22 important things that happened to K-pop in 2022
From NCT's Johnny at the Met Gala to Hyuna and Dawn's break up after six adorable years together, here are some key takeaways.
How the creative director of BLACKPINK’s tour brought it to life
Amy Bowerman was invited into the inner-workings of YG Entertainment to create 'Born Pink' for the biggest girl group in the world.
Meet the fans who travelled to Busan for BTS' free concert
With the K-pop icons now on hiatus while members do their military service, the ARMY in attendance last weekend witnessed a historical moment.
Every BLACKPINK song, ranked
From their 2016 debut through to 'Born Pink', the K-Pop girl group have delivered star collabs and earthshaking EDM bangers.
Meet the hair stylists working with your fave K-pop idols
Wish you could run your fingers through the hair of BTS or Red Velvet? These five talented people get to do it every day.
Getting ready for the Chanel show with G-Dragon
Before the Chanel Cruise 2023 show in Monte Carlo, the K-pop superstar told us about BIGBANG's 'Still Life', his lucky number, and new rainbow hair.
Meet the K-pop stylists working with BTS and BLACKPINK
Youngjin Kim, Wook Kim, Minhee Park, Kyoung Eun Rhee and Fwanwook Jung explain how they ended up dressing your favourite idols.
22 reasons K-pop will rule in 2022
Including supergroups, world tours, BTS comic books and an LA-based K-pop survival show.
LØREN wrote K-pop bangers. Now his grungy pop-punk is blowing up online
With songwriting credits across BLACKPINK's debut album, the Seoul musician and producer is going solo with his nostalgic sound.
A beginner’s guide to P-pop
Who are the biggest idols? Are SB19 the new BTS? Here's everything you need to know about the burgeoning Filipino music scene.
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Everything you need to know about the BLACKPINK 5th anniversary movie
The queens of K-pop are celebrating a half decade together with their ‘4+1 PROJECT’.
The students and stans saving K-pop idols from deepfake porn
When Momoland's Nancy was targeted, South Korean students asked their government to step in. Then these groups took matters into their own hands.