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Articles that focus on the South Korean music genre known as K-Pop. K-Pop is a popular and fast-growing genre that is characterized by its catchy tunes, danceable beats, and elaborate music videos. K-Pop articles may cover a wide range of topics related to the genre, including the latest news and updates on K-Pop artists and groups, reviews of new K-Pop releases, and analysis of K-Pop’s impact on music and culture.

K-Pop articles may be written by fans, music critics, or industry professionals, and they may be published in a variety of formats, including online blogs, magazines, and newspapers. Some common types of K-Pop articles include news articles, reviews, interviews, features, and analysis pieces.

Whether you’re a die-hard K-Pop fan or just looking to learn more about the genre, K-Pop articles can be a great source of information and entertainment.

For this week’s Drama and Movie Thursday, instead of focusing on one movie or drama, this week we’re recommending a few movies to give you warm romantic fuzzies, especially since one of our contributors to Kcrush is getting married in about a week. So, in honor of her marriage, let’s all get the loving feeling with some of these movies and dramas! Of course, we can’t name them all, but these are some to get you started.

For this week’s MV Monday, MBLAQ’s “Mirror” takes the stage. MBLAQ returned last week as a trio following the departure of Thunder and Lee Joon, leaving some fans wondering if MBLAQ will survive. In “Mirror,” the remaining members give it a gallant effort with strong melodies and overall nice vocals.

DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNE 15, 2015 – The Hallyu Festival & Conference, which was scheduled for July 3, 2015, through July 4, 2015, at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas, has been postponed until July 2016 due to the current MERS outbreak in South Korea.

For this week’s Flashback Friday, we bring attention to the former K-Pop group Lady. Lady were active from 2005 to 2007 and were signed to Logi Entertainment…

For this week’s Drama and Movie Thursday, we travel to Thailand to view 2003’s Last Life in the Universe. The film, directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang, stars Tadanobu Asano as Kenji and Sinitta Boonyasak as Noi. Like with last week’s Hana and Alice, the film sounds interesting on paper, but length and confusing cinematography make it draggy and confusing for some viewers…