Friday the 13th may be unlucky for some, but it couldnt ruin Wanna Ones luck, as they bagged their tenth music show win for Boomerang on Music Bank.
Congrats yet again lads! They were in Japan on Friday performing at KCON, but the show was packed as ever with hot K-Pop comebacks and debuts.
Hoping to follow in Wanna Ones footsteps are UNB, the new boyband from idol reboot TV show The Unit.
Only One is a promising debut track from their first album Boyhood. Look out for Hojung from Hotshot, Jun from U-KISS, and Chan from A.C.E. in the group.
Korean-American Eric Nams new track Honestly has been trending in the UK over the last few days, so Erics been asking fans via Twitter if he should do a European tour.
We couldnt agree more – set a London date, Eric! The song was also named and rated highly by his new best buds BTS.
Meanwhile, where would K-Pop be without the TWICE ladies? They performed the predictably cute and catchy new song What is Love? from their new EP of the same name.
Todays stage recreates a Hollywood-style set from the new music video thats already earned a staggering 33 million views.
EXOs first subgroup EXO-CBX has been storming iTunes charts worldwide with their first release. In Blooming Day, Chen, Baekhyun and Xiumin ask Can I be your boyfriend, can I?
With sweet English vocals and moves like this, who could resist?
Veteran boy band Super Junior are stuck promoting without Heechul again, boo hiss – but they spiced up the stage today as members of KARD joined them for Lo Siento.
The original track is a collaboration with American singer Leslie Grace, and is all feisty Latin beats and Spanish lyrics.
Also performing on Music Bank today were MONSTA X, TVXQ, EXID, Oh My Girls subgroup Banhana, Stray Kids, UP10TION, W24, The Boyz, Heo Young Saeng, Sha Sha, LeCiel and Vromance.
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