MBLAQ’s Mir recently had his leg wounded during the volunteer work in Peru.
On the 26th, MBC said Mir went to Peru to shoot KOICA’s Dream and had his leg wounded while he was making bricks to build a toilet. He used pickax and it slightly hit his knee.
Even though his knee was bruised and swollen, he continued working. He even had a surgery for his lumbar disc this year, but he volunteered to dig the ground.
Mir said, “The show originally cast Joon, but I really wanted to do volunteer work so I asked to send me to Peru. The crew member worried about my back but I said I can do everything. So I have to work harder.”
Last week, the Rolling Hall Club in Seoul’s Hongdae district was crowded with a big amount of people, trying to get their way into the venue to watch the “Top Band” concert. Rock bands such as Toxic, Aissisaida, Burnout House, and Broken Valentine appeared on the KBS2 show “Top Band,” a show which can be easily compared to idol shows such as “I Am A Singer” or “Immortal Song 2.” This one however, stars rock bands instead of idol singers.
According to the Nineteenth Civil Case Department of Seoul High Court on the 25th, Super Junior’s Han Geng dropped charges against SM Entertainment on the 21st. Han’s action basically says that Han took a step back approving that the exclusive contract with SM Entertainment is still valid, but the reason of dropping the charge is not yet known.
A representative of SM Entertainment says, “We heard that Han dropped charges, but we don’t know the reason why. Han dropped charges, admitting the validity of the exclusive contract with us. In near future, he will be involved on activities in China.”
On his accusation, Han had said, “I had to be on a tight schedule because the required cancellation charge is extremely expensive. The exclusive contract has been signed under unfair condition.”
Last year, the court approved Han’s position and denied the validity of exclusive contract with the agency.
Source: TV Report
By : hannacha @ korea.com
You gotta hand it to the Korean boys — they sure know how to work a crowd.
Three out of five members of the massively popular boy band Big Bang — G-Dragon, T.O.P and Seungri — drove fans wild with their polished dance moves and infectious tracks at the Padang main stage on Friday night for the 2011 Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix.
Most fans were stationed at their “posts” right in front of the stage as early as 7pm, when the gates to the exclusive Fan Zone were opened. (A reminder to those who don’t want to miss the chance to watch the upcoming concerts at the Padang up-close, be sure to collect your wristbands at stage front as they’re limited to 2,000 fans per day from 3pm on a first-come-first-served basis.)