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What the Bop?!: Pumpkin Spice and Chill

After accidentally putting it off for several days, I’m back again! I have a bunch of new songs, including SuJu, NCT and Weki Meki, so come and hang out while we get updated with the latest in Asian Entertainment!

Listen to the episode here:

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NEWS:

Earlier this week it was revealed that singer Gummy and actor Jo Jung Suk were already married. Their marriage was highly anticipated, and according to Gummy’s company, the ceremony was held on October 8th. The couple met in October of 2013 and dated for 5 years.

NCT recently came to America and appeared at the AMAs! They’ve been making their rounds and have been appearing on American television. Right now they’re promoting ‘Regular-Irregular,’ their latest album.

Jimin of BTS didn’t appear on the group’s latest live appearance, which was on ‘The Graham Norton Show,’ on October 12th 10:35 local time pm due to severe muscle pain in his shoulders and back.

The controversial drama, ‘Chugaku Seinikki,’ which translates  to ‘Junior High Diary’ has premiered with a 6.0 rating. It stars Arimura Kasumi and Okada Kenshi and the teacher/student couple in this forbidden love drama.

M-Flo has returned with their digital single, ‘Piece of Me,’ which sounds like it just popped out of the 80s! This single is the theme song to the new LDH drama/film ‘Prince of Legend.’ The group recently released the lyric video for the song, so go check it out!

King and Prince, the super successful boy band who debuted with ‘Cinderella Girl’ are back with ‘Memorial,’ which was released on October 10th. The single landed on the Oricon charts, selling 273,760 in it’s first day.

The title song of the single is the theme song for NTV’s adaptation of the manga, ‘Bukatsu, Suki Janakya Dame Desu ka?’ The drama stars Takahashi Kaito, Jinguji Yuta and Iwahashi Genki.

The side track, ‘High on Love!’ is the theme song of the film, ‘Ui, Rabu,’ starring Hirano Sho. The regular edition of the single includes ‘Glass Flower,’ a fan voted song that was chosen to be included in the single.

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