SHINee leader Onew showed off his abs in Hello Baby
SHINee leader Onew showed off his abs in Hello Baby
Flower boy band SHINee’s leader Onew showed off his abs on KBS’s Hello Baby Season 2.
After SNSD, SHINee was chosen to host the show Hello Baby. On the show, 5 SHINee’s members have to learn how to be a good dad.
On the lastest episode of the show, SHINee was divided into two teams, one went to hospital to get immunization for Yoogeuni (their son) and one to wash the duvets. While the member Jonghyun was washing, he joked: “Hyung, your abs are washboards, take your top off so I can wash with your abs.”
At this, Onew has shown his unique sense by pulling his stomach out on purpose, which cause a big laugh among the set.
On the show, Onew and Jonghyun’s team had to do the laundry. It was said that this was the first time they saw such poor regulation of detergent in washing a blanket. Onew and Jonghyun who were aware of this truth ended up apologizing for themselves.
The show aired today, February 23rd
Many young K-pop idols including Girls' Generation member Yoona fulfilled their citizen duties and performed their first act of voting in Korea's fifth regional elections yesterday.
According to a press release by agency SM Entertainment on Wednesday, many of its artists -- namely Yoona, Sunny (of Girls' Generation), Onew, Jonghyun (SHINee), Heechul, Kyuhyun (Super Junior) and U-Know Yunho (TVXQ) -- cast their first votes in the country's election for government officials, held throughout the country on June 2.
"This is my first time voting so I was excited and happy," said singer Yoona at the voting station in Seoul's Daerim district. "I felt proud that I have grown up enough to exercise my precious right to vote."
Yoona's bandmate Sunny also showed up at a station in Jongro district to place her vote, saying afterwards that she feels "like a real grown-up."
Boy band SHINee's Onew and Jonghyun also expressed their "gladness" at being old enough to vote. Korea's minimum voting age is 19.
Korean boy band SHINee will be returning to the music stage next Friday, according to their agency SM Entertainment on Thursday.
SM announced in a press release that after their second full-length album goes on sale on July 19, the boys will give their comeback performance on KBS' televised music show "Music Bank" four days later.
The group was originally set to take the stage this Friday but postponed their comeback performance due to SHINee member Minho recovering from a ruptured calf muscle on his right leg which he injured during a shoot for an entertainment show.
It is not certain whether he will fully recover by July 23 but he will participate in the choreography depending on his progress, SM added.
Meanwhile, SM also said a medley highlighting the nine tracks from the second studio album will be released on the group's official website (http://shinee.smtown.com) later today.
The agency has been unveiling a series of teaser photos of the members in accordance with the band's fashion concept for the new album since last Thursday to promote the upcoming record.
SHINee, composed of other members Onew, Jonghyun, Key and Taemin, made their debut in 2008 with their first mini-album "Replay." They have several music hits under their belt including "Older Girl, You're So Pretty," "Juliette" and "Ring Ding Dong."
Korean idols SHINee will be releasing their music video for their title track tomorrow, according to their agency SM Entertainment on Monday.
SM announced in a press release that the group recently finished shooting the full-length music video for the title track "LUCIFER" and it will be revealed on SHINee's official website and other various web pages on July 20.
"LUCIFER" sings about a man complaining to his lover that she is two-faced like Lucifer, switching between angel and demon, being both appeasing but also repeatedly makes threats.
Just last week, SM revealed the teaser video for the title track as well a medley highlighting the songs from the record.
The latest album, containing 13 songs, will also feature tracks which SHINee members Onew and Jonghyun took part in writing.
SHINee, composed of other members Minho, Key and Taemin, splashed into the music scene in 2008 with their first mini-album "Replay." They have several hit singles under their belt including "Older Girl, You're So Pretty," "Juliette" and "Ring Ding Dong."
"LUCIFER," the boys' second full-length album, will simultaneously go on sale online and offline today, while the group will give their comeback performance on KBS' televised music show "Music Bank" on July 23.
Korean idols SHINee uploaded backstage photographs of themselves on a fan website on Wednesday.
The group unveiled four photographs from the webpage (http://cafe.naver.com/dea03035) which show the members in their waiting rooms backstage of three different televised music programs in recording.
In the photo, each member is posing cutely while making a V-sign with their hands, while the other images show the group in the band's new fashion concept for their second full-length album “LUCIFER.”
SHINee, composed of Minho, Onew, Jonghyun, Key and Taemin, made their debut in 2008 with their first-mini album "Replay." They have several music hits under their belt including "Older Girl, You're So Pretty," "Juliette" and "Ring Ding Dong."
The five-member boy band recently returned to the music scene, releasing their second studio album titled "LUCIFER" on July 19 and gave their comeback performance four days later on KBS' Friday music program "Music Bank."
The title track "LUCIFER" has fared well on online and offline music charts.
Just two years ago, boy band SHINee bounced onto the country’s ever-blossoming teen idol scene, wooing their way into the hearts of nuna (a friendly Korean saying for older women) fans nationwide with sing-along melodies, easy-to-follow dance moves and bashful, dimply smiles.
Their debut single, “You’re So Beautiful, Nuna,” wisely targeting their key demographic at the time, soared to the top of the K-pop charts, allowing the five-member boy band to continue their success with other singles including “Ring Ding Dong” and “Love Like Oxygen” on their first album.
On their second album “Lucifer,” however, released earlier this month, it was apparent that SHINee was no longer content with being mere eye candy or being perceived as just another glossy “product” manufactured by their agency, SM Entertainment.
“The public’s perception of idols is that we are ‘made-up.’ In this regard, our company gave us a lot of room [to give more input] during the making of this second album,” said Jonghyun, one of the members of SHINee, during an interview with the JoongAng Daily on Tuesday in a building in Apgujeong-dong operated by SM Entertainment.
This time around, Jonghyun wrote the lyrics for two songs, including “Up&Down” and “Obsession.” Onew, the band leader, penned the lyrics for “Your Name” on the album as well. Jonghyun says that although he has taken numerous hours of lessons to become a lyricist, he is still sometimes critical of his lyrics.
“I wrote the lyrics to ‘Juliet’ [on the band’s 2009 EP ‘Romeo’] very late one night. When I read the lyrics in the morning, I felt a bit embarrassed,” he laughed shyly. “However, in the end, the lyrics went well with the upbeat, fun, dance tempo of the song.”
Korean idols SHINee cruised to the top spot on KBS' televised music show "Music Bank" over the weekend, scoring their first win on the program with their new single "LUCIFER."
On the Friday show, the boy band, who returned to the local music scene the previous week, beat out former week's winning single "Bad Girl, Good Girl" by girl group miss A.
"We would like to thank everyone at the agency who always works hard and supports us. And we would like to dedicate our win to the fans," the group said in their acceptance speech.
Five-member band SHINee, who was discovered and trained by SM Entertainment in 2008, have been promoting their second full-length album "LUCIFER" since its release in Korea on July 19.
Meanwhile, on SBS' music program, miss A grabbed their first Mutizen award with their hit song "Bad Girl, Good Girl" against Taeyang's "I Need a Girl."
miss A stormed into the K-pop music industry with their single album "Bad But Good" on July 1, have collected several wins on other music programs as well as topping numerous online and offline music charts with "Bad Girl, Good Girl."