. Fans were captivated by their visuals onstage, saying the two stars were perfectly matched.
Jennie hits 1 billion streams on Spotify
BLACKPINK’s Jennie has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing 1 billion streams on Spotify. This also makes her the first female K-Pop solo artist to reach this mark without a solo album release, highlighting her immense popularity and influence in the music industry. In September, Jennie hinted that her first solo album, JNK1, was in the works.