K-Pop News 260424: Jennie, Zico, RIIZE, WHIB & more

Hello K-pop fans! Here’s your daily dose of K-pop News Digest for April 26, 2024. Let’s dive into today’s headline-making stories. Read about new music from Jennie and Zico, RIIZE, WHIB 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.

Zico and BLACKPINK’s Jennie drop SPOT MV

Zico and Jennie from BLACKPINK

Zico and Jennie from BLACKPINK have released a music video for their latest collaboration, SPOT. The video show the duo on a dynamic late-night drive through the city. The video offers fans a visually engaging experience that combines both artists’ unique styles. Check out the MV below:

K-pop stars stranded in Bali

Hyoyeon from Girls' Generation, Bomi from Apink, Dita from Secret Number, and Im Nayoung
(from left) Hyoyeon, Bomi, Dita and Im Nayoung.

Hyoyeon from GIRLS’ GENERATION, Bomi from APINK, Dita from SECRET NUMBER and Im Nayoung are currently stranded in Bali. They were there to film a travel variety show called Pick Me Trip in Bali.  The situation arose after local authorities accused them of filming without the necessary legal permits. The incident has sparked discussions about the oversight of international activities by K-pop groups.

RIIZE’s to pre-release 3 new songs


RIIZE is preparing to excite their fans with the pre-release of three new songs at the end of this month. This strategic move is part of a build-up to their major musical release scheduled soon after. The pre-release aims to give fans a taste of what to expect, and generate buzz around their upcoming projects.

Late singer Hara’s inheritance lawsuit settled

Hara of KARA

The late singer Hara’s mother has lost a legal battle concerning her daughter’s inheritance. This decision marks the end of a highly publicized case that has drawn attention to issues of family and inheritance laws in South Korea. It also marks a win for Hara’s brother, who filed a lawsuit to prevent their mother from the inheritance after she abandoned her children at an early age.

WHIB announces comeback


WHIB, a boy group managed by C-JeS Entertainment, has officially announced their comeback schedule. This marks their first series of releases since their debut, stirring anticipation among fans. The group unveiled a detailed timetable for their comeback, setting the stage for their return with new tracks and performances.

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