Chungha Takes 5th Win For “Snapping” On “Inkigayo”
“Inkigayo” has announced the winner for this week!
Data was gathered from June 24 to July 1 to determine this week’s winner.
Chungha gathered 8,565 points and won first place with “Snapping”! Jang Hye Jin and Yoon Min Soo’s “Drunk On Love” came in second with 5,923 points, and Red Velvet’s “Zimzalabim” ranked in third place with 5,884 points.
TWICE’s Dahyun To Sit Out Event Today Due To Health Concerns
TWICE’s Dahyun will not be able to attend a scheduled event due to health concerns.
On July 7, JYP Entertainment posted an official notice regarding Dahyun’s health and it reads as follows:
Hello, this is JYP Entertainment.
We are writing this notice to inform you that due to health concerns, TWICE’s Dahyun will be unable to attend the following schedule.
– Pocari Challenge Teen Festa (July 7)
The decision was made that Dahyun requires rest and appropriate measures for her health, and she is unfortunately not be in attendance at the event. We know that fans have been waiting for this event, but we ask for your understanding of this sudden notice.
If there are any additional changes to what has been notified above, we will reveal them in a new notice.
We will do our best to ensure that Dahyun has a speedy recovery. Once again, we thank fans for your understanding of this situation.
Wah. This is really **** up if the production crew never informed the cast of this. Now, the girl is getting the heat and potentially maybe hunt to extradict back to Thailand for something she might not be informed
First clause already states no filming of hunting and yet they still go film.
SBS Begins Investigation Regarding “Law Of The Jungle” Illegally Hunting Endangered Clams
SBS’s “Law of the Jungle” has released another statement regarding the recent criticism for catching and consuming giant endangered clams in Thailand.
On July 8, a source from the show made a statement regarding the actress Lee Yul Eum, who was seen catching the clams during the episode. They stated, “We deeply apologize once more for this [recent] issue. After implementing a thorough internal investigation, SBS will be taking strong measures following the findings. We will also be taking on the posture of shouldering maximum responsibility so that Lee Yul Eum will not be negatively affected.”
“Law of the Jungle” was recently criticized for hunting and cooking endangered clams in Thailand, which was shown during the June 29 episode. In response, the production team officially apologized and explained that they were not fully informed about the local regulations.
However, a recent report stated that “Law of the Jungle” had sent an official document back in March to the Thailand Department of Tourism on information regarding the filming of the June 29 episode. Featuring a signature by SBS producer Cho Yong Jae, the document states, “We SBS Broadcasting center hereby agree and acknowledge the following: Throughout the filming, there will be no filming and presentation of hunting in Thailand.”
This document differs from their official apology, which states, “We sincerely apologize for failing to become fully informed of the local regulations regarding giant clams in Thailand, and we will be more aware of our actions in the future.”
GFRIEND Breaks Personal Album Sales Record With “Fever Season”
GFRIEND is continuing to grow in popularity with their latest mini album “Fever Season“!
According to Hanteo chart, GFRIEND’s new mini album “Fever Season” sold 51,234 albums in the first week since its release, which is the group’s highest first week sales since their debut. This record is 11,251 more albums than their record for their second studio album “Time for Us” in January.
Having sold 500 albums in the first week of sales for their debut album “Season of Glass,” GFRIEND has been steadily growing, and they passed the 50,000 mark for album sales as they enter their fifth year of promotions.
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