Korean Entertainment Company Cafeterias and Cafés

Abhilasha Rawat, Pune, Maharashtra Ever wondered what idols and trainees eat while signed by an entertainment company? Do they eat instant food, Korean food or continental food? In recent years many entertainment companies have opened their cafeteria and café! While many are exclusive to artists, trainees and staff, some are open to the public to…

K-Song Review: People (사람) by AgustD

Ishani Sen, Kolkata, West Bengal People is a solo track by Agust D, the South Korean rapper-songwriter and record producer who also goes by the name Min Yoongi or SUGA of BTS worldwide. It is the 7th track of the ten-track mixtape D-2 released on 22nd May 2020, his 2nd mixtape following AgustD in 2016….

K-Song Review: Moonchild by RM of BTS

Ojasvi Peer, Hyderabad, Telangana Have you ever been fascinated by the brisk winds? A little rain? A starry night or your time alone that you spend with yourself? Does it make your eyes smile, relieving you from all the stress that keeps you bothered when your “Soulmate” isn’t looking at you from above? If your…


Smiti Iyer, New Delhi There are times when we feel unsatisfied with the work we are doing and hence, we lack motivation which then leads to loosing our self–confidence, self esteem. Therefore, we reach at a point in life where we tend to give up, and then a feeling of disappoint with self seeps in…

A Significant Part of My Music Storybook: NU’EST

Mehak Sharma, New Delhi ‘New establish style and tempo’ or commonly known as NU’EST is a South Korean boy-band pop group that debuted under Pledis Entertainment in the year 2012 with the single ‘Face.’ The group’s contract came to an end on 15th March 2022 after ten years. The group consists of 5 members- JR,…


Kimi Kar (Agartala, Tripura) & Kaamaakshi Bhat (Zirakpur, Punjab) Hoshi, member of the self-producing idol group, SEVENTEEN, revealed his first solo mix tape at 10:10 pm KST on 26th May 2021, making his fans surprised and curious as the member was finally going to welcome his first solo mix tape. Fans were sent into a…


Aanchal Tekriwal, Godda, Jharkhand “A dancer dies twice – once when they stop dancing, and this first death is the more painful.”– Martha Graham. The quote recites the essence of this song exquisitely. Black Swan is a song by the world-famous boy band, BTS, from their album “Map Of The Soul: 7”, which was released…

The Fourth Generation of K-Pop: The Next Level

Chhavi Sharma, Surat, Gujarat: Roughly starting from 2018, the K-pop industry saw the emergence of the fourth generation of K-Pop. Being influenced by their seniors, the fourth generation artists have not disappointed either. Instead, they have left no stone unturned to prove themselves in terms of singing, choreography and concepts. Groups like Ateez, Stray Kids, TXT, Treasure, ENHYPEN, CRAVITY, and The Boyz have already climbed their way up to become one of the top boy groups of this generation. ITZY, Loona, (G)I-DLE, and Everglow are some of the top girl groups dominating this generation along with Aespa and Weeekly.

The Third Generation of K-Pop: The Breakthrough

Chhavi Sharma, Surat, Gujarat and Ashley Kumar, New Delhi: K-pop (Korean pop music) originating from South Korea, is vast content-driven music, divided into several categories, one of which are “Generations”. Seo Taiji and Boys is considered to be the first K-pop group that gave birth to the K-pop industry. Groups debuting around the short timeline 2012-2016 are considered to be a part of the 3rd generation of K-pop. The Third Generation of K-Pop artists plays a significant role in the breakthrough of the K-pop industry in the true sense. 

K-Album Review: Border Day One by ENHYPEN.

Dhrumi Mayur Shah, Surat, Gujarat: Border Day One is the debut album of the boyband Enhypen, formed through the survival show, I-land. Enhypen consists of seven members: Jungwon, Heeseung, Jay, Jake, Sunghoon, Sunoo, and Ni-ki. This album consists of six tracks and sets the theme of a supernatural concept performed by Enhypen. It also shows many other charms of the group and explores different concepts portrayed by them. Let’s take a look: