A narrative documentary of the kpop group BTS has drawn a collected 1.96 million watchers around the world.
The documentary titled "Burn the Stage" highlights intimate off camera film of the band's 2017 show visit. The visit took the group to 19 city communities around the globe and the narrative was released on Nov. 14 in nearly 40 nations.
The 33rd Golden Disk Awards have declared the chosen people for the three noteworthy categories, Album Daesang, Digital Daesang and Best New Artist.
Artists who released music between December 1, 2017 and November 30, 2018 are qualified to be nominated for the awards.
The first Japanese full-length album released by K-pop young girl group TWICE has been certified platinum by Japan's account industry association.
The album titled "BDZ" was released on Sept. 12 and as of late earned the status in the wake of selling in excess of 250,000 copies.
The popular K-pop boy band BTS has reported it will include four new Asian destinations on its ongoing world tour.
The group has included Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok as the four new areas for an aggregate of 41 exhibitions in 20 urban communities around the globe as a feature of their "Love Yourself" world visit.
The K-pop young lady group, Dreamcatcher, has released its third broadened play.
Titled, "Alone in the City," the album was exhibited in a media event on Sept. 20. The title track, "What," fuses substantial heavy metal sounds stuffed into dance music which is a one of a kind normal for the group's music.
EXO's Chinese member, Lay,, will release his introduction solo album in the United States.
The album is titled "Namanana" and will be released on Oct. 19. The album contains 22 tracks, 11 Chinese songs and their English adaptations which were co-composed and co-altered by the singer himself.