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“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.” - Henry Ford
CREDIT: 2NE1 @ Youtube
Park Bom‘s digital single “Don’t Cry” still continues to be no. 1 in all charts today. On 2NE1′s official Youtube channel, the MV for the song has reached more than 780,000 hits in less than 2 days of it’s release. In the comments, fans express their love for the song and congratulate Bom for a job well done.
2NE1′s lead vocalist marks the start of 2NE1′s comeback later this month. Bom worked with Teddy to come out with this wonderful song. Though Bom was burdened with being the first of to come out with a song before the groups impending comeback, we can definitely say she did not disappoint and has successfully raising the bar of expectation and anticipation for 2NE1′s comeback.
Bom will not be promoting this track but fortunately, 2NE1 will be releasing a new song once every 3 weeks! Excited?
Source: 2NE1 on Youtube
Written and capped by renKa002 of LP21
Looks like 2NE1 has done it again. Less than a month after accumulating more than 30 Million combined views for their three-track title songs from their 1st full-length album, “To Anyone,” 2NE1 is once again making waves all over the world with their recently released music video for the English version of their massive hit, Can’t Nobody.
more after the jump!
2NE1′s First Album music videos, Clap Your Hands, Can’t Nobody, Go Away and It Hurts have reached a combined number of views of 30 Million +, in the world’s largest video-sharing site, Youtube.
Can’t Nobody and Go Away have surpassed the 10 Million mark. With Clap Your Hands with 8 Million + views and It Hurts with 7Million+ views.
Credit: OSEN via ne-people and 2NE1′s Youtube Channel
Above Article written by: ddochiRoo of LP2NE1
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YouTube globalizes Hallyu
The first wave of Hallyu started in Japan a decade ago with the Korean TV drama “Winter Sonata.” Its hero Bae Yong-joon won hearts of Japanese ladies, who gave him the affectionate nickname “Yonsama.” Bae and a number of handsome actors led the first wave of Hallyu, mostly in Japan and other Asian countries as non-Koreans came to enjoy Korean dramas.
The second wave of Hallyu reached beyond Asia, with singers like Rain, Boa and the Wonder Girls advancing into the United States.
The third wave of Hallyu has broadened the sphere. It has become a global phenomenon. Music videos of idol stars like Girls’ Generation, 2NE1, Big Bang and 2PM are popular around the world. Behind this new wave of Hallyu is YouTube.
I’m pretty sure my heart screamed when I found out about this!
Papa YG really knows how to adapt to world trends! So far there are only a few videos uploaded. None of the girls yet but this still made my day! 8D We will update you BJs on any uploads bout our girls, kay?
Okay that’s enough spazzing from me ~
Check it out yourself!