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MCs: Heechul, Hwang Jung Eum, YongHwa, Jokwon
Open Show – Kids performing 2010 hit songs
Is anyone actually attending this year’s MAMAs 2010?
The Mnet Asian Music Awards began to run into trouble this year starting with their controversial move from Korea to Macau.
Korean broadcast companies such as SBS, KBS and MBC argued the move saying that artists would have to choose between the MAMAs or their Korean end of the year show because of the timing.
DSP Entertainment says that KARA’s busy schedule is keeping the group from attending both the 2010 MAMAs as well as the 2010 Melon Music Awards.
All of the other artists have also cited busy schedules as their reason for pulling out.
Here’s the full list of artists who will not be attending:
Fans have been anticipating this month as early as the beginning of April due to the fierce competition between the artists that returned in April and those that’ll be making a splash this month. We’ve already got Rain, Lee Hyori, 2PM and more duking it out on the music charts, but it’s only getting hotter from here!
Wonder Girls – comeback single
* single 2 Different Tears scheduled to drop on May 16 (full album to drop in July)
– teaser photo & song title revealed on May 5
f(x) – comeback mini-album
* NU ABO album dropped on May 3
– Amber & Sulli’s teasers revealed on Apr 26
– Luna, Krystal & Victoria’s teasers revealed on Apr 27
– NU ABO MV teaser released on Apr 29
– mini-album tracklist revealed on Apr 30
– NU ABO track revealed on May 2
– promotional pictures released on May 6
– NU ABO MV released on May 5
The amazing female duo Davichi released their mini-album ‘Innocence’ on May 6th. Here are the beautiful photos for their album jacket 🙂
Female duo Davichi will be back 1 years and 3 months since their last album ‘Davichi in WonderLand’.
Davichi will be releasing a new minialbum ‘Innocence’ working with some of the best composers in Korea like Bang ShiHyuk, Brown Eyes YoonGun, Kim DoHoon, Park HaeWoo and Yoon MyeongSeon etc.
And it is known that the title song ‘Stop The Time’ is written by Bang ShiHyuk who made hits like Baek Ji Young ‘Like Being Hit’, 2AM ‘I won’t let you go even if I die’, T-ara ‘Like The beginning’ etc. The title song will be a ballad with a punk rock twist. In addition, ‘Stop The Time’ will be like the group’s previous hit ’8282′ which has a trance dance style.
The girls will be back with their comeback stage on KBS Music Bank on 14th May.
yayyyyy!!! I love Davichi! They’re one of the best female ballad duos out there! Gosh this is really exciting! Don’t disappoint me! XD
We reported earlier about the tentative lineup for the upcoming Dream Concert 2010 and the finalized list has been announced recently.
Dream Concert is undoubtedly an event of epic proportions for kpop fans – with nearly twenty of Korea’s hottest artists performing on one stage in front of an audience that’s 40,000 members strong. For 2010, Dream Concert has been scheduled to take place at the Seoul World Cup Stadium next month on May 22nd, and will be taped for future broadcast by SBS.
20 performing artists have been confirmed on GMarket’s website and they are:
The performers line-up for the upcoming 16th Dream Concert was revealed earlier through Japanese online portals. Indeed, thanks to the Hallyu Fan Card, Japanese fans can already apply for the presale until April 14th, whereas the reservations will be open starting from mid-April in South Korea.
Related to 4Minute: [The information is still to be confirmed by PlayCube which has to reveal about the girls’ following activities but especially their tight schedule for May. 4Minute’s Japanese debut is set for May 1st (with the further release of the Muzik single Japanese ver. on May 5) and their Korean comeback was announced by newspapers for mid-May.]
This year, the Dream Concert will take place on May 22, at 7PM and at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. The event will be later broadcasted by SBS and here goes the current performers’ line-up :
Rain, MBLAQ, SS501, Lee Hyori, Kara, Rainbow, Wonder Girls, 2PM, BEAST, 4minute, T-Ara, Davichi, ZE:A, F-CUZ, f(x), SNSD, SHINee, etc.