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JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong and North Korean National Soccer representative Jong Tae Se took a picture together, displaying a surprising connection.

On June 16, Kim Jaejoong wrote on his Twitter: “Tae Se-ah. We need to meet up in the future!” whilst uploading a picture.

After the picture was revealed, netizens expressed, “His network of friends is expanding”, “So handsome”, and “South and North in peace”.

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“Hallyu Group” JYJ’s member Park Yoochun, showed a stern expression on his face when the drama he is participating in mentioned the word “Hallyu Star,” creating a lot of laughter.

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Who will emerge as the final victor in SBS’s “Kim Yuna’s Kiss & Cry?”

On 13 June, Kiss & Cry started a survey on their homepage to “Predict Which Team Will Emerge As Champions.”

This survey will go on till 8 July. As of 16 June, the “visual group” out of the 10 – U-Know Yunho and Claudia is placed at No. 1 with 40.6% of the votes, with the previously tearful and emotional Kim Byung Man and Lee Soo Kyung couple taking second spot with 33.2% of the votes. As this is a long-term voting process, the tides may turn at any time.

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Was it the side effects due to Lee Da Hae’s non-stop lies?

The records from AGB Nielsen Media Research on the 14th shows the viewer ratings for MBC drama broadcasted on the 13th as 12.1%. This figure was compared to the 4th episode of 13.7%, with a decrease of 1.6%.

In this programme, it broadcasted on how Jang Miri was getting close with Jang Myunghun in order to succeed and the 180 degrees attitude transformation she had upon knowing Song Yuhyun’s true identity. This increased concerns by the audiences.

Meanwhile, the same drama time slot by KBS2 had a ratings of 15.2% and gotten 1st place while SBS’s ratings was 10.0%.

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Jaejoong’s got himself a new friend :)
(Jaejoong, 9:32am KST) Tese, we have to meet again..! http://yfrog.com/kjsidj

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(Tese, 10:29am KST) @mjjeje You must have arrived at the airport ;-) I’m grateful to have met you, I hope to see you again in Japan :-)  http://lockerz.com/s/111071712

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(Jaejoong, 7:07pm KST) @TeseBochum9 Have a safe trip to Germany~ I hope you recover from your surgery soon! Eat lots of good food! I’ll e-mail you~

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South Korea’s pop industry is big business in Asia. As K-Pop sets its sights on Europe and the US, will this force a change in the way it treats its artists?

Selling singles is no way for a pop star to make money these days. Most artists find that touring and merchandise sales are more lucrative. So when it comes to concerts, size matters.

This is why the biggest date in the Korean pop calendar – the Dream Concert, at which up to 20 bands perform – is held in Seoul’s 66,800-seat World Cup Stadium.

Teenage crushes come here for a once-a-year date in a national love story, where commitment is measured in coloured balloons, and devotion is knowing all the words.

Most of the bands, like Super Junior and Wonder Girls, are household names; highly produced, sugary boy- and girl-bands with slick dance routines and catchy tunes.

But the industry also has a less glamorous side: a history of controversy and legal disputes over the way it treats its young artists, which it is still struggling to shake.

K-Pop is a massive industry: global sales were worth over $30m (£18m) in 2009, and that figure is likely to have doubled last year, according to a government website.

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