Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News Digest for December 18, 2023. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about a new BTS documentary coming soon, BTOB members joining a new agency, SHINee’s Minho and Key paying tribute to the late Jonghyun, 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.
BTS documentary set for release
BTS fans are in for a treat this week. The group’s documentary, BTS Monuments: Beyond The Star, premieres December 20 at 5PM KST. The motion poster for the documentary was also released today, to the delight of ARMYs worldwide.
The documentary will offer an in-depth look at BTS’s journey over the past decade, and features interviews, performances, and behind-the-scenes moments. Fans can catch the documentary on Disney+ Hotstar.
Four BTOB members join new label
BTOB members Eunkwang, Minhyuk, Hyunsik, and Peniel are embarking on a new journey after their departure from Cube Entertainment. The four artists have joined a newly established label, marking a fresh start in their careers. The name of the new company is still undisclosed.
The boys made this decision following the recent conclusion of their contracts with Cube. Fans are now eagerly awaiting the new music and projects that will emerge from this change.
SHINee’s Minho and Key pay tribute to late Jonghyun
Fans and fellow artists came together to remember SHINee’s Jonghyun, who tragically passed away six years ago today. Fellow SHINee members Minho and Key also shared heartfelt messages in memory of Jonghyun, touching the hearts of fans worldwide.
Minho wrote: “Many people miss you a lot. Just saying. Hyung, think of me sometimes too.” Key shared that they “have stronger hearts and are more honest” about their feelings. It’s clear that Jonghyun’s legacy continues to live on in the memories he left behind.
Daesung releases live clip for Flow
BIGBANG’s Daesung has released a live clip teaser for his special single, titled Flow. The clip’s release also coincides with the release of the digital single on major streaming services.
This marks Daesung’s first solo Korean release in a decade, and is a remake of Lee Han-Chul’s 2012 song. Daesung put his own spin on the track, giving it a light, breezy vibe that shows off his distinct vocals. Check out the live clip of Flow below: